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A vacation or business trip to Denver is a great place to explore nature, as well as enjoying many new things to do. Having a car to get around this metropolitan city is your easiest option. Your rental is waiting at Denver International Airport (DEN) for expediency and convenience.
In Denver, Interstates 70 and 76 will help you make your way through the city. Both of these interstates travel east and west. If you need to go north or south, you will use State Highway 87. The major public transportation hub is Union Station, which provides you with rail service throughout Colorado and the rest of the United States.
In the downtown area, a day at Coors Field offers you the chance to see the Colorado Rockies play baseball. Denver began as a mining town during Pike’s Peak Gold Rush in 1858. At the time, it was part of the western Kansas territory.
When you board your plane at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO), it will take a little more than two hours for you to reach Denver. If Denver is not your final destination, there are many connecting flights leaving from the Denver International Airport (DEN), or you could catch a train from Union Station. Consider exploring the largest collection of cold weather plants at the Denver Botanical Center.