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Visitors coming from Philadelphia to Denver for vacation or business, can expect to have a great time in this beautiful mountain city. Known as "The Mile-High City," Denver is nestled in the Rocky Mountains. You'll have plenty to do here, from learning about its mining history, to attending year-round outdoor festivals and exploring the vibrant art scene at galleries like Space.
You will also have easy access to the Rocky Mountains where you’ll find plenty of outdoor activities to keep you busy, you can be on the slopes after a 12-mile drive in your rental car.
The Denver International Airport (DEN) is located 23 miles northeast of downtown Denver. As the largest airport in the U.S. by total area, passengers should give themselves some extra time to claim their luggage and pick up their rental car. From the airport, you will have a beautiful 35-minute drive into the city.
If you want to make a stop on your way into Denver, try the Red Rocks Amphitheater just six miles from the airport. This natural outdoor arena is made from red sandstone and overlooks Denver.
Nonstop flights from the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to Denver generally last about four and a half hours. For flights with layovers, most itineraries will have you stop in Phoenix, Charlotte or Newark.