There are two ways to get to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW Airport). Coming from the west, you can reach Dallas via I-30, which leads directly into downtown, and from the south via 45. The 35 connects the city with Austin and San Antonio and the 45 is a major highway for travel between Houston and Dallas.
Dallas is good for road traffic and has perhaps the most restaurants per capita in the USA. Dallas is also one of the best cities in Texas for public transport, with good public transport service.
Two of the most beautiful are NorthPark Center and Galleria, and popular shopping centers include Dallas - Fort Worth International Airport, Texas Museum of Natural History and Dallas Convention Center. Dallas has a large number of hotels, restaurants, bars and a variety of entertainment options.
Highlands offers good test golf, but can be most frequented, especially at weekends, and offers the best golf tests. In the city center there is a large concentration of hotels, while the city center offers more quality accommodation. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, the Texas Museum of Natural History and the Dallas Convention Center are all relatively close to Dallas destinations, offering plenty of accommodations for tourists and many restaurants. They tend to have less attractions, but they have a long history of being at the top of the list of the most popular tourist destinations in the Dallas area.
At the two-year level, the Dallas County Community College District has seven campuses in the area as well as campuses in surrounding suburbs. In addition to the above schools, facilities in and around Dallas include the University of Texas at Dallas, Texas A & M University in Dallas and Texas Baptist University. Fort Worth also has a large number of private colleges and universities, such as Texas State University and Texas Tech University, and there are also some nearby suburbs and neighboring cities.
Other municipal facilities include the Dallas Zoo and Dallas Arboretum, both of which are contracted by nonprofit organizations.
The area stretches from Dallas North Tollway to Addison and Plano, and I-35E runs from Denton to Dallas and Hillsboro. There are two Amtrak 34 routes serving Dallas - Fort Worth; the two junctions are the North Texas Line and the South Texas Lines. The area is located on the west side of Interstate 35E, north of Interstate 30 and south of US 35. In the western neighborhoods, the area between the Texas State Fairgrounds and Dallas International Airport is commonly known as Oak Lawn. This area is home to the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) and Texas Tech University.
The northern suburbs of Dallas have been nicknamed "Silicon Prairie" because of their proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Fans fought for the Texans until owner Lamar Hunt moved them to Kansas City in 1963 and Dallas businessmen turned their attention to securing rail traffic. They have attracted Houston, Texas Central and Texas Pacific, making the area home to the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans and Houston Rockets.
Dallas is also the NHL hockey team of the Dallas Stars, who moved from Minnesota in 1993 and won the Stanley Cup in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. Dallas is home to the University of Texas at Dallas and Texas A & M University - Dallas and Texas Tech University.
As for the major metro areas, the Fort Worth Star - Telegram is the only major daily newspaper to report on the Metroplex Dallas - Fortworth as a whole, and the second largest metro area in the United States. Dallas has a population of more than 1.5 million people, which serves as an indicator that it is an important economic and cultural center for the state of Texas and the nation.
Dallas is a much larger urbanized area known as Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex, home to a quarter of all Texans. Dallas (20%) is the largest metropolitan area in Texas and the second largest in the United States, behind New York City (35%), and is also known as the "Metroplex" (also DFW).
The largest Muslim community is in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, with a population of more than 1.5 million people.
Dallas and its surrounding suburbs also have the largest Jewish community in the United States, most of which lives in North Dallas. The Dallas-Dallas suburbs are home to more than 1.5 million Jews, out of a population of about 2.4 million. Jewish communities, such as the Jewish Community Center of Dallas, are strongly represented in Dallas and the Dallas / Fort Worth area.
The Dallas Chapter is the largest in Texas with over 13,000 members, and the national imperial wizard is a Dallas dentist named Hiram Wesley Evans. West Dallas and Arlington are home to the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the American Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Dallas was selected as one of four finalists in the Department of Health's selection process.