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Information about Denver

About Denver

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Denver Colorado is known for its beautiful scenery and consistently sunny weather. “The Mile High City" often hosts major events at the Colorado Conference Center, Coors Field (Colorado Rockies), Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver Broncos), and Pepsi Center (Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche). Outside of the massive stadiums, major musical acts perform at beautiful Red Rock Amphitheater, as well as Bluebird Theater, Paramount Theater, and Fillmore Auditorium. Once a year, over half a million people gather in Civic Center Park over Labor Day weekend for the 4-day free festival “A Taste of Colorado," which originally celebrated pioneer days in the Old West, but now is mainly a music, food, and art event. Denver has a laid back, liberal, friendly reputation, which has earned the city a reputation for being safe and welcoming.

Denver Neighborhoods

Denver has over a dozen different neighborhoods that tend to be specialized. The busiest part of Denver is Downtown, which comprises several smaller districts including the museum-rich Golden Triangle District and Capitol Hill. Northeast of Downtown is Five Points, a historic area often called “the Harlem of the West" for its jazz and famous African-American figures that hail from there, both of which are chronicled in the Black American West Museum. Uptown and Cherry Creek are both known as some of the most affluent parts of town, boasting premier shopping and large green spaces (City Park and Cherry Creek State Park, respectively). Located on the South Platte riverfront, Lower Downtown (LoDo) and Larimer are considered the trendiest parts of town with the most lively nightlife, while nearby Riverfront is considered the most family-friendly area. Across the river, the Highlands area is gaining a reputation as the up-and-coming “it" spot, with eclectic eateries and a vibrant arts culture centered around Navajo Arts District. At the other end of town are the Old South Pearl and South Broadway neighborhoods, which are locally renowned for their antique shops and local brewpubs, respectively. Located 12 miles from city center is the Golden District, which is home to the Coors Brewery as well as Wild West culture, which can be experienced first-hand at the Buffalo Bill Museum, Colorado Railroad Museum, and scenic horseback riding trails.

With an abundance of electrifying neighborhoods in Denver, it may be challenging to narrow down the choices to pick just one to stay at. A few of the liveliest and culturally significant neighborhoods include South Federal, Uptown, and Five Points. South Federal should be near the top of any serious foodie’s list of must-go destinations—the area is renowned for its vast variety of quality restaurants. Uptown is a hip neighborhood home to some of Denver’s most notable attractions. Five Points is a historically diverse neighborhood nicknamed the “Harlem of the West” for its creative atmosphere and its past as a musician hotspot that attracted jazz legends like Miles Davis and Billie Holiday.

Things to do in Denver

From mountain biking to whitewater rafting, adventure sports are one of the most popular activities in the Denver area. Located just minutes from downtown at the intersection of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River, Confluence Park offers kayak rentals and tours that are bound to give you the best view of the skyline. Further from downtown are Mount Evans and Rocky Mountain National Park, which contain a highway known as Trail Ridge Road that crosses the Continental Divide at two miles above sea level. As a major city, Denver is home to several prominent museums, including the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the historic Molly Brown House, a zoo, and an aquarium. Denver also houses one of only four mints in the United States, which is open to visitors for tours. Most of the downtown activity is centered around 16th Street Mall, a completely pedestrian street packed with 1.25 miles of restaurants, bars, shops, and street performers. Located on the South Platte River in the heart of downtown, Elitch Gardens Theme Park offers thrills and fun for all ages, while a few miles outside of town is Dinosaur Ridge, a world famous dinosaur fossil site.

Things to do in South Federal

Known for its expansive and diverse offering of eateries, South Federal boasts a wealth of humble yet scrumptious establishments. Noteworthy restaurants include Tarasco's New Latino Cuisine for its veggie green chili and hearty savory plates; Pho Duy for its flavorful Vietnamese rice noodle soup bowls; and Star Kitchen for an impressive dim sum spread. Aside from its brilliant culinary scene, South Federal also houses the Little Saigon Market, a food market stocked with meats, spices, and specialty products imported from Asia. The neighborhood also features several parks like Garfield Lake Park, Lakewood Gulch Park, and Barnum Park where visitors can enjoy a picturesque view of downtown Denver.

Things to do in Uptown

Situated just east of Downtown Denver, Uptown is a trendy area with a prominent foodie scene, energetic nightlife, and a few of the city’s most beloved points of interests. On a stretch of 17th Avenue is Restaurant Row—a street lined with delightfully unforgettable eateries. Head to Gumbo's Restaurant for soul-satisfying Cajun fare like shrimp po’ boys and crawfish étouffée. Il Posto is a lauded Italian eatery with a rotating menu of house-made risotto and pastas. For comforting American classic dishes, Steuben's is well-known for its fried chicken and lobster roll. Popular attractions in the neighborhood include the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and City Park, the city’s largest green space. As for nightlife, Uptown has a number of exciting bars such as Vine Street Pub & Brewery and Tavern Uptown.

Things to do in Five Points

Five Points is the ideal place to experience Denver in a laid-back yet vibrant environment. Exuding a historic charm, Five Points has culturally relevant points of interests that include the Black American West Museum and Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. The neighborhood’s local haunt is Spangalang Brewery which has numerous tap rooms. Breckenridge Ball Park Brew Pub is another solid place to unwind. As far as its culinary scene goes, Five Points is the ultimate neighborhood for barbecue, American southern cuisine, and soul food. Yazoo Barbeque Co. is the quintessential spot for BBQ and even hosts a rooftop bar. Accordingly, Welton Street Café is a Five Points gem serving scrumptious soul food staples such as deep-fried catfish, creamy mac and cheese, and crispy chicken. The café also offers Caribbean fare.

Denver Accommodations

As the largest city in Colorado, transportation options to Denver are diverse and accessible. Fly into Denver International Airport, the largest airport in the United States, or drive in via one of the highways. Navigating Denver without a car is simple and inexpensive, with a bus system, light rail, trolley, and MallRide, the free shuttle that runs along 16th Street, to choose from. Staying true to its reputation for being a fit city, Denver is also easy to get around using bikes, scooters, and pedicabs. Considering Denver’s status as a major US city, it is not hard to find an entire home to rent close to downtown on Tripping.com. Rustic cabins closer to the mountainside and luxe apartments closer to urban hotspots are awaiting, too! Look above for all Tripping.com has to offer in Denver.

Vacation Rentals in Denver

Looking for a vacation rental in Denver? Tripping.com has 1196 rental homes available in Denver. Potential renters will find 3 studios, 626 1-bedroom, 260 2-bedroom and 307 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $1500 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.

The average price of a nightly rental in Denver is $205 while the average price of a weekly rental is $608. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Denver home is $2554.

Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 376 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Denver rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 907 rentals have internet and wifi, 710 have TV and/or cable and 305 have a pool or hot tub.

Search properties from 10 rental sites in Denver where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, Booking.com, and TripAdvisor. There are 524 HomeAway rentals, 230 Booking.com short term rentals and 220 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.