Aurora Travel Guide

Aurora Tourism | Aurora Guide

You're Going to Love Aurora

Aurora is Colorado's third-largest city and home to the Rocky Mountain and Great Sand Dunes National Parks. If you love adventure, then Aurora's diverse outdoor recreation activities are waiting for you.

Get a glimpse of the Rocky Mountains nearby as you glide down the slopes of Aurora's various ski resorts.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Aurora

What to do in Aurora

When to Visit Aurora

Estimated hotel price

Aurora in {1}

1 night at 3-star hotel
Prices are not fixed and may vary with time

November to March is moderately cold and consistent year-round. However, March usually brings a foot of snow in Aurora making it the coldest peak season for skiing.

Average temperatures
Fahrenheit (°F)
When the weather is nice in Aurora

How to Get to Aurora

Airports near Aurora

CYS Cheyenne

Airlines serving Aurora

Good (61,512 reviews)
Excellent (24,202 reviews)
Good (20,068 reviews)
Good (36,447 reviews)
Good (2,672 reviews)
Good (3,145 reviews)
Good (22,517 reviews)
Excellent (7,639 reviews)
Show more

Where to Stay in Aurora

The conveniently located Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center is highly recommended. Amenities include free WiFi, refrigerator, and an outdoor pool. The Radisson Hotel Denver Southeast's amenities include a coffeemaker, hair dryers, and a fitness center.

Popular Neighborhoods in Aurora

Where to stay in popular areas of Aurora

Most booked hotels in Aurora

How to Get Around Aurora

The Cost of Living in Aurora

Shopping Streets

The Town Center at Aurora is an enclosed, two-level shopping mall with over 150 stores and restaurants. Southlands is another mall in Aurora that has shops, restaurants, local events, and an AMC movie theater.

Groceries and Other

Arash International Market sells a wide selection of products from all around the world. Europa Grocery carries a plethora of European cheeses, meats, chocolates, and dairy goods. A gallon of milk is $5, a dozen eggs runs $4.50, and a loaf of bread is $1.50.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket

Where to Eat in Aurora

Aurora's cuisine is influenced by a mixture of American, Mexican, and Greek cultures. Savor Sam's No. 3's famous chili rellenos and eggs for $9.99, or indulge in the splendor of a nightclub atmosphere at the Summit Steakhouse. Entrees start at $17.

Most popular restaurants in Aurora

Bent Fork Grill - Aurora
Comfort Food
Excellent (110 reviews)
Wine Experience Cafe and World Cellar
Contemporary American
Excellent (42 reviews)
Comida- Stanley
Contemporary Mexican
Excellent (41 reviews)
Helga's German Restaurant & Deli
Excellent (38 reviews)
Bubba's 33 - Aurora - PRIORITY SEATING
Excellent (28 reviews)
Flaming Joe's Seafood
Excellent (15 reviews)
Other popular cities in Colorado