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Travelers departing San Diego will fly out of San Diego International Airport. The airport is located about three miles from the downtown area. Numerous airlines offer flights from this airport, including United, Southwest, Delta, JetBlue, and US Airways. Long-term parking is available at the airport if you prefer to drive and park your car for the duration of your trip to Dallas. Taxi services and a city bus system are also available if you prefer to avoid driving to the airport. After arriving at the airport, you can sit back and relax at one of the many coffee shops or eateries.
Visitors to Dallas will arrive at either Love Field or Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. DFW is situated between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, while Love Field is situated just northwest of downtown Dallas. You can take a shuttle bus or a taxi from either airport to your hotel. If you prefer to explore on your own, you can also rent a car at both airports. When packing for your upcoming trip to Dallas, keep in mind that summer temperatures are typically hot and can exceed 100°F. Winters are milder with temperatures ranging between 55°F to 70°F during the day. As the city is situated in the north central part of the state, there is the potential for a snow once or twice per year. You will find there to be a wealth of activities to enjoy in Dallas, including art galleries, museums, and professional sports. Among the most popular attractions in Dallas is The Sixth Floor Museum, the location from which Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shots that killed President John F. Kennedy. Dallas is also a shopper’s paradise and has a number of exclusive shops as well as shopping malls, including the Galleria.
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Dallas can get downright steamy in the summer, and May is the state’s rainiest month, so travelers are advised to visit the city in the spring and fall, when the climate is more moderate yet still warm. Average temperatures in July and August hover around 96 degrees Fahrenheit, while April and October are more comfortable in the high 70s.
Although Dallas is not Texas’s largest city, it’s pivotal for business, both on the state and national levels. Flights year-round are often filled with business travelers, and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest in the country. For those reasons, fares to and from Dallas rarely vary, although you might see a bump in travel prices in the summer months and around the winter holidays.
Dallas can get frigid for Texas standards in December and January, when temperatures lower to the mid to high 50s. However, it rarely snows in Dallas—the city averages a mere 2.5 inches each year.
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