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The renovation of Denver’s historic Union Station served as the catalyst for a fully-revitalized neighborhood and urban transit hub. Boasting award-winning chef-driven restaurants, local retail shops, and the luxurious Crawford Hotel, Denver Union...more
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We parked far out and took the light rain into downtown Denver. I grew up in CO but had not been to Union Station in years. . . WOW!!! What a fun place. We browsed in the Tattered Cover and had a drink outside and...More
Our walk down 16 St Mall ended at Union Station. Love the architecture of historic buildings like this. And the inside was nicely renovated, with a some places to grab something to eat or drink, and a number of big comfy chairs to lounge in....More
Small station but so inviting where touring or waiting for Amtrak train. The tourist info kiosk extremely friendly and helpful. Wonderful food court! Station full of coffee shops and bakeries! Calories, calories! There is much sitting areas for your computer use with lots of plug...More
While on a short visit to Denver, we became familiar with the term 'LODO' - lower downtown. This is where you will find a unique hotel/train station combination with much action in various places to eat on the go.
Why the folks in Denver thought...More
We decided to check out Union Station to see what all the buzz was about. They’ve done a great job renovating this old transportation center. It has a huge terminal with shops, boutiques, and bars around the perimeter. There was also some casual live music...More
when you arrive in Denver take the A train to downtown Denver... costs bout$10and cheaper than Uber it taxi.. when you reach downtown there are many restaurants and shops... also you are in one of the hubs where there are... More
when you arrive in Denver take the A train to downtown Denver... costs bout$10and cheaper than Uber it taxi.. when you reach downtown there are many restaurants and shops... also you are in one of the hubs where there are local light rails which go to suburbs and underneath train area are buses that take you to Boulder and other surrounding towns... but if you stay downtown go to the 16th mall and take free shuttle and explore the area the shuttle ends at another bus hub .. and those buses at the civic center go to Evergreen and surrounding towns .. in the middle of the downtown area there are more light rails and they take you to Littleton.. Parker and so on.. in the downtown area there is the theater district on 14th and Curtis you can catch a play.. or on 15th you can go to comedy show and close to Union stations lots of pubs with micro breweries... there’s a Federal Reserve Museum which is free but only opens on weekdays .. there’s more but this is just a sample Good Luck