Denver Offers Lots for Visitors to Be Thrilled, But Knowing How to Explore Helps
Denver is a modern city featuring to the west rocky mountain views and Great Plains to the east. Getting in and around Denver is easy, even right from the International Airport. The airport train offers an effortless, short trip to Denver Union Station downtown. At the Union Station, there is 1914 Beaux-Arts 1914 train station featuring a boutique hotel, shops, restaurants and swanky bars.
During winters, snowboarders and skiers can take the ski train- Winter Park Express to reach the mountains from the station. This is run seasonally only. However, from Union Station, going downtown on bike, foot or using the Street Mall Shuttle is possible. Make optimum use of the bike sharing system of Denver throughout the city and explore the cultural attractions such as Clyfford Still Museum, Denver Art Museum and History Colorado Center.
Denver has restaurants chef-owned and so visitors may stroll among the Larimer Square boutique shops and Victorian buildings and consider a culinary talent. You can indulge in locally sourced products offerings. At the forefront, Denver is exceptionally good for food. There are revolution food halls such as Avanti F & B featuring dining concepts offering casual rotation where there are two craft bars sharing space and you can enjoy spectacular downtown views from the patio. Do not miss the Central Market offering providers right from wood-fired pizza to gourmet chocolates and fresh-baked breads.
Explore Denver neighborhoods that include art galleries, restaurants, craft breweries and eye-popping street art in each corner. There is a premier shopping, Cherry Creek that takes hardly 5 minutes from downtown. This shopping place has upscale brands and is close to the Botanic Gardens. The trendy Highlands is close to downtown featuring hip restaurants, Victorian-era homes, art galleries, lush gardens and ice cream shop. The uptown also has a stretch of bistros, cafes and pubs. The Denver Museum and Zoo is in the City Park. There is old and new fusion in Five Points featuring breweries, coffeehouses, barbecue institutions and museums.
A shuttle or a bus route from a lodging company providing transportation from and to the airport minimizes your expenses. The shuttles mostly offer free WiFI to check it with family, friends or office. If your group is 4 or more numbers, book a private SUV. It will save time. Families ask for discounts on standard shuttles for kids. Remember to check with parking options beforehand in Breckenridge.
Do ask for the check-in and out lodging times. Remember, to rent a car, familiarize with laws for traveling. There is free ride bus system taking to popular neighborhoods and through the town.
Denver offers parking options such as off and on-street parking. Remember not to lock bikes to benches or trees. Motorcycle can fit at any parking on-street spot up to 4 cycles. The off-street parking refers to parking garages and lots available on paying. There are garages to park if your plan means spending more than 2 hours in downtown. Denver has off-street parking with parking meters. On city holidays and Sundays the parking in downtown on-street is free and so if you are spending more than 2 hours, in Denver downtown, consider parking in off-street location.