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As you visit Dallas, you will feel the sophistication of a modern metropolis combined with the traditions of the Lone Star State. At the observation deck of the Reunion Tower, you can enjoy 360 degree views of this bustling city. Home to five major league franchises, Dallas is a true sports mecca. You can get rowdy by cheering on the city's teams at AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Park, American Airlines Center and Toyota Stadium. When you're ready to escape the hustle of downtown, you can find some tranquility at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.
After landing at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), you can use the SkyLink system to navigate the terminals. At the CentrePort/DFW Airport Station, commuter trains operated by Trinity Railway Express can take you directly to Downtown Dallas. If you prefer to explore the city by car, use Interstate 20 and Interstate 635, which both run through the grounds of DFW. These highways also act as beltways that provide convenient access to nearby communities such as Fort Worth, Irving and Garland.
Summertime in Dallas can bring some scorching conditions with temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Fortunately, you can find some shade at urban green spaces such as Pioneer Park, City Hall Plaza and Thanksgiving Square Park.
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