Colorado Fly Drive Destination
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We've never really seen Denver although we have flown in, stayed overnight and then driven out twice using
Denver as the start and finish point of circular flydrive routes. We've also used Denver International
Airport as a hub to catch smaller local flights (to Wyoming and to Southern Colorado).
If you're not planning to see Denver itself, I would recommend doing what we did which is to drive from the airport to just outside the city and stay overnight in a Motel next to whichever of the main interstate highways you intend to travel on. In this way, you avoid the city traffic in the morning when you set off.
Denver International Airport is massive and the most pleasant of all the major city airports I have visited in the USA. United Airlines have Denver as their hub so if you fly trans-atlantic with them, you will be able to get a connecting flight from Denver to anywhere in the west at a good rate.
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