Historic Larimer Square

Denver’s oldest neighborhood, Larimer Square offers visitors a glimpse into the city’s pioneering past. This compact block of Victorian-era buildings has been standing since the 1860s, when the city was just a dusty mining town. Today, the carefully restored red brick buildings house an eclectic mix of independently owned boutiques, restaurants, and bars that provide a charming urban backdrop. Must-see highlights include craft cocktail bar The Cooper Lounge, the original Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, and art galleries like Version Gallery and Edge Gallery. History buffs won’t want to miss a tour of the historic Larimer Square district to learn more tales from Denver’s Wild West days. After exploring the area’s shops and restaurants, walk just a few blocks to Coors Field to catch a Colorado Rockies baseball game. Located right in downtown Denver’s Lower Downtown (LoDo) neighborhood, Coors Field is an easy walk from Larimer Square. Baseball fans can cheer on the Rockies at one of the city’s top sports attractions. After the game, hang out at one of Larimer Square’s lively patio bars to recap the highlights over local craft beers. Whether you’re a history lover, avid shopper, food and drink connoisseur, or baseball fan, Larimer Square has something for your group. Let Charter Buses Denver handle the transportation to this historic downtown neighborhood. Our charter buses have room for groups large and small to travel in comfort.

Outdoorsy Washington Park

Nestled in the lush neighborhood of Washington Park West, Washington Park offers outdoors lovers gorgeous green spaces in the heart of Denver. The park’s 165 acres contain two large lakes, expansive lawns, tennis courts, playgrounds, flower gardens, and walking/biking trails. Visit Washington Park to take in views of the downtown skyline, breathe in the fresh air during an afternoon stroll, or break a sweat on a run or bike ride. The park also frequently hosts free outdoor events like yoga classes, concerts, and movie nights during the warmer months. After recharging in nature, head to South Gaylord Street, the commercial corridor running along Washington Park’s eastern edge. Gaylord Street is lined with shops ranging from antique stores to plant nurseries to boutiques. Grab a bite at an al fresco cafe or try your hand at the shooting games at the Wash Park Grille. Continue your outdoor adventures with a short walk west to the Denver Zoo, one of the city’s top attractions. With its abundance of green space, laidback vibe, and proximity to outdoor activities, Washington Park is a perfect destination for your next group trip to Denver. Charter Buses Denver can shuttle your hiking, biking, or yoga groups directly to Washington Park or any other nearby attraction you want to visit. Our charter buses are equipped for adventure with luggage storage, bike racks, and reclining seats to rest those outdoor-loving muscles.

Quirky South Broadway

As one of Denver’s up-and-coming neighborhoods, South Broadway offers an eclectic mix of quintessential Colorado experiences. The long stretch of Broadway between 1st and Evans Avenues is home to yoga studios, craft breweries, indie shops, street art, and cannabis dispensaries. Visitors can browse vinyl records at Wuxtry Records, sink into mountain pose at The Yoga Pod’s rooftop studio, sample beer flights at the Breckenridge Brewery “brewpub on the Creek,” pick up some unique home goods at Floyd’s 99 Cent Store, and explore the street art along Tennyson Street in the Art District on Santa Fe. After exploring South Broadway’s quirky small businesses, head just 10 minutes south to the Denver Zoo or Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Or stay nearby for an evening show at the Paramount Theatre, one of Denver’s historic live performance venues. Catch a Broadway tour performance like Wicked or rent out the elegant theater for your own private event. With its funky arts scene and anything-goes vibe, South Broadway has activities for every interest. Charter Buses Denver will get your group to this neighborhood’s dose of culture, craftsmanship, and Colorado charm. Our charter buses are perfect for moving large groups between South Broadway’s distinct pockets of attractions.

Lively LoDo

As downtown Denver’s oldest neighborhood, Lower Downtown (LoDo) seamlessly blends historic charm with a modern, high-energy atmosphere. During the day, LoDo draws shoppers with boutiques, art galleries, craft breweries, and restaurants lodged in revitalized warehouses and Victorian-era buildings. At night, crowds flock to LoDo’s bustling nightlife district touting sports bars, nightclubs, and rooftop patios. Visitors can also catch a baseball game at the nearby Coors Field or a hockey matchup at Ball Arena, home to the Colorado Avalanche. Must-see landmarks include Denver Union Station, the Oxford Hotel (Denver’s oldest hotel), and Larimer Square (Denver’s oldest block). Get your group’s picture taken with the 14-foot-blue bear sculpture at the Colorado Convention Center. And history buffs will love a walking tour of 19th-century buildings now home to trendy hangouts. With so much to see in LoDo, relying on public transportation like Denver’s RTD Light Rail can be complicated. Make transportation easy on your crew with one of Charter Buses Denver’s comfortable charter buses directly to LoDo’s attractions. After a day and night exploring Denver’s bustling urban heart, a charter bus provides your group with a guaranteed ride home.

