DENVER -- Colorado has so much to offer that it can be difficult to figure out where to go or what to do when you're planning a trip. If you're traveling in state this summer, the Colorado Tourism Office is taking some stress out of the planning process.
The website Colorado.com offers custom itineraries based on destination and trip duration.
"Many of us don't have time to plot out distances, and put together interesting experiences, figure out great places to eat. These are offered up as ready made solution," said Cathy Ritter, with the Colorado Tourism Office.
Through the website, would-be travelers can click on 'Colorado Field Guide' and choose from various regions on the drop down list. For example, if you click Denver there's an option to explore the city's creative side or kid-approved destinations.
"These itineraries offer travelers a place to stay every night, places to eat, at least three things to do during the day," said Ritter.