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Traveling to Boulder will be an occasionally hectic experience, given the traffic of the city as well as the presence of some 30,000 college students. What is the best way to arrive in Boulder from where you are standing? To start with, understand that Boulder does not have a commercial airport. Therefore, you will start by traveling from your home state or country into Denver International Airport. From that point, you will travel by land until you arrive in Boulder, Colorado. The Super Shuttle Boulder travels to and from the airport. It can pick travelers up at the University campus or from nearby hotels.

Traveling to Boulder will be an occasionally hectic experience, given the traffic of the city as well as the presence of some 30,000 college students. What is the best way to arrive in Boulder from where you are standing? To start with, understand that Boulder does not have a commercial airport. Therefore, you will start by traveling from your home state or country into Denver International Airport. From that point, you will travel by land until you arrive in Boulder, Colorado. The Super Shuttle Boulder travels to and from the airport. It can pick travelers up at the University campus or from nearby hotels.

Other methods of transportation include the Boulder Yellow Cab and the Regional Transportation District. However, you can also rent a car for transportation. If you do, then you will be traveling by way of the Boulder Turnpike. This road branches off I-25 north of Denver. Along the way, you will pass areas like Westminster and Broomfield.

To find local visitor information head over to the Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau. This establishment, found on Pearl Street, can help you get around town. They offer maps, brochures and detailed city information. When traveling, remember that the north and south streets increase in number as you travel from west to the east. In order to find the downtown area, turn west on Canyon Boulevard and then turn north on Broadway.

Many students and local residents prefer to travel by foot or by bicycle. In fact, most of the attractions in the downtown area are all within walking distance of each other. If you are looking for a rental car to travel in and around the city, contact Avis, Hertz, Dollar, Enterprise or National rentals. Bus transportation options include the Regional Transportation District, the HOP Shuttle Service and the SKIP local shuttle service provided by the RTD.

Getting to Boulder is the easy part. Going back home and leaving behind the great atmosphere is what’s really hard!

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