Leafy Washington Virginia Vale

For a taste of neighborhood life in Denver, head to the scenic residential area of Washington Virginia Vale. Just southeast of downtown, this community offers visitors a relaxing change of pace with its abundant parks, sleepy streets, and local stores and restaurants. Take a stroll through Vanderbilt Park’s lush gardens or Cory-Merrill Park’s bike paths and tennis courts. Pop into indie cafes and shops along South Downing Street. Or grab authentic tacos and aguas frescas on Leetsdale Drive’s “Taco Row.” Washington Virginia Vale is also conveniently located near several top Denver attractions. After lunch at one of the local Mexican joints, your group can take a quick charter bus ride to City Park or the Denver Zoo. Or head to Glendale’s Infinity Park for an introduction to rugby or to catch an afternoon match.Washington Virginia Vale provides a charming residential backdrop for your low-key group adventures. Charter Buses Denver will get your neighborhood explorers, park strollers, or taco lovers to Washington Virginia Vale and other south Denver locales with ease. Our charter bus fleet offers plenty of room for groups and equipment.

Bustling Cherry Creek

The ritzy Cherry Creek neighborhood offers visitors a sophisticated taste of shopping, dining, arts, and culture. This district’s tree-lined streets contain a pedestrian-friendly mix of luxury hotels, high-fashion boutiques, art galleries, and upscale restaurants. The open-air Cherry Creek Shopping Center houses dozens of brand-name stores, making it a shopper’s paradise. Foodies will love the area’s fine dining options, like French bistro Panzano and modern American restaurant Seasons 52. When your group is ready for a culture fix, check out the exhibits at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival held each summer. You can also browse works by Andy Warhol, Georgia O’Keeffe, and others at the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art. Come evening, unwind at one of Cherry Creek’s many swanky hotel bars, like the chic Halcyon inside the Moxy Hotel. With its indulgent amenities, Cherry Creek is a perfect neighborhood for groups with discerning tastes. Let Charter Buses Denver chauffeur your group around Cherry Creek in style. Our luxury charter buses match the upscale vibe of this fashionable neighborhood. You’ll have a comfortable ride between 5-star dining, luxe shopping, and immersive art exhibits.

Energetic RiNo

RiNo (short for River North) is one of Denver’s trendiest and liveliest neighborhoods, offering urban crowds an industrial-chic backdrop for dining, nightlife, and entertainment. This formerly industrial pocket near downtown has transformed into a hub for street artists, craft brewers, and tech startups. Visitors can sip craft cocktails on an open-air patio at Denver Central Market, catch live music at the Mission Ballroom, browse galleries and street art along Brighton Boulevard, or take a craft brewery tour. Two major attractions located right in the RiNo neighborhood are also worth a visit. At Meow Wolf, you can play with adorable rescue cats and kittens while enjoying coffee and treats. And the 40,000-square-foot flagship REI store next to the South Platte River is a shopper’s paradise for outdoor gear. With its gritty-yet-hip vibe, RiNo offers events and experiences not found elsewhere in Denver. Charter Buses Denver will transport your group to sample this neighborhood’s local flavors and creative culture. Our charter bus fleet is versatile for large or small groups visiting for the day or settling in overnight at one of RiNo’s trendy hotels.

Historic Five Points

Five Points lays claim to being Denver’s oldest neighborhood and the childhood stomping grounds of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Today, Five Points pays homage to its heritage as Denver’s historically Black community while new developments usher in a fresh vibe. Visitors can learn about Five Point’s past at the Black American West Museum and view historic venues along Welton Street, part of the former “Harlem of the West.” Or they can shop the latest fashions at Brownstone as DJs spin hip-hop outside on sunny afternoons. When you’ve worked up an appetite, Five Points satisfy foodies with local soul food joints, barbecue shacks serving fall-off-the-bone brisket, Caribbean spice at Gabby’s West Indian, and Colorado’s only Ghanaian restaurant, Lincoln’s. As an entertainment district, Five Points also boasts some of Denver’s best live jazz clubs, like El Chapultepec and Tooey’s Off Colfax. This historic neighborhood has many layers to uncover on your visit. Let Charter Buses Denver provide easy transportation as your group explores Five Points’ storied past and vibrant culture. Our charter buses keep large groups together while on the move between historical sites, eateries, and music venues.

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From historic areas like Larimer Square to hip neighborhoods like RiNo, Denver has diverse districts to match any group’s interests. At Charter Buses Denver, we make exploring Denver easy and enjoyable with our fleet of well-appointed charter buses driven by experienced professionals. We provide transportation services for groups of all sizes and ages, from school field trips to senior excursions to craft brewery tours. Our charter bus amenities like luggage compartments, reclining seats, WiFi, and more keep passengers comfortable and connected. Ready to book your group’s transportation to Denver’s distinctive neighborhoods? Call Charter Buses Denver at (720) 315-7956 today to receive a free, no-obligation quote. We look forward to helping your group explore the Mile High City’s vibrant culture and natural beauty.