Known as Mile High City for its altitude, Denver was once just a stop along the way to Colorado’s great outdoors and famous ski resorts. With the epic Rockies at its doorstep, it’s easy to see why, but you’d be missing out by skipping its streets for nearby summits. Stick around to discover a young and thriving American city that's bound to impress with stunning architecture and a burgeoning arts scene.
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Flying to Denver, Colorado? Book Flight & Hotel packages to do it for less. Once there, don't miss the best things to do in Denver. Our faves? Visiting the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Botanic Gardens, and the Colorado State Capitol. Take day trips from Denver to discover Aspen, the Rocky Mountain National Park, or Red Rocks Park.
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What to eat
Farm-to-table dishes featuring local ingredients like Colorado lamb and beef, Palisade peaches, Olathe corn, cheese, and sweet cherries. Explore a vibrant dining scene around hubs like Larimer Square, Union Station, RiNo, Uptown, and more!
What to bring back
Unique libations from Deviation Distiller (coffee whiskey, anyone?) or one of the city’s countless breweries, outdoor gear for your Colorado adventures, souvenirs from the Molly Brown House Museum, the Black American West Museum or the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
Denver is one of the most walkable cities in the U.S. Its downtown core, the 10th largest in the country, includes 3 major sports stadiums, the 2nd largest arts centre in America, 3 colleges, a variety of history and arts museums, and hundreds of award-winning restaurants. Not bad for a city born from the gold rush.
For more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.