DALLAS/PRNewswire  –  Looking to find, plan and book your next vacation? You will find thousands of vacation options to explore, local destination experts to help them get there, and tens of thousands of dollars in savings at the 7th annual Dallas Travel & Adventure Show.

Taking place April 1st & 2nd at the Dallas Market Hall, travel enthusiasts will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with hundreds of travel experts from around the world who are on hand to help attendees dream, personalize and book their next trip. Also included in the price of admission is access to dozens of inspirational, educational and culturally focused sessions on five stages located right on the show floor, along with hands-on activities fit for the whole family.

“This is Dallas’ favorite travel show and is like a mini-world vacation in and of itself,” said Unicomm CEO, John Golicz. “DFW residents who love to travel come to the event to tour the global sights and sounds and receive educational content during hands-on seminars.”

Dallas Travel & Adventure Show is the opportunity to meet the world’s top travel experts and celebrities at the Travel Theatre including:

  • Europe Through the Back Door with Rick Steves
  • Travel in A Time of Disruption, Peter Greenberg, CBS Travel Editor
  • The World in a Glass, Jack Maxwell, Host of Booze Traveler on Travel Channel

Attending the Dallas Travel & Adventure Show is an adventure in and of itself. Guests can get their picture taken in their favorite destination at the Green Screen, get an underwater “selfie,” ride a live camel, enjoy Destination Theater, Taste of Travel Theater and Global Beats Stage, all under one roof.

The Dallas Travel & Adventure Show takes place April 1st & 2nd at the Dallas Market Hall. The show opens at 9:30 a.m. Saturday for travel professionals; the general public can attend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Attendees can purchase single-day and two-day tickets online now for the discounted rate of $11/$18 with promo code: DLPR or on-site for $15/$22. Children 16 and under are free and on-site tickets can be purchased with cash only. >MORE