Once the fastest-growing city in the United States, Frisco, Texas, remains a thriving, well-to-do bedroom community for workers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. But there's a lot more to this Texas town than workday commutes. It's full of trees, music, professional sports complexes, and lots of sun—about 230 days out of the year. Oh, and if you like to shop? Frisco vacation packages drop you right in the heart of a bargain-hunter's paradise.
Out and About in Frisco
Whether you're itching to bust out your best boot-scooting boogie, sample hard rock, or savor the sweet suffering of the blues, Frisco abounds with live music every night of the week. If hotels in Frisco don't have their own live music happening in the bar, they're probably within easy walking distance of another establishment that does. Once you've busted an appropriate groove, don't forget to check out Frisco's museums, like the Heritage Museum or The Museum of the American Railroad, as well as the Frisco Commons park and the professional sports stadiums. You might even recognize those stadiums from the air during flights to Dallas, which are often the easiest way to reach this artsy, athletic Texas town. There's plenty of shopping too, centered on Preston Road and the major tollways.
Eating and Drinking
You'll find plenty of Latin flavor in Frisco, but that doesn't mean you'll be eating Tex-Mex every night. You'll find Brazilian steakhouses right next to the Mexican cantina and hacienda restaurants, and of course some down-home BBQ restaurants too. There's also plenty of international cuisine mixed in with solid Americana: Frisco hotels along Preston Road or Main Street put you within easy strolling distance of counter-service cafes, Chinese restaurants, pizzerias, European pubs, and American steakhouses.
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