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The Durango Area Tourism Office (DATO) is located at 802 Main Avenue. It’s open to visitors seven days a week year round from 9am to 7pm in the summer and 6pm in the winter. Call 800-463-8726 to request that a free Durango Area Travel Planner be sent to you, or use the new interactive itinerary builder right on the website. In person or via the website, the tourism office can help visitors make train, plane, and hotel reservations, or offer information on attractions, activities, restaurants, and special events.
The tourism office offers Durango Central Reservations as a no-cost service for you to compare real-time rates, availability and amenities of lodging and activity options. This free service can help you to find lodging from B&B's to Cabins, Condos to Vacation Homes, and Hotels to Motels. Durango Central Reservations also offers most of the area activities such as Mesa Verde, the Durango and Silverton Train and much more as well as unique and discounted packages. Another good resource is Durango Downtown, a vacation travel and relocation guide, with information on attractions, accommodations, real estate, and the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Another good source for planning is Durango.com and 360Durango. You can also look to the Durango Mountain Resort for helpful advice. Much of the information is about the resort itself, though it may be of interest even to travelers who are not staying there, since you can buy a day pass to enjoy many of the resort’s amenities. You can also find information on the surrounding area.