Book Your ETHDenver Stay
Whether you arrive by plane, train, bus or automobile, it’s easier than ever to get around Denver.
Continue reading below for our top tips and check out the City of Denver Transportation Guide for even more suggestions.
Denver International Airport (DEN) is the third-largest airport in the world. There are multiple options for ground transportation once you land, including city buses (Regional Transportation District, or RTD), taxis, rideshares, commercial shuttles, rental cars, charter buses, and the University of Colorado A Line Light Rail that transports passengers directly to Union Station in the heart of downtown Denver.
This service is provided to you by RTD and will take you from the airport to Union Station in downtown Denver. From Union Station you can take either the N-Line Light Rail to “48th and Western” or “38th Station,” or take a bus directly to the National Western Complex.
For those who prefer to travel by train, Amtrak arrives at Union Station in downtown Denver.
Both Lyft and Uber are widely available at all hours throughout the Mile High City.
There are at least 11 different car rental companies servicing Denver International Airport, check out all your options.
To get to ETHDenver from Denver International Airport (DEN) you will take the University of Colorado A Line rail - costs $10.50 and takes approximately 30-45 minutes to get to your destination.
Looking for more places to check out while you’re in town? Start with the Official Visitors Guide for maps, photos, events, restaurants, and must-see attractions.
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