Dabble With a Private Tour of Dallas, You Will Be Dazzled and Intrigued
When you dabble with a private tour of Dallas that has left you dazzled and intrigued, you will want to do so many more tours.
To the north of the state of Texas, you will find the very modern metropolis city of Dallas with the Trinity River running through it.
When we think about Dallas, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Cowboys with large Stetsons, oil rigs gushing and nasty JR Ewing comes straight to mind. Dallas, however, is a lot more than just those.
It is a cultural and commercial hub with a great many excellent places to take sightseeing tours to. For instance, there is the Dallas Arts District which is 68 acres of the best museums, art and sculpture galleries.
No visit to Dallas would be complete either if you did not take a guided tour to Reunion Tower. This flickering orb, iconic landmark has graced the city’s skyline since 1978 and the GeO-Deck observation level is second to none.
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Enjoy the Thrills and Spills of the Weekly Mesquite Championship Rodeo by Private Tour
However, if you want to experience a small part of a Cowboys life then you really should take a private tour out to Mesquite. It is here you will find the weekly Mesquite Championship Rodeo where you get to feel the thrill of the rodeo and watch the sometimes horrendous spills. There is nothing like it anywhere else in Dallas.
Shopping is very popular and excellent here and it should be when you think it was Dallas that had the first planned shopping centre in America.
A little trivia on Dallas, it was in this city that the frozen margarita machine was invented!
Travel Tips for Dallas
Dallas is a destination that you can visit all year round, but there are times during the months of June, July and August when the weather can get extremely hot. A really nice time to visit is during September and October when temperatures are more comfortable and it is ideal for going on guided tours or sightseeing tours. March and April is similar too. Winters are long and unpredictable with some snowfall.
The prices in Dallas are very good for tourists. On average during peak season a tourist will spend US$180 on three-star food, accommodation and guided tours a day. This will, of course, go down during the off season months. There are more expensive or cheaper places to eat and stay when you are visiting Dallas and the type of budget you have to spend on places and things will decide where you eat and sleep!
It is always advisable to do your research on the destination you are travelling to and the sightseeing tours that are on offer. If possible, book in advance of travelling any tours you want to go on. When you are in Dallas, always apply sunscreen when going out into the sun, have water with you if it is extremely hot. Never carry more cash than necessary at any one time as there are pickpockets everywhere in the world.
The temperatures start to climb each month steeply from January to July, stay the same July and August before starting decline steeply every month until December. January temperatures are normally around 11 degrees Celsius rising around 40 degrees Celsius in July and August. The 'wettest' months are April, May and June but there is normally a little rain at some stage every month, so always have a light raincoat with you.