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Denver, Colorado gets over 300 days of sunshine every year, thus gaining the nickname of “The Sunshine State.” With an abundance of natural beauty, Colorado is a must see state. Flying into Denver, you will notice that Denver’s airport is not centrally located and is approximately 45 minutes from downtown Denver. At Denver International Airport we compare car hirefrom Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget Dollar, National Sixt, Thrifty, Ez rent a car and Enterprise in order to get you the best rates.

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Denver International Airport In Terminal, Denver, Colorado US

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Denver International Airport information

Airport Name: Denver International Airport
IATA DEN
ICAO: KDEN
Address: 8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO 80249, United States
City: Denver International
Country: Colorado
Telephone: +1 303-342-2000
Time Zone:
Coordinates: 39°51′42″N 104°40′23″W
Driving Directions to Denver International Airport
Car Parking: LAre parking areas patrolled frequently by 24-hour security guards and the Denver Police Department
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal
Train service:
Bus service:A bus service and from the airport is provided by Regional Transportation District
Car Hire: The car rental desks are located in the arrivals hall
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall
Facilities:

Flights and destinations from Denver International Airport

Air Canada
Alaska Airlines
American Airlines
American Eagle
British Airways
Delta Air Lines
Lufthansa
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
United Express

Day Trips from Denver

Denver City Colorado

Steamboat Springs

For a spectacular road trip, drive the 3.5 hours to Steamboat Springs. Head west out of Denver on Interstate 70 to Highway 40 north, where you’ll drive on amazing mountain roads and pass the famous ski resort, Winter Park. Highway 40 will take you all the way Steamboat Spring, a very laid-back, ski resort mountain town that will entice you to stay forever. Outdoor activities are available year round, from skiing, fishing, tubing or kayaking. This section of Colorado has numerous hot springs to visit as well. In July, the town hosts an annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo! Steamboat Springs is on many people’s list of top places to see in Colorado.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most famous national parks in America, with 60 peaks over 12,000 feet high. Take Interstate 25 north out of Denver to Highway 36 north and pass through Boulder and Estes Park to enter the great Rocky Mountains. During the summer, the Trail Ridge Road is open and is known as one of the best drives in America. If you visit in the winter, rent snowshoes! You will be at very high altitudes, so always make sure to walk leisurely and keep hydrated.

As you head back down Highway 36 towards Denver, stop in Estes Park to shop or take a ghost tour at the Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s book The Shining. Also stop and walk Boulder’s Pearl Street pedestrian mall which is full of charm, one-of-a-kind shops, and entertaining street performers.

Glenwood Springs

A trip to Colorado is incomplete without driving west out of Denver on Interstate 70. The drive itself is a worthwhile destination, but one of the most unique stops on the interstate is Glenwood Springs, located three hours west of Denver. Experience the world’s largest hot springs pool, a 125 year old lodge where Teddy Roosevelt stayed many times, and drive by the infamous jail where Ted Bundy once escaped. Hike up to Hanging Lake, voted the number one hike in Colorado. It is a tough hike, but the natural beauty is well worth the payoff.

Garden of the Gods Colorado

Colorado Springs and Pike’s Peak

The second largest city in Colorado is Colorado Springs and is just one hour south of Denver on I-25. With an abundance of activities, highlights include the natural beauty of both Garden of the Gods and Pike’s Peak which are accessible from Highway 24, just off of Interstate 25. You can take a cog railway ride to the top of Pike’s Peak or drive to the top, but the drive can take multiple hours and there are some steep dropoffs. The Air Force Academy Chapel is perhaps one of the most beautiful buildings in Colorado and a great stop if you have extra time.

This list is just a small selection of the many things to drive and see in Colorado. You can see it all by simply using our secure online booking process and in three easy steps we will find the right car for you to explore Colorado!

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