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From San Diego to Denver

Orbitz.com can help you find really great deals on flights from San Diego to Denver. San Diego residents love their hometown for its sunshine, outdoor lifestyle, and cultural vibe. Denver is known as an outdoorsy city that offers plenty to do for adventure seekers but also has plenty to offer people looking for a more laid-back vibe as well.

Leaving San Diego

When you’re ready to leave San Diego, you’ll fly out of San Diego International Airport, which is located three miles west of the center of town. If you take a taxi from downtown, it will cost you about $15 and the ride will take about fifteen minutes. Orange Cab of San Diego can be reached at 619-291-3333. Express bus number 992 runs between the airport and the city every twelve minutes. The fare is $2.25, and the ride will take about twenty minutes from downtown. Long-term parking is available for $24 per day.

Arriving in Denver

Denver’s main airport is Denver International Airport, located twenty-four miles east of the center of Denver. If you’re watching your pennies and traveling light, you can take public transportation to the airport. Several RTD buses run from different areas of the city to the airport, and the fare is an affordable $2. If you want to take a taxi, the fare is about $55, and the ride should take anywhere from thirty to forty minutes from the center of town. People may be surprised to learn that Denver has a very sunny climate, with temperatures in the summer averaging in the 90s. Winter temperatures are cool, ranging from lows in the teens to highs in the mid-40s. Denver’s peak travel season runs from spring through the fall when the weather is comfortable and moderate. Hotel rates are usually not affected by the seasons, but they do tend to be higher when there are conventions in town, so avoid those times if you’re trying to save money. One popular activity in town is to head up to Mount Evans. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can bike it, but you can also drive if you just want to check out the view. When you just want to sit back and enjoy world-class performances, check out the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in order to see fabulous Broadway shows and independent theater productions.

Take Flight to Denver

Your first step towards booking flights from San Diego to Denver is to use Orbitz.com to hunt down the best fares. Your next step is to build your itinerary for this fabulous city that offers everything for activity-seekers and relaxation-seekers alike so that you find time to enjoy as much of it as possible.

Denver When to Go

Denver’s mild climate is its best-kept secret, with low relative humidity and summer averages of just 86 degrees. No wonder, then, that locals anticipate the summer almost as much as the snowpack. And they’re certainly spoiled for choice when it comes to getting outdoors. Denver is home to the nation’s largest city park system with 200 parks within city limits and more than 850 miles of paved, off-road bike trails to explore. Golf courses remain open year-round.

Any season, pick a day and a theme, and the Mile High City will probably have that celebration. January commemorates Denver’s western roots with the National Western Rodeo and Stock Show, including a parade with cowboys driving Texas Longhorn cattle through the downtown streets. Many other celebrations throughout the year offer a nod to the city’s cultural diversity, among them: Cinco de Mayo Festival, Greek Festival, and Denver PrideFest.

Known as the Napa Valley of Beer, Denver’s downtown overflows with brewpubs such as Wynkoop Brewing Company, Rock Bottom Brewery, and Breckenridge Brewery & Pub. Although anytime is good for a cold one, the best citywide celebrations of beer are during September: Denver Beer Fest, Oktoberfest, and the Great American Beer Festival.

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