Denver Travel Guide


Denver Travel Guide

Traveling to the Mile High City puts you just a short-hop away from national parks, adventure tours, and some of the most popular ski destinations in the world. Of course, you can spend your entire vacation in and around Denver without ever running out of things to do.

Flights to Denver

Denver International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the U.S., and it functions as a gateway for travelers heading to destinations across the West.

Denver International Airport is served by a range of domestic and international airlines, so you can find deals for cheap flights to Denver from cities around the world.

Denver Attractions

    Denver Art Museum

    The architecture of the Denver Art Museum makes its two buildings works of art in their own right. Once inside, you can wander the halls perusing works from almost every era and continent.

    Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Located just west of Denver in Morrison, Red Rocks’ stunning outdoor setting and natural acoustics have made it a favorite performance spot of legendary bands including the Beatles, U2, and the Grateful Dead. Red Rocks has remained a one-of-kind live music venue for over a century.

    Coors Brewery Tour (21 & Up)

    Head to Golden, CO (about 16 miles from Denver) to take part in the Coors Brewery tour. You’ll see how the beer gets processed and distributed. You’ll also get to spend some time in the lounge sampling the product.

    Denver Shopping and Restaurants

    Denver has something to offer everyone regardless of culinary or shopping tastes.

    Larimer Square, the 16th Street Mall, and the Cherry Creek Shopping District offer boutiques, department stores, and more. Larimer Square, with its Victorian architecture and neighborhood feel, has also become the spot for some of Denver’s top restaurants, as has the LoDo Historic District (Lower Downtown).

Denver Tourism

For more information on Denver attractions, visit these sites:

Denver.org

Denver.com

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Published: August 25, 2010