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Breck village is so colourful and easy to walk through. Lots of shops to peruse. Loads of places to see and enjoy. There is a shop with amazing semipretios stones, wow, must be seen. Amethyst and loads more, awsome.
The only chain I noticed was Starbucks and that is still in a pretty building and blends in. Old gold mining town, blend of old and new but character maintained. Interesting street with good restaurants and cafes, specialty shops and boutiques, good quality merchandise. Evidence...More
Historic Breckenridge Main Street is a charming location to walk, shop and eat/drink during winter, particularly a great place to unwind after a day of skiing the slopes. The trees are beautifully decorated with lights and boughs of spruce/pine adorned the bannisters so there is...More
My wife and I recently traveled to Breckenridge and spent most of the day walking main street. Some of the shops are interesting, but nothing stood out except for the large number of real estate offices. I do recommend trying the Thrift Store though, especially...More
There’s a little candle shop in town where you can watch them hbd up candles. The name slips my mind but it isn’t really cool. ALso the tea shop in town was lovely. There’s something for everyone for sure.
Great breakfast place in this neat little town! The English Muffins here are some of the best I have ever tasted! Chili is off the hook great and so was the corn beef hash! The English Muffins are home made and way better than the...More
Breck main street used to be quaint, now it's just horrendously overcrowded. It's nice enough to be worth a stroll midweek/offseason, but not nearly nice enough for putting up with the mob scene the rest of the time.
In Breckenridge for a ski vacation with extended family and took one day off to rest and explore the town. The ladies had a great tie checking out the various shops of all types. There is something for every taste here from high end art...More
Response from TimothyOFaust | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There are numerous shuttle services from DIA, and there is a much cheaper bus (The Bustang) that goes from downtown Denver to Frisco twice and day. Frisco is the next town over from Breck, and there are easily... More
Yes. There are numerous shuttle services from DIA, and there is a much cheaper bus (The Bustang) that goes from downtown Denver to Frisco twice and day. Frisco is the next town over from Breck, and there are easily accessible free buses that go from Frisco to Breckenridge.
Response from Ale201362 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late reply. If you are looking for snow I’m not sure there will be any. If what you want are the sights and to see the pretty little town probably yes. We are planning to go back to Colorado in the autumn to... More
Sorry for the late reply. If you are looking for snow I’m not sure there will be any. If what you want are the sights and to see the pretty little town probably yes. We are planning to go back to Colorado in the autumn to see the change of leaves. It most be breathtaking.