From craft beer, culture and cuisine to cool neighborhoods, shopping and vibrant street art it’s no surprise that Denver is voted one of the best cities to live in year on year.
Larimer Square is the city’s oldest and most historic part of town where the first gold prospectors from the Old West era staked their claim.
The 1914 vintage train terminal in LoDo has had a makeover and morphed into a hip gathering spot for dining, shopping and entertainment.
Mercantile Dining and Provision is a restaurant and mini market serving seasonally-inspired dishes in a casual atmosphere.
Your guide will pick you up from outside Union Station and take you on an incredible 2.5 hour tour of Denver.
The 40-foot blue bear was created by the late Denver-based artist Lawrence Argent and peeks into the Colorado Convention Center.
We lunched in Central Market, a gourmet marketplace and food hall located in a beautifully restored 1920s building.