Denver is one of the most attractive places to be. There is a lot of things to do and a lot of places to see, and the fun from all the action would persuade you to want to stay. One of the most attractive places here is Downtown Denver, and here you would find lots of rooftop bars, brewpubs, restaurants, galleries and museums. One of the intriguing things about Denver is that it is about 3 to 4 hours of flight from anywhere in the country. This wonderful city has a nice farmers market and a bike sharing program that makes it more popular each day. This is why you need a guide through the best spots in the city, and the other hot spots that you might not know anything about. Lucky for you, we have put together some interesting places that you can visit while enjoying your stay at Denver.
- THE RED ROCKS CONCERTS: one of the landmarks in Denver is the Red Rocks Amphitheatre that is made with natural rocks and is 10 miles away on the west of the city. This theatre is quite active all year round as hosts of singers and musicians perform in the open air as they are surrounded by the large crowds in the acoustic venue that is called Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This theatre can contain up to 9,000 guests if you are worried about getting a nice place to sit. One of the first places that this theatre was utilized was in the 1900s and many great singers have done well to grace this venue with their wonderful performances.
- SNOOZE: this is one of the best morning eateries for having brunch. Those that love casual Sunday eating would love this spot due to their breakfast choices and all. They serve sweet potato pancakes, eggs benedict, pot pie, gooey sandwiches, and Huevos Rancheros. They also serve some dishes on the lighter side such as quinoa porridge, home-made granola, and goat cheese and lox.
- LARIMER SQUARE: we have been talking about stuffing your mouth with the best delicacies that Denver has to offer. Now it is time to talk about getting into the city. Your first stop should be the Larimer Square in downtown Denver. It is a great place for seeing sights and window shopping. In the market, you would also notice a particular district of Victorian buildings. These buildings have been converted into boutiques and restaurants. There are some popular names here like Timbuk2 and Blush. Although, there are also some local names here too. Just make sure you have a great time shopping here.
Before we move on, it is important that we talk a bit about the ESTA application. A lot of international travellers think that the ESTA system is stressful, and it is sad that most of them don’t really know what it is all about. Well, all we can say for now is that applying for ESTA doesn’t take more than 5 minutes. People submit ESTA forms immediately after filling it to ensure further processing can continue. Once you are clear about the ESTA form and the duration it takes to fill it, we can move on to the other places in Denver we want you to see when you get here.
- THE SOURCE: this is the best place for food lovers that are more concerned about their health than their palates. Here you would also find some wonderful picnic ingredients and snacks that you can carry along on your trip. No matter what you are looking for, you would find it here. There are a lot of food options here ranging from seasonal produce to even sour beers.
- BREWERY TOUR: one of the largest single-site breweries in the world is the Coors brewery and, lucky for you, it is located here in Denver. You can join other tourists as they explore the entire site where the beer is made. There are some other local breweries here that you can visit such as Divide Brewing Co. and Wynkoop Brewing Co. These two places are the best places to see how popular local brews are made.
- ROOT DOWN: Root Down is a creative restaurant that specializes in small plates. Their foods are made from local ingredients and they are very organic. This is the major reason for the popular saying “Field to Fork”. Even the Tapas Styled dining is a sight to behold. When it comes to the dishes they serve, you would be left in awe. Some dishes include lamb sliders with harissa aioli, horseradish gnocchi, and seafood cioppino.
- LODO: this is one place you must take a stroll before leaving Denver. This is the lower part of downtown, and it is a very historical district. It contains 28 blocks filled with restaurants, brewpubs, and lots of live music, especially at night.