Denver is the largest city in Colorado. This mountainous location is great to visit all year round, for its wonderful weather. Winters in this city are surprisingly mild and summers are nice and warm. The air here is quite arid and humidity in the summer time is low, which is partly due to this location's altitude, being 5,280 feet above sea level. You can catch a direct flight from London to Denver, although to save money, browse online using our price comparison tool for cheap flight deals. A stopover flight can add time to your journey and many of them tend to stop in cities like Vienna, Chicago, Barcelona, Brussels and Miami, however an indirect flight from Glasgow or Leeds for example could be a way to find a cheaper airfare. This city has a flourishing arts and culture scene, with art galleries like the Abend Gallery Fine Art and the art district in Santa Fe. Cherry Creek North is a well known spa in Denver, perfect for pampering, relaxation and rejuvenation. Restaurants such as Denver Chophouse and Brewery and Capital Grille serve superb steaks and fresh seafood. Enjoy some retail therapy as you wander into the designer stores at the Cherry Creek Shopping districts for favourites like Neiman Marcus and Tiffany & Co.
Denver International airport is very easy to get to and from following your flight; with taxis, public transport, hotel shuttles and rental cars being easily accessible. Taxis pick up and drop off passengers at Jeppesen Terminal on level 5, which is located outside of the doors 507 from flight Terminal East and West. The cabs have flat rate charges and travel to areas in the metro district and surrounding locations in Colorado. Most of the hotels provide shuttles for their guests, which also pick up at Jeppesen Terminal. RTD buses provide a public service and pick up outside Terminal 6. If you would prefer to book a rental car you'll have to travel by shuttle to Level 5 at Jeppesen. The rental companies provide free shuttle services for their customers. Mountain carriers take passengers to and from Colorado ski resorts. For more information on ground transportation, check with the official Denver International airport website at http://www.flydenver.com/parking_transit. There are plenty of shops located near the Denver International airport, for you to find souvenirs and gifts for friends and family. Brookstone is the place to go for electronics and gadgets and gifts. You may be in the mood for jewels, diamonds and gems for an extra special present or surprise gift. If so you'll find stunning pieces at Diamondfire CZ. With the bright sunshine, you'll need a decent pair of shades, which you'll find at Summit Shades. Check this store out for all of the latest fashions and styles in sunglasses.