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Find Cheap Flights from Nashville (BNA) to Denver (DEN)

Nashville to Denver Route Information

Travel Distance:1,012 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:124
Avg. Flight Duration:02.57 Hours

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Airports in Nashville

Nashville International Airport is a joint public & military airport serving the city of Nashville in the State of Tennessee, U.S.A. Situated in Nashville, the airport is owned by Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County & operated by Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA). The airport serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport also serves as a base for Berry Field National Guard. It offers passenger & cargo services to several domestic & international destinations including Toronto, Charlotte, Greenville, Atlanta, Detroit, London, Cancun, and more. With various modes of transportation such as rental cars, taxis, limousines, buses, shuttles, and more, passengers can easily commute to and from the airport.

Explore Denver

Denver - nicknamed as the “Mile High” city, is the capital of the U.S. State of Colorado. There are several attractions here which are worth visiting. Head to Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art, Denver Art Museum, and more to learn about its art & culture. Sights like Colorado State Capitol and United States Mint are suggested for history buffs. The city has several green spaces too. Visit the Denver Zoo, if visiting with kids and family. Whereas, nature lovers can head to the Washington Park.

Things to Do in Denver

Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo was started in the late 1800s. It has been laid out beautifully with enclosures adapted to different species. Here one can see all from polar bears & den to monkey’s island. The Primate Panorama, Tropical Discovery, and Predator Ridge are some of the new exhibits at the zoo. Today, it is one of the most popular attractions of the city.

Washington Park

The Washington Park is equally famous amongst locals and visitors. Spread on nearly 165 acres of area, the park has miles of jogging paths, swaths of gardens, and two massive lakes - Smith Lake in the north part of the park and Grasmere Lake in the southern portion. Washington Park is a popular weekend hangout spot thanks to the variety of things to do here. You can spend your time simply relaxing on the grass, or you can take advantage of the park’s 10 tennis courts, boat rentals and Recreation Center, which houses pool and offers scheduled fitness classes and swim lessons.

Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens, first laid out in the late 1950s, is one of the largest botanical gardens in the United States, occupying 23 acres next to Cheesman Park. The garden emphasizes native plants and sustainable, environmentally responsible practices. However, the various gardens display plants from all over the world. There are 43 individual gardens, some of which are laid out in natural landscapes, others of which are in more formal gardens. Some of the highlights include the Japanese Garden, Marnie’s Pavilion with orchids, ferns, and waterfalls, and the Boettcher Memorial Conservatory with exotic tropical and subtropical species. The Denver Botanic Garden also hosts special events throughout the year including concerts.

Best Time to Fly to Denver

The best times to visit Denver are April through May and September through October. The city’s shoulder seasons are characterized by comfortable temperatures, fewer tourists and lower prices. Denver welcomes most of its visitors between June and August, during summer season. The Mile-High City sees a drop-off in tourism during the winter months, which means you can score some great deals on rooms here.