Top places to visit within the downtown area include the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Denver Botanic Gardens, and the Downtown Aquarium. And if you’re a sports fan – what better way to celebrate your visit than to catch a game hosted by one of the city’s 4 professional sports franchises? Denver is home to the NFL’s Denver Broncos, the MLB’s Colorado Rockies, the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, and the NBA’s Denver Nuggets – all of whom play at stadiums and arenas within the city’s limits.

While city life in the 5280 area provides plenty to do, Denver is even more renown for its natural beauty. Denver has a vibrant biking community – offering around 85 miles of paved bike lanes, allowing both residents and visitors to see not only the city sites, but take in breathtaking views of the skyline, featured against the backdrop of the Rockies. Also available are over 200 city area parks and 100 miles of trails, according to Denver Parks and Recreation.

Denver is also your gateway to the Rocky Mountains – most specifically featuring Mount Evans, the highest point in the range’s Chicago Peaks area. Traveling to both this destination and Rocky Mountain National Park takes just about an hour-and-a-half from downtown. Both areas are great for hiking. During the winter season, the mountains transform into a winter wonderland where ski resorts attract tourists from all over.

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