If you are from the Dallas/Fort Worth area and looking for a fun new city to explore, try Columbus, Ohio. Located in the center of the state, this city offers a cultured food scene, museums and sporting arenas. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is located between Dallas and Fort Worth and can be accessed via railway and buses from both cities. The airport also offers parking for those who drive themselves. A flight from DFW to Columbus takes approximately two and a half hours.
Columbus is the home of Ohio State University, which offers many activities for visitors, including sporting events, musical performances and lectures. Along with the Ohio State Building and the Ohio Supreme Court Building, a large number of restaurants and hotels are located in the city s downtown. The Polaris Fashion Place and Eastland Town Center are the shopping hubs of the city. Columbus also offers COSI, a hands-on science center and the Columbus Zoo.
Hints and tips
Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) is located east of the city. When you fly from Dallas/Fort Worth to Columbus, you will arrive at Terminal B. The airport offers rental cars, taxis and shuttle buses as well as the Columbus public bus system, which can take you nearly anywhere in the city. In winter, the average temperatures vary from the low 20s to the low 40s, and in the summer, they vary from the upper 50s to the mid-80s.