Denver International Airport (DEN) to Denver Downtown
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Denver Downtown to Denver Int'l Airport Transportation
The city and county of Denver is the largest city and capital of the state of Colorado, as well as the second largest (after El Paso) population of the county in Colorado. The population is 649,495 (2013) and defines Denver as the 22nd city in the United States by population, in the Denver Metropolitan area - 2,697,476 (21st by population). Denver is the largest city within a 800 km radius, as well as the 3rd largest population in the Highlands after Phoenix and El Paso.
Denver is the capital of the state of Colorado. Peculiar and surprisingly is multicultural city. Here you can meet the average American, European, Russian and others all around the world. It is about 30 minutes from the Denver International Airport (DEN), if you use our private car service on Denver-Transfers.com
Downtown Denver is a central area of the city, where the 16th Street pedestrian street is located. It connects about 7 blocks of the district. You can walk or by using a free bus, the road for which is located in the middle of the street. There are many shops, souvenir shops, restaurants, bars, and hotels. On 16th Street, you can meet various musicians and magicians. In addition, on the street there are racks with Wi-Fi. Since marijuana is legalized for residents of the United States in Colorado. To some it may seem like a fun adventure, but do not forget that it is forbidden to use marijuana in public places.
Denver is famous for the status of "the city at mile high", and it is the truth so — it is the only settlement of such scale in the USA located strictly at the height of 5,280 feet (1609 m), above sea level. Well and, perhaps, it is necessary to remember one more "counter" of the Colorado capital without which the image of the city would be incomplete is its special, original kitchen. The glittering skyscrapers of the city center and the historic areas of LoDo are filled with breweries. Here is the best "culinary scene" between Chicago and California. The bargain is a 12-meter sculpture of a blue bear and 18-meter dancers. At the arenas of the Mile High Stadiums, Pepsi Center and Coors Field stadiums are “home runs”, “give five” gestures and crowds of rabid sports fans almost every night show.
Certainly, "lion's share" of tourists aspires to the former miner's town founded at the time of the Colorado gold-rush in 1858 not so much with the purpose to study sights, very worthy, by the way, how much for the sake of fantastic ski resorts around. Snow Mass, Aspen, Breckenridge, Vail and more about ten names sounding for an ear of each mountain skier better any music on light.