|Origin Airport IATA Code||LAX|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||DEN|
Travel from Los Angeles to Denver is popular among skiers, snowboarders, and mountain climbers as well as those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. Orbitz.com makes it easy to find flights between the cities. You can even book packages that offer air travel, rental cars, and hotel rooms.
Los Angeles is the largest city in California and is the second-largest urban area in the United States. Nearly 18 million people call the center for entertainment and arts home, and millions visit the area every year. Flights from Los Angeles depart from Los Angeles International Airport, also known as LAX. Located outside of downtown Los Angeles, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, the airport serves almost 62 million travelers each year.
More than 55 airlines operate flights out of Los Angeles International Airport, with Delta, United, and American Airlines among several that fly nonstop to Denver. Eight parking structures are available in the Central Terminal Area (CTA), located across the road from the terminals. The lots offer more than 8,000 spaces for overnight and long-term parking. Economy parking can be found in Lot C, located down the street from the airport. The lot provides free transportation to the Central Terminal Area on frequent shuttles. If you'd rather ride to the airport, LAX FlyAway bus service offers regularly scheduled service from stops located throughout the city. Several taxi companies and limousines offer door-to-door transportation to the airport, and ride sharing is also available. Almost 100 restaurants are located in the terminal after the security checkpoints. Restaurant options range from McDonald's to L.A. Roadhouse-Route 66. Starbucks and Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf can provide a quick cup of coffee on the way to your gate.
Nicknamed "The Mile High City," due to its location exactly 1 mile above sea level, Denver has become a premier destination for those looking for outdoor adventures. The capital city is also home to a thriving art scene and offers several professional sporting events, unique dining experiences, and family fun.
Flights into Denver arrive at Denver International Airport, located 18.5 miles northeast of the Colorado State Capitol building. The airport, runways, and outbuildings cover 53 square miles, making Denver International the largest airport in the country. If you've booked a car rental, all agencies are located on airport property and provide shuttle service to their facilities. Car rental shuttles pick up passengers from Level 5 of the Jeppesen Terminal. Most hotels in the immediate vicinity of the airport provide shuttle transportation from the airport for their guests. Public transportation is available on regularly scheduled buses operated by the Regional Transportation District. Luxury limousines and taxis also offer walk-up service from the terminals or can be booked ahead of time. If you're traveling to Denver for winter snow sports, mountain carriers provide scheduled and on-demand transportation to local ski resorts in the area.
The weather in Denver varies widely, with occasional warm days even in the middle of winter. Average highs in the summer months of July and August are in the mid- to upper 80s, and January temperatures can drop into the mid-teens. Whenever you decide to visit Denver, bringing a mix of warm clothing and T-shirts is a good idea. Room rates in the spring, at the end of the ski season, can be found at deep discounts, making April and May good times to visit.
One of Denver's top attractions for sightseers is the Mount Evans Scenic Byway. The drive climbs more than 7,000 feet in 28 miles and offers stunning views. Mountain biking trails are also available. If you're a history buff, make sure to visit the Molly Brown House Museum. The antique-filled home is the former residence of one of the Titanic's most famous survivors. If you've brought the kids, the Denver Zoo is home to more than 700 animal species. Sports fans can catch a Denver Broncos game at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High or a Colorado Rockies game at Coors Field, which is often described as a modern ballpark with an old-fashioned attitude. Finish the day off with dinner at Fuel Cafe, the eclectic restaurant where host Bob Blair often changes the menu according to his mood.
Denver offers something for everyone in the family, and Orbitz.com can help you book the best vacation package to fit your needs. Daily flights from Los Angeles to Denver make planning a trip to this city located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains easy to accomplish. Check with Orbitz.com for discounts and deals today.
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