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Denver: Downtown Small-Group Food Tasting Tour

1. Denver: Downtown Small-Group Food Tasting Tour

Come see why Zagat ranked Denver the 4th Hottest Food City in America. Taste unique and delicious dishes from award-winning local restaurants and learn fun history about the Mile High City on this signature downtown Denver walking food tour. You will taste authentic Neopolitan pizza from the only pizzeria in Colorado certified by the AVPN in Italy, award-winning from-scratch Colorado green chile, fluffy baked empanadas from a family-owned shop, Southwestern fusion cuisine on the brand new Dairy Block, and a sweet treat inside the historic Union Station. In between tastings, your local food tour guide will share stories about Denver's history and architecture. From secret tunnels to world-famous bordellos, learn just how wild the west was in the city's early days. You'll also visit historic sites and city landmarks like the iconic Union Station, the brand new Dairy Block, the baseball stadium, and Denver's oldest hotel.

Denver: Downtown Food Walking Tour with Tastings

2. Denver: Downtown Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Discover the flavors of downtown Denver on a walking food tour. Try a range of different cuisines as your guide introduces you to some of the most exciting restaurants in the area. Take your taste buds on a journey and head home with a full belly and a new insight into the city's culinary scene. Meet your foodie guide in front of Tamayo, where you can sample sizzling tacos with fresh and creative salsas. From there, wind through the bustling streets of the "Mile High City", visiting taste the flavor of Denver. Sample delectable pairings at a local hidden gem and satisfy your sweet tooth at a foodie favorite ice cream shop. Try samples of chocolate , and browse authentic Native American art and jewelry. Along the way, snap Instagram-worthy selfies at historic Denver landmarks like Coors Field and Union Station as you delve into the history of this Colorado capital.

Denver: Colorado Rockies Baseball Game Ticket at Coors Field

3. Denver: Colorado Rockies Baseball Game Ticket at Coors Field

Seeing the Colorado Rockies play a baseball game at Coors Field is an experience like no other. Enjoy assigned seating with your game ticket and be there live to see the thrilling action on the mound as the biggest stars in Major League Baseball put on a show you'll never forget. Coors Field in Denver, home to the Rockies, is known for its picturesque setting amidst the Rocky Mountains epitomised by the iconic "Rock Pile" section in the outfield. The stadium's downtown location, makes it a hub of excitement during home games with nearby restaurants and bars buzzing with fans. With a wide range of concessions, facilities and matchday entertainment on hand, whether you're a solo traveller, or attending with friends and loved ones, a trip to the ballgame to see the Colorado Rockies is an experience not to be missed!

Denver: 3 Hour City Highlights Bike Tour

4. Denver: 3 Hour City Highlights Bike Tour

We will start our tour in 5 points and (Rino) River North Art District, which features a variety of breweries and art galleries in revamped industrial building covered in dozens of beautiful murals. We can make a quick stop at the the Central market, before moving on. We will head about 10 minutes to pass by Coors Field where the Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies play and a nice spot for a quick pic. A couple blocks from there is the Dairy block and alley which is home to dozens of restaurants, bars and retailers, along with a modern co-working space. We can take a stop for any shopping or snacks here. Just around the corner is Union station which was preserved and revitalized in 2014 as a shopping, dining, and cultural destination. People can take a quick tour of the beautiful interior of this special historical landmark. We will then head over millennium bridge to where the Platte and Cherry Creek river converge which is also home to the largest Rei located in a restored 1901 Denver Tramway building. This is close to where Denver was founded and was where many natives resided before settlers came. We will bike down the Cherry Creek path for about 15 minutes before going over to Larimer Square, the city’s first block, its first commercial district, home to its first residence and first city hall, and was the city’s first designated historic district. Here there are several restaurants, stores and a cool Vintage store that's worth a stop. We will then head down past the Denver performance art center, the opera house and the convention center which has the 40 foot Big Blue Bear gazing into the convention center. We will then stop to take a view of City Hall and across from civic center park you get a great view of the Colorado State Capitol Building which has a gold covered dome. If its a weekday we can visit the interior of the Capital which has a rare Rose Onyx, stained glass, depicting people and events related to the history of Colorado. You can also see the various chambers where debates, voting and other legislative events occur. From there we will bike thru Cheeseman Park, which was once Prospect Hill Cemetery. In the late 1800's the city wanted a new park as residents expanded outward, so they encouraged and paid people to move their loved ones, but most remained. They paid E.P. McGovern to remove the remains but he was cheating by using a few bones for each casket so he was fired and most remained. From Cheeseman park we thru the quiet streets of city park area and Whittier to where we began in 5 points which was once the Harlem of West. We know the best and safest ways to explore Denver. If your looking for a short tour to see the most then this is a great option.

