Visiting Boise and transfers to the Treasure Valley area
Few cities have more sense of awe than Boise, Idaho. As the capital of Idaho and the third largest city throughout the Pacific Northwest, Boise makes its mark by being a mixture of downtown modernism and eclectic Americana. Whether it be the astounding countryside known for growing America’s potatoes or the ever-growing businesses in the trendy restaurant district, there’s something for just about anyone in Boise.
Visitors arriving to the city can book ahead of their visit for hotel rooms or check into one once they arrive. There are an abundance of hotels to select from such as the Riverside Hotel or the Wyndham Garden Boise Airport which is less than a mile from the Boise Airport. Regardless of your travel accommodation you are sure to find the room that best fits your budget and comfort.
Idaho is regarded to be one of the finest states in the US because of its vast landscapes, panoramic views, and hilly terrains, think forests, and scattered wildlife. Due to extreme conditions, the state is not a very populous one compared to other states of the country. Present in between the Sawtooth National Forest and Morley Nelson National Conservation Area is Boise City. It is the most populous city in the state. The city has remarkably gorgeous views on offer, as here you will find a mix of manmade structures and natural architect.
Lush green views in the fall and summer season with snow-covered scenes during the months of winter are enjoyed here. The people of the city live in beautiful houses and enjoy natural views all around them. You won’t find a gigantic skyline but the buildings, which are available here, present worthy sights. Of the very few architectural beauties present in the city, one is BOI Airport. Located on the eastern edge of the city it is only a few minute walks from Sawtooth Forest Reserve.
World Center for Birds of Prey
Old Idaho State Penitentiary
|Flying into Boise Airport|
Boise Airport is located 3-4 miles south of Boise, making it relatively easy to get into the city. If you’re looking to get around without a rental car, contact Boise Airport Taxi for a speedy and comfortable ride.
|Boise Airport Transportation|
If taxies aren’t your thing or you simply need a larger vehicle, you can get a shuttle ride from several companies, including Boise Shuttle Services and American Eagles Shuttles, both of which should be contacted ahead of time for easy pickup.
|Nearby hotels in Boise|
The Grove Hotel is a 3-star resort specializing in business and conferences. The resort has exceptional rooms as well as its own spa, not to mention complimentary Wi-Fi. If you’re looking for something even more upper class, visit Hotel 43, a 4-star resort that has rooms at about the same price, offering airport shuttles and top of the line style.
The Melting Pot is one of Boise’s most popular destinations, offering delicious fondue meals and casual dishes. If you want a not-so-sweet meal, check out the chic American restaurant, Berryhill. Located in the heart of downtown, the restaurant’s atmosphere is as inviting as the menu.
|Things to do in Boise|
If you’re tired of seeing the inside of your hotel room, get out and take an adventure into Boise’s wild outdoors. Whether it be at the Ridge to River Trail System or the beautiful Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center, there is so much beauty and wildlife in Boise you will want to come back again on your next visit.