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  1. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

    Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport () is one of the busiest airports in the United States. Equally positioned between Dallas and Fort Worth, DFW is a great airport to fly into.



  2. Bedford (Texas)
  3. Grapevine (Texas)

    Grapevine is in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in the state of Texas. It is known as the Christmas Capital of Texas.


    People near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport


  4. Arlington (Texas)

    Arlington is in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. With a city population estimated over 359,000 it is Texas' 7th largest.

  5. Southlake

    Southlake is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex region of Texas. It was recently chosen as the best place to live within the Dallas/Fort Worth area.



  6. Irving

    Irving is a city in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. Part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Irving has experienced exponential growth over the past fifty years, and is home to a multitude of attractions of all types, from modern art to major sporting events.

  7. Coppell

    Coppell is a commuter town that is suburb of Dallas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex region of Texas.

  8. Lewisville

    Lewisville is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in Denton County in the state of Texas.

  9. Duncanville

    Duncanville is a city in southern Dallas County, Texas, in the United States. Duncanville's population was 38,524 at the 2010 census.



  10. Fort Worth

    Fort Worth is in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. With a population of approximately 661,000 it is Texas' 5th largest city.

  11. Mansfield (Texas)

    Mansfield (Texas) is a fast growing city south of Arlington, between Dallas and Fort Worth.

  12. Dallas/Downtown

    Downtown Dallas is the Central Business District of the city of Dallas. Traditionally defined as the area within the belt of freeways surrounding the centre, it is now deemed to have expanded to an area known as Uptown, north of the Woodall Rodgers Freeway thanks to the new walkable Klyde Warren Park, while in the east the Deep Ellum neighbourhood is another part where the centre spills over to.

  13. Addison

    Addison is a suburb of Dallas and is one of the area's most popular places. Addison's main attractions are based around restaurants, and has some of the most restaurants per square mile in the Dallas/Ft.

  14. Dallas/South Dallas

    South Dallas is part of Dallas, extending south of the I30 east of Downtown, and south of the Trinity River west of it.

  15. Dallas

    Dallas, the ninth largest city in the United States and the third largest in the state of Texas, is an impressive melting pot of culture and character. As the undisputed center of oil and cotton industry in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Dallas steadily grew to become a classic American boomtown of the new age, and is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation.



  16. The Colony

    The Colony, City by the Lake, is located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex region of Texas, less than 30 miles from Downtown Dallas. Best known for beautiful views of Lake Lewisville, The Colony extends 23 miles along its eastern shoreline, with hundreds of acres of wildlife and a myriad of recreational opportunities including camping, fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, picnicking and cycling.

  17. Dallas/North Dallas

    North Dallas is a district of Dallas. It encompasses neighbourhoods north of downtown, including the separate municipalities of Highland Park and University Park (together called Park Towns).

  18. Plano

    Plano is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex region of Texas. It is north of Dallas.

  19. Richardson
  20. Denton
  21. Frisco (Texas)

    Frisco is a suburb of Dallas and part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

  22. Garland (Texas)

    Garland is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area in the State of Texas. Mike Judge, the creator of Beavis and Butthead and King of the Hill, used to live in Garland, as well as some other small towns around Texas.

  23. Waxahachie
  24. McKinney
  25. Forney

    Forney is a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex located in North Central Texas, just east of Dallas.

  26. Rockwall
  27. Decatur (Texas)
  28. Bridgeport (Texas)
  29. Gainesville (Texas)

    Gainesville is a city in the state of Texas. It is the county seat of Cooke County.

  30. Granbury

    Granbury is a city in Hood County, near the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas.

  31. Muenster

    Muenster is a city in the Cross Timbers region of Texas. Founded in 1889 by German Catholics, the town today is proud of its German heritage, with most of its residents being descendants of those original settlers.

  32. Sherman (Texas)

    Sherman is a city in the Blackland Prairie region of North Texas.

  33. Thackerville

    Thackerville is a city in Oklahoma, on the border of Oklahoma and Texas.

  34. Corsicana
  35. Greenville (Texas)
  36. Mineral Wells
  37. Lake Texoma
  38. Nocona
  39. Stephenville (Texas)
  40. Waco

    Waco is a city in the Blackland Prairie region of north central Texas, in the United States of America.

  41. Prairies and Lakes

    The Prairies and Lakes Region is located in the north central part of Texas. It is home to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the forth largest metropolitan area in the United States.

  42. Ardmore (Oklahoma)

    Ardmore is in the Chickasaw Country region of Oklahoma. It is a regional center for the area and offers lodging and restaurants, as well as performing arts centers.

  43. Durant
  44. Athens (Texas)

    Athens is a small city in the Blackland Prairie region of Eastern Texas.

  45. Blackland Prairie

    The Blackland Prairie is part of Texas' Prairies and Lakes region.

  46. Fairfield (Texas)
  47. Tishomingo (Oklahoma)
  48. Sulphur Springs
  49. Graham

    Graham is a small town (pop. 8,903 in 2010) in rural north Texas and is the county seat of Young County.