Trip to Dallas
Top 5 things to do on a Dallas trip
- Talk a walk through the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
- See 360° views of downtown from the top of Reunion Tower
- Explore the Dallas Museum of Art
- Visit the Dallas World Aquarium
- Shop in Highland Park Village
If your only experience with Dallas is from the TV show, you have plenty to learn.
A Dallas trip provides a historic backdrop of a modern city with plenty to see and do within walking distance.
One of the most beautiful cities in Texas, Dallas is littered with historical sights and tours.
If you’ve never been to Dallas, you owe yourself a proper adventure of exploring the history and culture it provides.
Numerous tours can help you navigate downtown and there are plenty of attractions from Reunion Tower to the Dallas Zoo.
Throughout Dallas you’ll be able to marvel at historic architecture, see the arts in the Dallas Arts District, have the very tough decision of choosing where to eat, visit museums, and much more.
We’ll try to help simplify your Dallas trip by providing some our favorite hotels, shops, and restaurants listed below!
Transportation options in Dallas
Our bus to Dallas takes you to DART East Transfer Center, 330 North Olive Street in downtown Dallas or 710 Davis Street in Grand Prairie.
Learn more about our most popular routes to Dallas.
Upon your arrival, getting around on your Dallas trip will be a breeze.
Take advantage of Dallas’s public transportation via Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
You could even ride uptown to downtown Dallas on the free McKinney Ave Trolley.
Taxis and Ubers are readily available as well.
In addition, if you happen to be leaving from Dallas, there is parking available near our bus stop.
Best places to stay in Dallas
After your long exhaustive day of sight-seeing, you’re going to need a place to crash. Dallas is widely known for its amenities and extensive hotel accommodations.
There are plenty of hotels to choose from, making a Dallas trip accessible for any traveler.
The most lavish hotels in Dallas would be the Ritz-Carlton Dallas or the Omni Dallas Hotel, putting you in a central location to many of the city’s sights.
Alternatively, many hotels such as the Hawthorn Suites, Best Western, or Airbnb’s are available at a lower cost and offer plenty of travel options for your trip to Dallas.
Nightlife in Dallas
By day, Dallas is full of southwestern hospitality and old west flair, but by night Dallas comes alive.
Whether you’re seeking bars, dives, or clubs, there are countless nightlife options on your trip to Dallas.
If you’re looking for cocktails and an exotic atmosphere, look no further than the Grapevine Bar in Dallas. Offering plenty of craft cocktails and boasting an all-day happy hour, it’s a local favorite.
Make sure to check out the Double Wide Bar if you’re looking for a lively neighborhood bar with beer, cocktails, and DJs. Many locals flock here for their live music, drinks, and space to dance.
For live music fans, The Balcony Club is an outstanding venue to round out your Dallas trip.
Where to shop on your Dallas trip
Whether you’re looking to find the best tacos in town or seeking retail therapy, Dallas will be sure to meet your needs.
There will be no shortage of shopping options while you’re in the limits of the city, as Dallas boasts more malls per capita than anywhere else in the US.
In Highland Park Village, you’ll find all of the big name brand retailers and luxury shops.
Galleria Dallas provides three levels of shopping retailers and dining for all budgets.
However, you can’t bring up shopping in Dallas without mentioning the Bishop Arts District.
In the Bishops Art District, you’ll find some of Dallas’s tastiest restaurants as well as provides a broad range of independent boutiques and chic shopping.
Best free things to do in Dallas
- White Rock Lake Park
- Pioneer Plaza
- John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
- McKinney Avenue Trolley
- Klyde Warren Park
Even the most frugal of travelers will find something to love on their Dallas trip.
Many of the outdoor attractions and sculptural displays cost you nothing. There are plenty of free walking tours available allowing you to access this all of the beauty and history of Dallas.
You can even soak in the culture on your trip to Dallas by riding the free McKinney Avenue Trolley uptown, where it will often be buzzing with activity.
Benefits of taking a bus trip to Dallas
- free Wi-Fi and personal power outlets
- free onboard entertainment with Megabus RIDE
- reserved seating
- fares starting at just $1*
When booking a Dallas trip, you’re looking for the lowest costs, trip flexibility, and the best means to arrive comfortably and safely.
Look no further, because megabus offers the easiest and most affordable options for traveling to Dallas, with fares as low as $1*.
With the money you save on bus tickets to Dallas, you’ll be left with more to spend on your upcoming Dallas trip.
Megabus serves more than 100 cities and university campuses across North America, allowing you to choose the bus stop nearest to you and select your flexible schedule for your Dallas trip.
This will ensure that when you arrive, you can immediately begin exploring the beauty of Dallas.
On your Dallas trip, you’ll be offered the highest level of comfort and safety as well as amenities such as onboard restrooms, individual power outlets, three-point seatbelts, reclining seats, free Wi-Fi and onboard entertainment subject to availability.
So if you’re planning on taking a Dallas trip, book your ticket with us today to reserve your seat and see our first-class amenities firsthand.