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Upon arriving at the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, whether you’re here to attend meetings, or explore the area; get ready to assimilate yourself with the vast area that encompasses these two populous cities. Both are close to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, so you can pick up your rental car and drive south on I-35 to get to either city. If you choose to go to Dallas first, make Dealey Plaza one of your initial stops.
You can park your rental car nearby and visit the historical sites that honor President Kennedy. If you head to Fort Worth after leaving the airport, you could stop at the Kimbell Art Museum and view some of the most important works of art in Texas.
To get between Dallas and Fort Worth, drive your rental car along Interstate 20 or 30. Make sure to explore the neighborhood of East Dallas, which has a trendy arts district and a collection of homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The flight from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) usually takes two and a half hours. In Fort Worth, you can explore Western culture and artwork at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. If you prefer sports over art, visit the Xcel Energy Center.