ON THE SLOPES, READY, GO!
In the famous Aspen, you will get to know some of the most
famous slopes in the USA in four different ski areas.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
Enjoy the unforgettable sounds of the waterfalls and the
great views of the imposing Rocky Mountains.
LOWER DOWNTOWN IN DENVER
LoDo is the heart of Colorado's capital. Here you can do
something around the clock and discover many highlights.
NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW
A huge event for many types of the infamous rodeo. Young and
old take part and food is also provided.
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Popular leisure activities in the diverse national park
include white water rafting, fishing and off-road vehicle tours.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK
Immerse yourself in the past at Mesa Verde National
Park. Explore the archaeological site with ancient rock dwellings.
THE "GARDEN OF THE GODS"
In the spacious park you can hike, ride a horse or go
mountain biking between mysterious sandstone formations and lots of nature.
This fascinating metropolis awaits with museums worth
seeing, a surprising variety of restaurants and wonderful views.
Welcome to the metropolis of Denver, the capital
of Colorado. The city is exactly one mile above sea level and is therefore
also called the "Mile High City". Even in the middle of the city you can see
the peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
Denver enchants you with a mix of city flair and walking on
great-grandfather's paths. Located on the eastern slope of the Rockies, this
metropolis is the ideal starting point for round trips and is ideal for a
stay before or after a round trip by car or camper or a ski trip.
DIVERSITY OF DENVER
Shopping & Sightseeing
Denver has different neighborhoods, "neighborhoods". The center includes
Lower Downtown (LoDo), Larimer and Riverfront. Here visitors to the city
will find everything their hearts desire: cozy cafes, restaurants, boutiques
and shopping centers.
You can visit the Colorado History Museum, shop in the Cherry Creek Shopping
District, or visit the Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Get to know the modern and extremely dynamic city, which
owes its various facets to a mixture of lively cosmopolitan flair and the
pioneering spirit of the West.
Denver can be proud of themselves: On April 24, 2014, the city was awarded a
gold award as "very pedestrian-friendly city." The efforts in recent years
to expand and redesign the footpaths and cycle paths have paid off. Safety,
freedom of movement, comfort and improved access were the top priorities to
make the metropolis healthier and more livable - Denver did a great job!
The Direct Rail Service enables visitors to enjoy a pleasant journey from
the airport to the heart of Denver. The train ride is 37 minutes long and
costs only $ 9.
ATTRACTIONS IN DENVER
Red Rocks Amphitheater
The Red Rocks Park on the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, not far from
Denver, is home to the Red Rock Amphitheater. Concerts are held here against
the impressive backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. Well-known artists such as
the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton and Sting have already
performed here. A visit to your Denver vacation is definitely worth it.
Colorado State Capitol
Denver is the capital of the state of Colorado. The government sits in the
State Capitol. Guided tours through the building with numerous works of art
are offered free of charge from Monday to Friday.
Denver Art Museum
The building designed by Daniel Liebeskind is one of the most famous in
Denver. The museum itself houses the world's largest collection of Indian
art and over 68,000 other artifacts and works of art.
Larimer Square in Denver
Historic buildings and unique charm characterize the Larimer Square
district. Hip boutiques, cozy restaurants, clubs and cafés can be found
The LoDo Historic District in Denver
If you're vacationing in Denver, don't miss LoDo. The historic district is
full of life. Old factory buildings have been lovingly restored and now
house trendy pubs, sports bars and restaurants.
The 16th Street Mall in Denver
On the 16th Street is the outdoor shopping paradise of Denver. All brand
shops are represented here. A free shuttle bus takes inactive visitors from
stop to stop along 16th Street.