The center of Fort Worth is 32 miles from the center of Dallas and the two cities merge into each other creating a large metropolis, with numbers of smaller towns and ranches surrounding the two cities. The DFW International Airport is almost halfway between the two cities too, with Arlington in the center between Dallas and Fort Worth.
DFW is one of the busiest airports in the USA with both International flights and flights to most of the bigger cities all over the USA. You can rent cars, catch Taxis, a Shuttle bus service to Dallas or Fort Worth. There is also the Trinity Railway Express bus service (The "T") which will take you to downtown Fort Worth. At DFW Airport there is also a large Art Gallery at 3200 E. Airfield Drive, featuring local, national and international artists.
American Airlines C.R Smith Museum – 4601 H'wy 360 Tel: 817 967 1560 is near the airport and has aircraft including a DC-3 aircraft on display and lots of other historical information and dsiplays.
Both Dallas and Fort Worth have lots to see and do, and almost an equal number of great hotels and places to stay.
Fort Worth has some great places to see, and this is where you can get a real feel for Texan heritage, cowboy history and culture. There are three MUST SEE districts to see in Fort Worth –the Downtown, the Stockyards District and the Cultural District.
Is where all the high rise buildings are located including the Convention Center, a number of hotels and the Visitor Center –
A free bus circulates some of the downtown areas – with the quaint name of "Molly the Trolley". It also goes to the Cultural District too. Fort Worth takes pride in the fact that it is a very walkable city.