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Denver is a visually appealing metropolis and a great vacation destination for those seeking both mountain adventure and city fun. The Mile High City is where urban living combines outdoor adventure in one place! Known for its world-class attractions and dining, a vacation in the elegant and luxurious vacation rentals located in the heart of this striking city allows you to experience the best of Denver within a short walking distance. You'll have everything from museums, galleries, parks, and a zoo.Spectacular modern vacation rentals with hot tubs, pools, and mountain views
New, modern, and stylish are the words that describe Denver accommodations. Highlights of the rentals you'll find include high-end interiors, home theater, whirlpool tubs, new furnishings, top-of-the-line appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows, and swimming pools. The properties provide an experience that combines modern loft style with a local lifestyle. You can enjoy dining in the spacious designer kitchen, watching a film in the contemporary living room, taking a dip in the pool, or soaking in the hot tub on the terrace overlooking the mountains.
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The area and getting around
With a unique design inspired by the peaks of the Rocky Mountains, the Denver Art Museum, located downtown, has an extensive collection ranging from the world's largest collection of Native American art to Asian and Oceanic art. You'll see a wide range of American cultures and tribes spanning 2,000 years of history. Plus, more than 70,000 works by artists such as Vincent van Gogh make it one of the largest art museums between the West Coast and Chicago. The Denver Art Museum houses one of the most impressive and varied collections in the United States and is a popular stop in the city.Denver's best shopping areas
Named Denver's first historic district, Larimer Square is an area located between 14th and 15th streets in downtown Denver that is always bustling with life and offers shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Once the site of the original pioneer encampment that relocated to Denver, it is now a modern Mile High City block of Victorian buildings and a featured stop on many of Denver's best tours. Overlooking Larimer Square, 16th Street Mall runs through downtown and is a European-style pedestrian mall filled with a variety of entertainment venues, dozens of shops, outdoor cafés, and restaurants as well. The mall it's designed by I.M. Pei, designer of the Louvre pyramid in Paris.
Travelers and activities
Considered one of the city's most popular tourist attractions, spending a day at the Denver Zoo is something you and the kids are sure to love. With an 80-acre City Park and some 4,000 animals, you'll be able to see a variety of creatures here. Kids can touch a stingray in the interactive Stingray Cove exhibit; have an up-close experience with huge Asian elephants; have fun with orangutans in Primate Panorama; and see the fierce ones of the African savannah at Predator Ridge. The zoo has species-specific enclosures and is home to hippos, grizzly bears, tigers, black rhinos, penguins, and much, much more. Besides the zoo, The Downtown Aquarium, is also a mix of family fun that offers you an experience with over 15,000 fish, extraordinary exhibits, and a restaurant with a variety of delicious selections that will fascinate you.Denver for adventures lovers
With stunning parks, gardens, and the nearby Rocky Mountains, Denver is full of outdoor recreational activities. Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is one of the best options for outdoor enthusiasts. During the day, the park is a wonderful destination for hiking and biking through the rust-red landscape. The 1.4-mile-long Trading Post Trail will take you through the spectacular rock formations. But if cycling is more your thing, the Red Rocks Trail is ideal for experiencing the fascinating geographical transition between the Great Red Plains and the Rocky Mountains. Or if you prefer water-based activities, you can kayak at Confluence Park, sail the scenic lake at Washington Park or snorkel with sharks at the Downtown Aquarium.
Denver's nickname, “Mile High City” refers to its elevation. Denver is located 1,500 meters above sea level.
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Climbing Mount Evans will give you a drive through spectacular alpine scenery that you must experience sometime in your life. Just 60 miles (96.56 km) west of Denver, start your adventure at Echo Lake, travel along the Mount Evans Scenic Byway, the highest paved road in North America, and take a day trip to the top of Mount Evans. Along the way, stop and breathe the fresh mountain air, and admire views of the snow-capped peaks from the overlooks. This day trip to this subalpine scenic wonderland is a real treat for the eyes.2. Discover the plants from around the world at Denver Botanic Gardens
Featuring 24 acres of pure natural beauty, Denver Botanic Gardens offers a variety of spectacular settings not to be missed. Explore the traditional Japanese garden and see the bonsai trees; stroll through the South African Plaza and discover the exotic plants; tour the Western Gardens and see the native plants; and relax in the water gardens with the sound of waterfalls. The Denver Botanic Gardens is one of the largest botanical gardens in the United States and an oasis in the middle of the city, perfect for relaxing.3. Immerse yourself in the astonishing world of science
With exhibits covering diverse scientific areas, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is one of Denver's top cultural attractions. Explore the wildlife exhibits that include animals from around the world ranging from Alaska to Argentina, Africa to Australia; transport yourself to Ancient Egypt and marvel at the mummy gallery; travel to distant galaxies in the Space Odyssey area; step back to the age of dinosaurs with the towering dinosaur skeletons; and explore the cosmos in the planetarium. There are many interesting things to see!4. Enjoy a unique wilderness experience!
Just 30 miles (48.28 km) from Denver, be sure to visit the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Walk the elevated 'Mile Into The Wild' walkway that spans the habitats, and see bears, wolves, lions, and tigers. The impressive 720-acre sanctuary has more than 450 free-roaming large carnivores, including rescued 39 tigers that once belonged to Joe Exotic, the “Tiger King”. This is a unique opportunity to see the animals from a bird's-eye view without disturbing them in their natural habitat. Besides, you will be able to feel the joy of these rescued animals who were previously unable to walk on grass.5. Feel the adrenaline rush at Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park rollercoasters
Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park is a must-see attraction in the Mile High City. Packed with thrills, don't miss the adrenaline rush of the state-of-the-art roller coasters; have fun on the water slides; soar over the Denver skyline on the high-flying swing; watch the fireworks at night and attend the spooky “Fright Fest” in October for kids to enjoy free candy on the “Trick or Treat” trail. The theme park offers 53 rides and attractions to keep you entertained all day long!