Access to Denver

Denver is the capital of Colorado, situated in the central United States.

By Plane

Denver International Airport (DEN) is a major hub for air transportation, currently serving 26 international destinations in 12 countries and 190 nonstop domestic destinations.

The airport is connected to downtown Denver by the RTD’s A Line commuter train. The 23-mile ride takes approximately 37 minutes and costs $10.50. Other transportation options to and from the airport include SkyRide bus service, hotel shuttles, cabs, and app-based ride sharing.

By Train

Amtrak’s California Zephyr line runs daily between Chicago and San Francisco, coursing through the plains of Nebraska to Denver, across the Rockies to Salt Lake City, and then through Reno and Sacramento into Emeryville/San Francisco.

By Car

Denver is well connected with the rest of the United States through two major interstates that bisect the state: I-25 (North-South) and I-70 (East-West).