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As its name suggests, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is positioned almost perfectly between both Dallas, and Fort Worth, with the airport serving all of North Texas. A variety of restaurants and shops are located a short distance south of the airport, try Bennigans Grill and Tavern. Travelers will find the Grapevine Lake and Recreational Area rest directly to the north of Dallas and Fort Worth.
From the airport, the Grapevine Mills is easily accessible from the International Parkway, as it becomes Highway 121. The Grapevine Mills is home to the Legoland Discovery Center, AMC 30 Dine-in Theaters, as well as the Sea Life Aquarium. Various lakes surround the metro area in all directions for those who want to spend a relaxing day fishing, or are looking for a tranquil place to set up a picnic.
The flight from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to DFW is approximately 3 hours long. Once there you can pick up a rental car, or hop on International Parkway, which runs through the middle of Dallas-Fort Worth as a toll road. Paying the minimal fare can greatly decrease the time spent traveling within the metro area. You'll have direct access to the Grapevine area attractions to the north, and Six Flags Over Texas further to the south.