Cheap Flights from St Louis to Denver International in 2019
Flight information St Louis to Denver International
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Average flight time, total distance 768 miles
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To get from St. Louis to Denver, you’ll need to cross 797 miles. On a nonstop flight, that translates to just about two hours and fifteen minutes spent in the air.
United offers more direct flights from Lambert-St. Louis Airport (STL) to Denver International (DEN) than any other airline, but Southwest and Frontier are not too far behind. Between the three on any given day you’ll have around 10 nonstop flights to choose from.
Making Your Way to St. Louis Airport
Lambert Airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Missouri, but it still operates on a human scale. Travelers say that it’s quick to get through and that the staff may be the friendliest airport workers in the country!
Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are comfortable spaces with lots of seating and power sockets, though you’ll need to pay for WiFi. Additionally, there are fenced pet relief areas which are graced with replica hydrants.
Free shuttle buses connect the terminals 24/7, and it’s also possible to hop on the MetroLink rail line that runs through the airport: be aware that you’ll have to buy a ticket to do so.
Since the airport is only 10 miles from downtown St. Louis, it’s only a short 20 minute drive, as long as you don’t hit traffic. There is an enormous amount of parking, much of it quite affordable and serviced by complimentary shuttles which run around the clock. For public transportation, the MetroLink rail line is a great choice. You also have the option of taking a bus. Two MetroBus lines (routes 49 and 66) stop at Terminal 1.
Arriving in Denver
This mountain city gets plenty of sunshine - even in the winter, which means the surrounding parks welcome crowds of visitors all year round. In Denver, whether you’re headed for the ski slopes or readying yourself for an epic hike, a day spent outdoors is never wasted.
While the landscape deservedly gets most of the attention, the city of Denver is well worth a visit on its own merits. Their art scene is one of the most vibrant in the country, with dozens of cultural centers, galleries, and museums celebrating creativity. The cowboy- and pioneer-rich history of the place is well represented at attractions such as the History Colorado Center and the Molly Brown House Museum. There’s at least one exciting festival a month, ranging from rodeos to powwows, and days of celebration set aside for arts, beer, sports and more.
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