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Cheap Flights to Denver

Denver, Colorado delivers the best of both worlds: modern and metropolitan destinations abound in the heart of the city, but the massive Rocky Mountain peaks that dominate its westward views remind you that the great outdoors are just beyond. If the vacation of your dreams includes fresh air and nature hikes as much as it does fine dining, spa treatments and active nightlife, start browsing for cheap flights to Denver now. The Mile High City is an ideal year-round locale for active types, with great skiing in the winter and warmer weather opportunities for backpacking, camping, fishing, horseback riding and golf. For a more relaxing stay, enjoy the area's museums, shopping, historic sites and some of the best nature sightseeing in the West.

Which Airlines Fly to Denver?

Flights into Denver touch down at Denver International Airport (DEN), the nation's largest airport by landmass at 53 square miles. It is the main hub for Frontier Airlines, a discount airline that flies from destinations throughout the United States, and Great Lakes Airlines, which connects with destinations in the West and Midwest. United uses it as a secondary hub, and it is a focus city for low-priced Southwest. Between these two airlines, it's easy to find direct flights into Denver from most points across the United States. Continental, Delta, American, JetBlue and Northwest are among the other major carriers that fly here.

Denver Flight Tips

If your not flying to Denver for the skiing, plan a trip in Fall when flights are cheaper. The weather will be dry and you can see the foliage change starting in mid-September.

Quick Travel Guide to Denver

When trying to decide what to do first upon your arrival in Denver, consider your accommodations; some of the downtown hotels, like the Brown Palace, are attractions in themselves. With its four-star spa and Churchill Bar, featuring a selection of single-malt scotches and more than 60 fine cigars, you may want to spend a day here even if you're staying elsewhere. While this luxurious spot delivers premium service at premium rates, affordable Denver hotel deals are available throughout the area.

Great city attractions are also around every corner. Highlights include the expansive Denver Zoo, breathtaking Denver Botanic Gardens and the U.S. Mint, where you can observe the coin minting process firsthand.

When you get hungry, take a drive up into the foothills for dinner at The Fort, an award-winning restaurant housed in a detailed replica of Bent's Fort, Denver's early 19th Century trading post. The menu boasts regional recipes of buffalo, elk and quail, which you may not see so often in your neck of the woods.

And as you make your plans, keep in mind Denver's active schedule of annual festivals and events. The city is famous for its over-the-top St. Patrick's Day parade, the nation's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration and Oktoberfest on Larimer Street, where you can sample numerous German brews.

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