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Whether you're in town for a Cowboys game, a business meeting, or you're looking to discover the charm of nearby communities; the Dallas-Fort Worth area has much to offer.
Start your trip by picking up your rental car at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Then, head east to Addison, a Dallas neighborhood known for its restaurants like Fogo de Chao, if you want a bite to eat, or west to visit the Fort Worth Zoo and other popular Fort Worth destinations.
Since the airport is halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth along TX-Hwy 183, you'll have no trouble finding somewhere to go in your rental car. Restaurants, vintage shops and wine bars such as Vino 100 await you in East Dallas. Fair Park in South Dallas, home to the Cotton Bowl, is open year-round. Uptown is where you'll find upscale shopping destinations to explore.
Depending on when you go to Fort Worth, you can enjoy an arts festival on Main Street, a parade of illuminated floats, antique cars and marching bands during the holiday season, or a baseball game at LaGrave Field.
The flight from Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) will take about three hours from gate to gate. Take the I-30 E from Dallas for a worthwhile day trip to Southfork Ranch of "Dallas" fame.