More than a dream
Cheap flights to Dallas-Fort Worth
Big skyscrapers, big hats, big cars and big ideas! Pack your cowboy boots and Stetson hat, go for Sue Ellen’s legendary hairdo and fly with WOW air to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. With over 13,000 places to eat and 7 million people to meet, it’s safe to say that you really can’t get bored in this massive Texan metroplex. Think big and book your cheap flight to Dallas, where dreams come true.
This charming town
There’s a reason Dallas is nicknamed the Big D and first-time visitors are often stunned by the sheer size and abundance in this southern metropolis. But there’s no need to get overwhelmed ‘cause here’s how you take Dallas by the horns.
First on everybody’s list should be a visit to the Reunion Tower to check out the brand-new GeO-Deck for unparalleled views of the city. Once you’ve oriented yourself in this skyscraper forest, the divine Arboretum & Botanical Gardens will be a nice contrast with its natural beauty and tranquility.
Big D isn’t without its small-town southern charm. Be sure to wander around the quaint and colorful Bishop Arts District or its quirkier compadre Deep Ellum and remember to stop regularly for some spare ribs, corn dogs, and snow cones.
A visit to the top-rated Dallas World Aquarium or the Fort Worth Zoo is a sure hit for the whole family and if you’re into American sports, a visit to the enormous AT&T Stadium is a must.
Fun fact: The entire Statue of Liberty could fit into the AT&T Stadium.
You can leave your hat on!
There are plenty of options in Dallas-Fort Worth for the knowledge-thirsty (and the regular thirsty) tourist.
One of Dallas‘ most popular attractions is the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum with its special presidential exhibitions. Another must for history buffs is The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, which focuses on the life, death, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, in the former Texas School Book Depository, from where those fateful shots were fired.
If you overload on presidential info and need to reboot we recommend the Brick & Bones, where you can get finger-lickin’ good fried chicken and cocktails to go with it because, you know, that‘s how they roll in Dallas! If you’re in for an all-nighter, check out The Church for a unique nightclub experience.
For all true J.R. Ewing fans, a guided tour around the Southfork Ranch, 45 minutes northeast of the city, where TV-magic soap opera Dallas happened, is a no-brainer. And if you‘re in Fort Worth for the day, head over to the famous Stockyards, which pays tribute to Fort Worth's Wild West heyday, and check out Billy Bob‘s Texas for an authentic Honky Tonk atmosphere.