Denver, Colorado — The Mile High City — is where urban sophistication meets outdoor adventure. Denver is an outdoor city known for its world-class cultural attractions, thriving craft breweries, chef-driven dining and red-hot music scene, all within easy reach of the Rocky Mountains.

How to travel?
Getting to Denver is easy, thanks to the efficient Denver International Airport (DEN), one of the largest connecting airports in the world. From there, it’s a short, effortless trip on the airport train to Denver Union Station in the heart of downtown. Arriving at Union Station, visitors are greeted with an opulent and fully restored 1914 Beaux-Arts train station, home to swanky bars, restaurants, shops and a boutique hotel. In wintertime, skiers and snowboarders can take the Winter Park Express ski train from the station to the mountains for a unique ski-in, ski-out experience (runs seasonally). From Union Station, access downtown on foot, by bike, or on the free 16th Street Mall shuttle.

Top Tourists Attractions in Denver:

Denver Mountain Parks:- Explore the dramatic beauty of the Rocky Mountains on this scenic day tour from Denver. Look out for Colorado’s native wildlife at Bear Creek Canyon, where you may encounter elk, buffalo, and deer. Wander through ancient sandstone formations at Red Rocks Park, home to a famous natural amphitheatre. Discover Colorado’s Wild West history and panoramic views at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave atop Lookout Mountain. Extend your tour with an optional upgrade to visit Denver’s urban attractions.

Denver centre for performing Arts:- On the south side of Larimer Square is the Denver Centre for the Performing Arts, a gigantic cultural centre with the Boettcher Concert Hall and the Auditorium Theatre with the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. A night out at the Centre for Performing Arts could mean seeing a Broadway Show, enjoying a play, or a variety of other entertainment. This venue hosts all kinds of major events. It is home to the Denver Centre Theatre Company, the Denver Centre Attractions, and the Denver Centre Theatre Academy.

Washington Park:- Washington Park, one of Denver's finest parks, is known as Wash Park for short. The park covers 165 acres and features one of the most popular running trails in Denver. Two scenic lakes and the city's largest flower garden add to Wash Park's bucolic charm. The running and biking trails of Washington Park draw fitness enthusiasts from across the Mile High City.

Also you have an option to take a sightseeing tour, which is the best way to explore the city. Discover the highlights and history of the Mile-High City on this 3-hour sightseeing tour of Denver. A knowledgeable guide will whisk you around to see top urban attractions, including the State Capital, the United States Mint, the Denver Art Museum, 16th Street Mall, and Larimer Square. Scope out historic Victorian homes on Capitol Hill as you learn how Denver grew from a miner’s camp during the silver boom to Colorado’s modern cultural capital.