Car Hire Dallas
Car Hire Dallas, TexasRelax and enjoy your USA car hire with Avis, and benefit from the peace of mind that comes with:
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Travel around Dallas and the surrounding Texas area in a luxury Avis car hireDallas is composed of 13 main cities, so it is well-worth organising car hire if you want to explore them all. The city of Dallas itself is huge, being the third biggest city in Texas and the tenth largest in the US. It is ideal for those looking to indulge, as it offers a vibrant nightlife and the most shopping centres per capita of any other city in the country. If you prefer to dine out, then Addison, known as the Restaurant Capital of Texas, has the most eating venues compared to any other city in the state. It is also popular for its festivals, including the culturally acclaimed Worldfest, its very own Oktoberfest, and, unsurprisingly, the food-based Taste of Addison.
If you drive from one area to another using your Avis car rental you will pass through a number of interesting mid-cities, some of which are worth exploring. Grand Prairie is great for outdoor pursuits. It is home to Cedar Hill State Park, which is popular for hiking, biking and fishing, and Joe Pool Lake, where many people come to fish.
Things to do Dallas-Fort Worth Area
A car hire in Dallas is the best way to explore the surrounding region. Only about three hour’s drive away is Oklahoma City. The capital of the state of Oklahoma, it is an important industrial hub with plenty of cultural interest.
Also about three hours away by car is Austin. The capital of Texas, it has a very diverse population and has a liberal and eclectic view on life. The city is host to a number of big annual events including Eeyore’s Birthday Party, a non-profit, hippy celebration, and the Austin City Limits Music Festival, which is held over three days. In fact, the city is renowned for its music scene, even giving itself the slogan “The Live Music Capital of the World.”
If you prefer a little more nature then there are a couple of national parks only a short drive away. To the northeast are the Caddo-LBJ National Grasslands, which are popular for horseback riding, hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing. Southeast towards Houston you will find Sam Houston National Forest, which is also popular for a range of outdoor recreational sports. It contains a number of interesting trails - a great way to admire all the different species of local fauna and flora.