Denver: Lower Downtown Scavenger Hunt Adventure

5. Denver: Lower Downtown Scavenger Hunt Adventure

Looking for a way to turn Denver’s historic Lower Downtown into a giant game board? This interactive scavenger hunt combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a two-hour sightseeing tour of Denver’s LoDo district. Guided from any smartphone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins at a historic building and takes you on a well-designed course through the historic area, Coors Field, Union Station and Confluence Park you discover the rich history, art and culture of the original Denver. Using a smartphone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Since you are the creator of your own schedule, you can stop for lunch midway or for a later cold brew at one of the many hot spots in the area. Offered at a fixed price for a group vs. per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value to those on a budget.

Denver’s Downtown: Past and Present In-App Audio Tour (ENG)

6. Denver’s Downtown: Past and Present In-App Audio Tour (ENG)

Embark on a captivating exploration of Denver Downtown with the help of this engaging in-app audio tour. Discover the intriguing historical past and diverse contemporary essence of Colorado's capital city. Immerse yourself in the city's rich heritage, cultural landmarks, and hidden gems. Commence your journey at Coors Field, the home stadium of the Colorado Rockies baseball team, that showcases a cutting-edge layout that will undoubtedly impress you. Venture to the iconic LoDo District, Denver's oldest neighborhood, and trace the city's origins back to its establishment in 1858 following the discovery of gold in the nearby river. Delve into the narrative of Denver's esteemed founder, General William Larimer, and wander through the historic Larimer Square, admiring its exquisite red-brick Victorian architecture. As you wander the cobblestone streets, you will be transported back in time, relishing a bygone era. Gaze upon the distinguished State Capitol Building, housing Colorado's influential government officials, and pay a visit to the Molly Brown House Museum, where you can gain insights into the life of Margaret "Molly" Brown, the renowned philanthropist and survivor of the Titanic. Conclude your tour by exploring the vibrant SoCo district, which pulsates with Denver's captivating nightlife. From its origins as a prominent destination for Colorado gold miners to its present-day status as a bustling and diverse metropolis, Denver's history unravels before you as you are guided by this compelling audio tour. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: join the tour whenever you want and explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

Denver: Denver in a Day Highlights Tour

7. Denver: Denver in a Day Highlights Tour

We will meet in Denver and then head to Red Rocks and do a short walk and explore that area for about an hour. There's an option 2 mile walk to get better views and then explore the Amphitheater and then we have the chance to see dinosaur ridge nearby to see dinosaur tracks and fossils. Transportation is included. Afterwards we will take a short ride and walk thru RiNo district on Larimar street. There is dozens of fascinating murals over the buildings in this area and its one of the most beautiful areas in Denver. We can offer a slice of pizza at the Central market cafeteria, or you can choose from dozens of different options. Afterwards we will visit the remodeled Union Station, Milk Alley, Coors Field and where Denver began at Larimar square. We can then go inside the magnificent capital and surrounding buildings in Civic park. *Note: If you have already done part of this tour then we can skip certain parts and spend more time on others if its a private tour.

