Denver International Airport (DEN) is a major airline hub in the United States. The airport offers free Wi-Fi access in public areas and a diverse array of dining and shopping choices. Check out additional transportations below to explore the many DEN transportation options available, including the Airport Rail, DEN SkyRide (airport bus), airport shuttles, cabs, and more.
8500 Pena Blvd, Denver, CO 80249
(303) 342 2000
It’s now easier than ever to get from Denver International Airport (DEN) to downtown Denver with the opening of the new Denver airport train line.
At a cost of $10.50 (with several discounts available), travelers can use the rail service, known as the A Line, to get from the airport to Denver Union Station and vice versa courtesy of the Regional Transportation District (RTD), metro Denver’s public transit provider.
The A Line, which opened on April 22, 2016, whisks travelers to the heart of downtown, specifically the recently restored Union Station, which is the city’s new transportation hub and “living room,” thanks to its plush surroundings. From Union Station, travelers can access additional local and regional transportation services, such as light rail, regional and local buses, Amtrak rail service, taxis, and the free 16th Street Mall shuttle (MallRide) and free downtown MetroRide buses that provides access to most downtown hotels. Union Station itself is a beautiful 1914 Beaux-Arts building and the location of hip, locally owned restaurants, bars, shops and a boutique hotel.
The new Denver airport rail has six stops between the airport and Denver Union Station. The ride takes about 37 minutes.
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th St., Denver, CO 80202
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Directions to the Colorado Convention Center
The Colorado Convention Center is located in downtown Denver at 700 14th Street. The closest major intersection is Colfax Avenue and Speer Boulevard. There are several entrances into the facility, but the most common entrances are located off of 14th Street between Stout and California Street.
Parking in Downtown Denver has never been easier! The Colorado Convention Center provides access to a 1,000-space onsite covered parking garage. The garage provides access to the Colorado Convention Center and the Denver Performing Arts Complex (DPAC).
The garage is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ALL visitors and guests attending ANY event or business in the downtown area. If you are coming to a scheduled event in our facility, DPAC or any venue downtown, please arrive early and remember to use our quick and easy automated pay stations. Our current parking rates are as follows:
Park up to 8 Hours: $12.00
Park up to 12 Hours: $15.00
Park up to 18 Hours: $17.00
Park up to 24 Hours: $25.00
Three FREE Parking Spaces for Hybrid and Electric Cars:
The Colorado Convention Center Parking Garage has designated three reserved parking stalls for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles for up to 8 hours of FREE parking. These free “Green” stalls are offered on a first come first serve basis and when available are located on level P1 in the garage. An electric vehicle charger is also available in space 1081 for up to 8 hours of parking. Customers with a charge point card can utilize the charger (parking fee applies for this space).
There is so much to see and do downtown Denver. Experience the sights and sounds of downtown Denver with RTD’s FREE 16th Street MallRide. Our shuttle bus is your ride to great restaurants, shops, theatre, galleries, tourist attractions, and businesses up and down the mall.
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Another downtown option: The FREE MetroRide Denver has added a brand new free bus service downtown to complement the Free MallRide: The Free MetroRide. This service offers weekday rush hour service between Union Station and Civic Center Station, making limited stops along 18th and 19th Streets.
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