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Visit the beautifully blessed Boulder, Colorado

Visit the beautifully blessed Boulder, Colorado

Boulder is a beautiful city of State of Colorado in US, surrounded by mountains and greenery. It is located at 5430 feet above the sea level on the foothills of Rocky Mountains, Colorado. Boulder is 11th most populous city of Colorado and mostly famous for its trails offering great experience of hiking, climbing and biking, great weather, refreshing food, great scenic beauty, rich culture and great history. Boulder City was actually a part of Nebraska Territory in 18th century and became a county seat of the Territory of Colorado in 1861. Boulder started to become a business hub during 1950-70 and became one of the world’s largest tea producers in quick period. Boulder, once a part of the Great American Desert, has today become a great tourist attraction because of its healthy lifestyle.


Because of the altitude way above sea level, Boulder has a mild climate with less humid summers and winters. The weather remains pleasant throughout the year and almost 300 days remain sunny. The summers are quite hot but winters are not so cold. The average temperature during winters is 45 degrees and offers great climate for outdoor adventures. July is the hottest month of the year.

How to get here?

How to get here

Boulder city is served by Boulder Municipal Airport which is just 3 miles from the city centre. The nearest international airport is Denver International Airport which receives most major airline carriers and just 45 minutes away from Boulder. You can easily get Yellow cab, Metro Taxi, airport shuttles, Buses and group charter to get to city downtown from airport. There are always limousines and rental cars available to wander around the city. If you are on the right day at the Boulder Municipal Airport, on Father’s Day, then you can be a part of celebration called Airport day.

Accommodation and Food


Whether you need a luxurious hotel or a classic hotel or a boutique hotel, you will get any type of accommodation you want. The first choice of visitors here is Hotel Boulderado on 13th street which is famous as one of the first hotels in Boulder. It has 160 luxurious guest rooms and suites. There are other choices also like St. Julien Hotel & Spa with a package to give you 10% discount in the Spa gift shop. In budget accommodations there is Bradley Boulder Inn, Boulder Creek Quality Inn & Suites, Boulder University Inn, Hampton Inn, Foot on the Mountain Hotel, Boulder Twin Lakes Inn and much more.

The Kitchen, Boulder

Boulder is not famous for only its flagship college campus but it also has health focused and delicious food for its visitors. You will surely love pates, seared scallops and hand cut pastas of The Kitchen at Pearl Street and eggs pontchartrain or pain perdu of Lucile’s at 14th Street. Snarf’s on the Pearl Street is very famous for special sandwiches with salads, soups and sides. One of the best coffee shops is Atlas Purveyors with free wifi and board games. Other good options include Shamane’s Bake Shoppe, Frasca, Flagstaff House, Oak, Pizzeria Locale, Jax Fish House and more.

The Attractions



Flatirons are five natural rock formations located in Chautauqua Park and provide some iconic and breathtaking view of the mountains. There are some amazing climbing routes and climbs here on the foothills made of fountain formation sandstone. Hikers and rock climbers love this place because of excellent rock grades.

Pearl Street Mall

Pearl Street Orange Tulips

Located on the Broadway Street, Pearl Street Mall is a four block public mall and a great shopping destination for visitors. The mall was constructed in 1976 and opened its gates to public in 1977. It was designed by Everett Ziegel Associates, CommArts Inc. and Massachusetts based Sasaki Associates. Pearl Street Mall is home of a lot of locally owned businesses, stores and restaurants. It also provides a stage for various events, street performers and musicians.

Flagstaff Mountain

Flagstaff Mountain

Flagstaff Mountain is a famous mountain located on the west of Boulder providing some spectacular views of the city. This area is operated by the Boulder Mountain Parks Division and the trails here are used by hikers, horseback riders, dog walkers and bicyclists. This mountain is one of the most famous areas for rock climbing in the whole city.

Mesa Laboratory

Mesa Lab with backdrop of Flatirons (DI01713)

The Mesa Laboratory of the National Center for Atmospheric Research is a research center designed by architect I.M. Pei during 1961 to 1967. It is located at Table Mesa Dr in Boulder and remains open for the public everyday. It features a lot of exhibits, public tours and custom school field trips so that people and children can increase their awareness about the atmosphere. The admission and parking is totally free here.

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is a museum featuring five exhibition halls representing anthropology, botany, entomology, geology and zoology. The museum is located on the University of Colorado campus and easily accessible by buses, taxis and cabs. There is also the museum gift shop which offers pottery, rugs, toys and kits for children and some fine jewelry.

University of Colorado Museum of Natural Historyy

The museum remains open everyday and admission is free but donations are appreciated by the museum which is $3 for adults and $1 for children and senior citizen. The museum holds a lot of adult educational programs and activities everyday including lectures, workshops and guided tours for children.

Other attractions include The Hill, Fox Theatre, Bolder Boulder, Coors Events Campus, NedFest, Avery Brewing Company and others.

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