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Downtown Dallas

Travelers love Downtown Dallas for its popular shops, and you can see more of Dallas by jumping on the metro at Akard Station or St Paul Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Dallas World Aquarium and Sixth Floor Museum.

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Las Colinas

Consider a visit to Toyota Music Factory and take some time to enjoy the abundant dining options during your time in Las Colinas. If you want to see more of the city, jump on the metro at Irving Convention Center Station or Las Colinas Urban Center Station.

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Uptown

Take time in Uptown to visit attractions like American Airlines Center and Perot Museum of Nature and Science. You might also appreciate the abundant dining options, and you can hop on the metro at Victory Station to see more of the city.

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Park Central

Travelers choose Park Central for its abundant dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Forest Lane Station or LBJ - Central Station and check out top sights like NorthPark Center.

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South Arlington

If you're spending some time in South Arlington, Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark and The Parks Mall at Arlington are top sights worth seeing.

Victory Park

Visitors often come to Victory Park for its abundant dining options, but many stay to explore sights like American Airlines Center and Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Getting around the area on the metro is easy if you catch a ride at Victory Station.

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