Area Code 214 - Information about Texas

Allen is the state capital of Texas and is located in the state's center. A well known name among other city names in Texas, Allen is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the country.


The city was founded in the 1770s and it started to gain recognition after the Civil War. It grew rapidly after that time and became a good place to live. The city was originally called Elm City.

At present, the city's center offers some of the best shopping malls and amusement parks that are not far from the city center. It also has many residential houses that offer great living arrangements.

To get around the city of Arlington, you can take public transportation, go by road or walk. The city of Arlington offers different types of hotels that suit every taste. It is also noted for having some of the best golf courses that are perfect for a day out. The city is also popular for its restaurants and pubs.

The only thing that you need to keep in mind before booking a hotel is to make sure that you will get all the facilities you require and to keep away from any scam by using the services of online review sites like TripAdvisor. Reviews are available on websites such as these for those people who want to make comparisons before they book their trip.

Arlington is also home to the magnificent old Federal Building, which is considered to be the crown jewel of the city. It was built in 1885 and it still stands today. On the other hand, the Dallas Stars is the major professional sports team that plays in Arlington.

The city of Carrollton is another place that offers some of the best hotels in the state. If you wish to experience a western style, you can visit the original west Texas town ofCarrollton.

The town is rich in history and has a number of wonderful places to see. The town also boasts of the largest free museum of the state and one of the oldest parks in the country. You can also check out the famous Stonehenge and the ancient town that is known to be one of the most historic places in Texas.