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After you’ve snagged your cheap car rental at DFW, it’s time to plan your Texas-sized getaway. As you may have heard, everything is bigger here—and that includes the good times.

Dallas is full of art, eats, history, and sports. Anything you want to get into in these parts is here for the ropin’. But where should you “steer” your ride first?

Here are some spots that can be the Lonestar of your vacay show.

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Rental About Town: One of the best things about making your own schedule for your Dallas tour? Taking a peek at the different neighborhoods in the Big D. Start your journey downtown at the vibrant Arts District, packed with museums and other Instagram-worthy stops like the iconic Pegasus Sign. Oak Cliff is the part of the city where you can find the coolest bars, restaurants, and local shops—especially for antique and vintage seekers. Deep Ellum is for night owls, full of the best nightclubs and live music venues that Dallas has to offer and even more street art, from murals to folksy robot sculptures.

Road Trips the Size of Texas: Scoring a car rental from DFW means you can hit the town, then get out of it for a few hours on a day trip. The first stop on the tour is Lake Texoma, about an hour and a half away, where you’ll find one of the biggest manufactured lakes in the country. With 139 square miles of water, there are plenty of beaches, fishing, hiking, and boat rentals to keep you busy for hours (or days). If you want to stop and smell the flowers, make a stop at Ennis. It’s half an hour southeast of Dallas and the Official Bluebonnet City of Texas, so you’ll find blooming opportunities all around the area. And if you’re looking to dive into some live music and more party opps, Austin is a three-hour drive from Dallas.

You Do Dallas: When you’re in this city, you’ve got to see all the biggest Dallas hits. If you want to get a little wild, cruise by the Dallas Zoo and maybe even VIP it up with a behind-the-scenes tour. Fans of the vino can head to the Grapevine suburb, home to one of the most coveted wine trails in the state. Book a tour, and you can sample from three wineries, plus a three-course lunch or dinner. Sports fans can cheer it up just about any time of year in Dallas by catching a game with the Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars, the Cowboys, or the Dallas Mavericks. Choose your own sports-venture. And if you’re looking to go big (and green), you’ll find plenty of parks to enjoy, from Klyde Warren Park downtown to Annette Strauss Square.

Barbe-Cue the Hunger Pangs: Dallas is a meaty town. Steaks, brisket, and barbecue are always on the to-do list here. If you’re up for a saucy tasting tour, start with the iconic Smokey's John's Bar-B-Que, known for their smoked meats and the best sides in town. The Slow Bone is where to sample an open-faced pork rib sandwich, the city’s messiest delight. Pecan Lodge is one of the most famously saucy spots in town, known for incredible brisket, ribs, and mac and cheese. And Fort Worth’s own Heim Barbecue & Catering is the place for little smoky pork belly delights called bacon burnt ends. Everything is bigger in Texas—including your appetite when you visit.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dallas

How to get last-minute hotel deals in Dallas?

You booked your cheap car rental at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, now it’s time to keep the savings rolling by scoring a cheap hotel in Dallas. The best way to pile up those Texas-sized savings? Book a Hotwire Hot Rate last-minute hotel in Dallas, and you can get the most for your money. Even if you wait until the last minute. In fact, the longer you wait to book, the more you save with Hotwire Hot Rates. You could save up to 60% off versus booking a listed rate two weeks earlier and lock in your Dallas hotel for as low as .

How to get last-minute car rental deals at Dallas Fort Worth airport?

The best way to max out your savings on your last-minute car rental at DFW is to book a Hotwire Hot Rate car deal. You can hop in your rental ride for as low as $38 and keep your bucks for something even more fun. Want to really save some cash on your Hotwire Hot Rate rental? Download the Hotwire app to grab even better deals on your wheels.

What car types can I rent at Dallas Fort Worth airport?

This is your Texas trip, so choose the rental that works for you. Keep it simple with economy, or go big (before you go home) with a luxury ride. But whether you go with cheap and easy or high-end, make sure you book a Hotwire Hot Rate car deal, and you’ll save big bucks.

What are the cheapest car rental companies at DFW airport?

When you book your rental, you’ll find all the best rental companies on Hotwire, from National Car Rental at DFW to Enterprise Car Rental at DFW. But if you want to save the most on your rental, book a Hotwire Hot Rate car deal, and you could save up to 60% off.

How old do you have to be to rent a car in Fort Worth?

To rent a car at the Dallas Fort Worth airport, you have to be at least 21 years old. But if you’re under 25, you may have to pay an additional fee for your ride.

How do I return my rental car at DFW?

When you’re ready to return your Dallas Fort Worth airport car rental, head to the rental return center near the airport’s south entrance. Just follow the signs for the rental car center, then hop on a shuttle for the airport after the drop off.

How much does it cost to rent a car at Dallas airport?

Grabbing a car rental at the Dallas airport doesn’t have to break the bank. When you book your rental on Hotwire, you can score your ride for as low as $38.

Is it safe to travel to Dallas?

With recent COVID-19 closures and reopenings, many people are wondering, “Is it safe to travel to Dallas right now?” When it’s time to book your getaway, be sure to check out the most up-to-date information on all safety measures, any restrictions, and guidance on traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.