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Denver, Colorado, tends to be the transfer point for those traveling to the slopes of the Rocky Mountains, but there's no reason why Denver shouldn't be a destination for vacationers and those on business too. Sports fan can catch the Rockies at Coors Field, or check out the Broncos at Sports Authority Field. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking, and later taking in a concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheater and Park.
Denver International Airport (DEN) will be your Denver destination airport. Before you make your way to your hotel, it's a good idea to rent a car there. The city's landmarks are spread out, and if you do plan on heading to the slopes, driving is best. Getting lost on the city highways and streets is difficult since Denver is laid out like a grid. The downtown thoroughfares can get tricky, so if you're unsure, use the Rockies as your compass, and remember, they are located in the west. From the airport, take Pena Blvd. to I-70 and access to downtown Denver.
From George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to DEN, nonstop flights have a travel time of a little over two hours. The air is thinner in Denver, so newbies should take it easy their first day in the city in order to acclimate to the change in altitude.