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Airports in Denver

The city of Denver is served by Denver International Airport, also known as DIA. The Denver International Airport is the 6th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the U.S.A. Also, it is the largest airport in the country by total land area. Owned & operated by City & County of Denver Department of Aviation, the airport is a hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United airlines. It also serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations like Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt, Calgary, London, San Jose, Tokyo, Zurich, Dallas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport using charter buses, commuter rail, hotel shuttles, limousines, mountain carriers, public buses, shared-ride services, taxicabs, and mobile app services.

Explore Austin

The capital city of Texas, United States, Austin has been named after Stephen F. Austin, the "Father of Texas" and the republic's first secretary of state. This seat of Travis County is also the 4th populated city in Texas. Situated in the Central Texas, the city is home to several lakes, waterways, and rivers. Some of these include Lady Bird Lake, McKinney Falls, Lake Travis, the Colorado River, and more. With the passage of time and for several reasons, Austin has earned several nicknames including "The Live Music Capital of the World", "Silicon Hills", and "City of the Violet Crown". Some of the worth visiting places in the city include LBJ's library, Texas State History Museum, Blanton Museum of Art, Sixth Street, Zilker Metropolitan Park, and more.

Things to Do in Austin

Zilker Metropolitan Park

Austin’s most popular green space, Zilker Park is a favorite recreation area for visitors and locals alike. Within the park are a variety of excellent tourist attractions, including the Zilker Hillside Theater - home to the annual Zilker Summer Musical - and the excellent Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum. Popular activities include walking and picnicking, as well as canoeing on Town Lake, while youngsters love the Zilker Zephyr miniature railway and taking a splash in the Barton Springs Pool, a huge spring-fed swimming pool open year-round. The highlight of a visit is Zilker Botanical Garden, 30 acres of plants and exquisite themed gardens, including the lovely Japanese Garden with its many streams, waterfalls, and ponds. Also, there is a rose garden, a herb garden, and the Hartman Prehistoric Garden, built around ancient dinosaur footprints found embedded in the rock.

Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum tells the state’s story through a variety of interesting interactive exhibits, along with audio-visual displays and film (the museum boasts an on-site IMAX Theatre). In addition to discovering more about the Lone Star State’s rich history, you’ll learn about the natural landscape, Native Americans, explorers, ranching, and famous Texans.

Texas Memorial Museum

The Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History - part of the Natural Science Center at the University of Texas - features a huge collection of items representing the natural and cultural history of the Lone Star State. Areas covered include paleontology, geology, biology, herpetology (the study of amphibians), ichthyology (fish), and entomology (insects), with more than five million specimens included in the museum’s extensive collections. Highlights include numerous dinosaur displays, fossils, gems, and minerals, as well as the famous Wichita County meteorite, a large space rock regarded as a medicine stone by Comanche Indians.

Best Time to Fly to Austin

The best time to visit the city of Austin are the months from September-November and March-May. The daytime temperature during these months generally ranges between 70 & 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Austin Travelers' Reviews

  Amazing
Texas was a wonderful place to be. Lots of cows lol
- Aujah  Nov 06, 2018
  Good place to visit
Nice place to visit. Lost of options to eat, see and good night life. Warm weather..
- Member  Oct 16, 2018

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