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GETTING TO DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Opened in 1995, Denver International Airport (DEN) is the largest airport in North America as measured by land size. DEN serves the entire Front Range corridor, including Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs. Denver International Airport is a hub for Frontier Airlines and United Airlines while also serving as a focus city for Southwest Airlines.
The airport is located 25 miles from downtown Denver. This relatively remote location was chosen so that it could accommodate runways long enough to effectively deal with blizzard conditions.
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates a commuter rail line that runs between DEN and Union Station in downtown Denver, making it easy to get to the heart of the city from the airport. This ride takes under 40 minutes, connecting passengers to other parts of the metro area through the city's extensive rail network. Trains run every 15 minutes during peak travel times and every 30 minutes at other times of the day. The $10.50 fare can be used on an unlimited basis for every 24-hour increment.
RTA also runs three bus routes through the airport's express bus service known as Skyride. These routes serve DEN and multiple locations throughout the Denver and Boulder area.
When arriving by private vehicle, most travelers will take the airport-specific Pena Boulevard to DEN. Rideshare, taxis, and private vehicles should drop passengers on Level 5 of the main terminal. Because of its rural location, traffic is generally not an issue once you reach Pena Boulevard.
PARKING AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
The wide availability of space surrounding DEN allows it to offer a multitude of parking options to its travelers. Denver International Airport parking is available in a variety of pricing tiers designed to meet a bevy of budgets and travel needs. Valet parking on both the east and west side of the terminal is available for $35 per day and is reduced to $14 per day after the third day of use.
DEN parking also provides garage parking for $28 per day or $5 per hour. Economy parking is available for $5 per hour and $17 per day. Both the garage and economy options are approximately a 10-minute walk to the terminal. Budget-minded travelers can choose to utilize the Denver International Airport long term parking options at the Pike's Peak and Mt. Elbert lots. These lots provide parking services for $8 day with a complimentary shuttle providing transportation to the terminal, located about 7-10 minutes away.
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GETTING AROUND INSIDE DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
DEN is divided into three concourses that are spaced far apart. While Concourse A is connected to the terminal building by a pedestrian bridge, travelers must use the underground train system to access Concourse B and C. Because of the long concourses, DEN is a great place to get in your steps for the day. It is easy to work up a sweat traversing this airport, especially if you are not used to the high altitude.
If you are traveling with restless children, be sure to visit the play area for kids located on the mezzanine level of Concourse B. This concourse is also home to a fun toy store called Kazoo & Company. The Interfaith Chapel and Islamic Prayer Hall is open 24 hours a day and located in the Jeppesen Terminal. The Smokin’ Bear Lodge is a smoking lounge located in Concourse C. While there is no cover charge, visitors must spend $5 on products to use the lounge. All three concourses host a day spa. A Massage has locations in Concourses A and B while the Xpress Spa is located in Concourse C.
DEN is also known for its eclectic art installations that are sure to inspire conversations with fellow travelers. The pedestrian skywalk is of particular interest with its rotating displays that chronicle the history of Colorado aviation. The end of Concourse C provides soaring windows that provide exceptional views of the Rocky Mountains. For the best views, stake out a spot on a chair between gates C23 and C24.
The sheer size of Denver International Airport makes it a great place to shop and dine while waiting to board. Local retailers to check out include The Tattered Cover bookstore, Taspen's Organics, and Climax Jerky. In addition to a myriad of quick-service options, diners can also indulge in a wide selection of premium restaurant experiences while spending time at DEN. Denver Broncos fans will enjoy a meal at the upscale Elway's steakhouse. Or try the comfort food offered by Root Down.
Denver's booming beer scene is also reflected at its airport with a variety of local breweries allowing travelers to sample some of the state's best brews. The DEN Beer Passport program entitles travelers to a free pint of beer after they have received four stamps from the participating breweries. The breweries who participate in this fun program are the Great Divide Brewing Company (Concourse C), Breckenridge Brewery (Concourse A), New Belgium Brewing (Concourse B), and the Tivoli Brewery inside Tom’s Urban (pre-security).