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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Colorado Springs?
In Colorado Springs, vacation rentals start at $56 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available in Colorado Springs?
You can find 4,031 available vacation rentals in Colorado Springs.
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About Colorado Springs
Behind Denver, Colorado Springs is the second largest and most populous city in the state of Colorado. Often referred to as “The Springs," Colorado Springs is a popular tourist destination because of its spectacular beauty with many family attractions, natural landmarks and unique museums.
Things to do in Colorado Springs
Known for its natural beauty, The Springs is the perfect travel destination for those looking to be outdoors. The most visited site is the Garden of the Gods, which is popular for its big sandstone formations that are great for hikers and rock climbers. Head west about 10 miles and you’ll find the peak that inspired America, the Beautiful. Pikes Peak can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and is one of Colorado’s most iconic landmarks. Drive to the top, ascend by Cog Rail or hike up via Barr Trail if you’re feeling adventurous. Other favored siteseer destinations include Cave of the Winds, Seven Falls, Helen Hunt Falls, and the Cheyenne Canon City Park. While in Cheyenne, remember to bring the family to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! Into history or tours? The National Museum of World War II Aviation, U.S. Air Force Academy, and Olympic Training Center are all great places to take tours. There’s always something to do in Colorado Springs!
Colorado Springs Accommodations
When flying into the state, there are three airports that will be able to get travelers into Colorado Springs most efficiently. Colorado Springs Municipal Airport is 11 miles east of downtown, Pueblo Memorial Airport is 40 miles south, and Denver International Airport is 80 miles north. Once you have safely landed in one of these airports, shuttles are available to The Springs. If you prefer to travel on land, Greyhounds are an option and once you are finally into the city, there are taxi services and the Colorado Springs Transit is a very reliable method of transportation. Sightseers looking for temporary home rentals, look no further! Tripping.com has everything from private properties to short-term apartments that are sure to suite any style and budget.
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