Cheap Flights from Denver International to Houston
Flight information Denver International to Houston
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Average flight time, total distance 873 miles
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Houston George Bush Intercntl. and Houston Hobby
There are 878 miles from the “mile high city” of Denver, Colorado to the desert metropolis of Houston, Texas. On a nonstop flight, you can expect about two hours and twenty minutes of flight time.
Since Houston has two airports, you have a few options when it comes to booking a direct flight. If you’re planning to fly into the big airport, Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental (IHA) then you can choose from Frontier, Spirit, or United. If you’d prefer to arrive at William P. Hobby Airport (Houston) then Southwest can get you there.
Making your way to Denver International Airport
Let’s face it, it’s not often that anyone really loves an airport, but Denver is something special. Visitors rave over the beautiful Jeppesen Terminal, which was built to resemble the city’s neighboring snow-capped mountains. It’s not just pretty, it’s also really convenient, with a smart layout. The central terminal is where all the ticketing, check-in, baggage and security functions happen, and then you can just hop onto the rapid people-mover and head over to one of the three parallel concourses.
The airport has plenty of good restaurants. (Root Down serves delicious local food.) and there is free basic WiFi for everyone. Pet-loving passengers can take advantage of the well-designed pet-relief area, or board your furry friend at the airport’s incredible pet hotel, which features luxury amenities like swimming pools, flat-screen TVs, and 24/7 webcam connection.
Getting to the airport, the Skyride bus service provides a good public transportation option, with five routes operating around the city. Depending on your point of origin, your fare will cost between $9 and $13.
Arriving in Houston
Extreme wealth has been a feature of Houston’s cultural landscape for a long time, and those riches are well displayed. This city is a shopping wonderland, from the world’s biggest luxury brands to tiny boutiques featuring independent designers.
Generations of generous patronage have contributed to the city’s thriving fine arts scene. Houston’s symphony, ballet, opera, and museums rival those of any world-class city, and their theatre scene is said to rival Broadway’s.
Of course, Houston’s most famous institution is NASA, and the Space Center offers fascinating insider tours of the technology behind one of mankind’s greatest achievements. When you’re ready to come back to earth, a visit to the Audubon Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary will do the trick. This peaceful retreat offers 17.5 acres of quiet woodland bristling with small creatures, perfect for a relaxed afternoon stroll.
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