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Colorado Travel Guide

by WCC on March 13, 2012

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Colorado is located in the western United States and is bordered by the federal states of Utah and Arizona in the west, New Mexico and Oklahoma in the South, Kansas in the east and Nebraska and Wyoming in the north. You can find many places there; Denver (capital), Colorado Springs, Boulder, Pueblo, and Loveland.

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There are so many objects that you can visit, like Mesa Verde National Park, Black Canyon of-the-Gunnison National Park, Garden of the Gods, Rocky Mountain National Park, Great Sanddunes, Pikes Peak, Royal Gorge Bridge, and Durango – Silverton Railroad.

In the state of Colorado, as everywhere else in the U.S., spoke English. However, the capital city of Denver is now a large percentage of citizens with Spanish or Mexican immigrant. So it can happen easily that you encounter bilingual signs. Even as a German-speaking tourist should be quite careful with his statements. Because Colorado has been selected by many German emigrates as a new home goal.

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The journey will take place in most cases by plane for the International Airport of Denver. This airport is served by all U.S. and many international airlines. Colorado can also be reached by car. This is a well-developed road network. From the west and the east leads to Interstate 70 through Colorado. In addition, there is the Interstate 76 to the east of Denver. From the North or South Interstate 25 goes through this state. Colorado is known for the wild west. Colorado hosts many plays on Wild West.

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