Denver LoDo: Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour by Smartphone

8. Denver LoDo: Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour by Smartphone

Explore Denver's historic Lower Downtown District (LoDo as the locals call it) on a self-guided walking tour. Follow clues on your smartphone and solve interesting puzzles along the way. You will receive details of the website and login credentials after booking. Visit the website and start your adventure with your smartphone as your guide. See the hip and happening 16th street mall, sights along Cherry Creek, and many lesser-known sights of the downtown district. Play with your group at your own pace as the game guides you through the city. Solve the 21 challenges on the scavenger hunt as you learn local history. Score points for correct answers and aim for a high score on the leaderboard.

Denver City Walking Tour

9. Denver City Walking Tour

Our Denver walking tour can start anywhere in the city, but you’ll definitely want to explore the Lower Downtown, or LoDo, neighborhood, rich with historic buildings and stories of the old West. Visit the grand Denver Union Station, stroll down charming Larimer Square, and take in the magnificent interior of Brown Palace Hotel. If it’s art you’re after, we’ll make a stop outside the Colorado Convention Center for some photos beneath the Big Blue Bear, before heading over to River North (RiNo) Art District to take in awe-inspiring murals and colorful graffiti. On our way to our Denver art tour segment, we can pass by iconic Coors Field stadium. You’ll have a chance to enjoy some local food recommended by your local Denver tour guide, maybe at one of Denver’s food halls like Denver Central Market, or enjoy a craft beer at one of the best breweries in town.

Denver: Guided City Driving Tour

10. Denver: Guided City Driving Tour

Take in the landmarks of the Mile-High City as you go on a Denver city tour aboard a private vehicle! Hop into your car at the meeting point and let your local Denver tour guide take you around for a downtown Denver tour. See Union Station, a renovated train station that dates back to 1881 and which now houses several restaurants and bars. Then, pass by Coors Field, home to Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies. After this, head to the Central Business District to check out the Brown Palace Hotel. Marvel at the architecture of this upscale hotel, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Get back into your car and head to Colorado Convention Center for a photo beneath the famous Big Blue Bear statue. On certain days, you may have the chance to not only see but enter the Colorado State Capitol for a tour and enjoy magnificent views from its dome. Let us arrange admission in advance to the nearby Molly Brown House to learn about the legacy of this unsinkable activist. Your Denver city tour can explore other unique neighborhoods like River North, or RiNo, to see once-industrial buildings now covered in colorful murals. Finish your Denver tour where you met your guide or any location of your choosing in the city!

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The real difference for the tour was Melissa, she really knows her business and makes it fun and interesting. Food is good in general, I wouldn’t say is different or better that most americanized comfort food (except for the argentinian empanada which is exceptional and the pizza which is good together with the story). But certainly Melissa and all her speech is the awesome piece. We felt very much taken care during the coldest day in Denver in years. I would recommend a tour with more medium gourmet food samples… of course a little more expensive. Since she tells the story of the michelin star restaurants but we only hear about it while tasting pizza and sandwiches… But it is a very good comfort food tour.

Our Denver in a Day Trip with Jeremy was AWESOME! He even picked us up from our hotel room which means we didn't have to drive at all. He took us to alot of the main attractions if not majority of the highlights of the city & allowed us plenty of time at each location to absorb it in, enjoy the scenery & take plenty of pictures! Patient, friendly, knowledgeable, cool guy. We were in Colorado for only 3 days & without this trip it wouldn't have been the same. Thank you so much Jeremy, keep doing your thing! My family enjoyed it all very much ✨️

Had a great time our guide seemed as if he was an old buddy from the past, very caring and alert to everyone’s cares and needs. So fun to hear some of the historical facts of Denver. Zach gave great recommendations to places for us to dine. He hit it perfect for our anniversary meal. Not used to big city life we were more comfortable after the tour to come back to the heart of Denver to dine out. Thank you we will try another tour next time

This was my first food tasting tour and I highly enjoyed it. The guide was very informative about all of the history behind the foods and restaurants we visited. The food was amazing! Great experience that I will do again.

It's the perfect thing to do when you're new to a city and want to get the layout, plus have lunch!. The guide Barry was very knowledgeable and took several of his advice throughout my stay in Denver.