Calgary Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 75%Business Travelers
- 74%Family Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (63)
- CalgaryOct 21, 2013
Calgary - Cow Town, the home of The Flames. The biggest city in Alberta is the start, end and highlight of many a trip to this neck of the woods. Home to the Stampede a vibrant restaurant and bar scene and a stack of cowboy culture. Giddy-up!
- CalgaryOct 20, 2013
This is now (2013) my home base again after being out and about this beautiful world. I have lived in this city for half of my life. This city is only a hour away from the mountains and the best skiing in the world. It is also home to many festivals and of course the Calgary Stampede. Lots to do, many many different cultures mixed together, great food, music, theater and dance. The city have a Louge and an in-city ski hill for winter fun and lots of golf courses in the summer and parks etc.
- CalgaryDec 03, 2012
Calgary, i love this place at first sight. It gives u everything like Ur basic needs, opportunity to grow, better life 4 ur children , really beautiful places to hang around. Peoples are really cool here. this place is land of opportunistic & cultural diversities...cheers for calgary
- CalgaryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Nov 27, 2012
Good place for ice wine and nature. Love the Lake Louis in the national park. Went there twice, once in summer, once in winter. I love the winter better, just because you get to ice-skate on a lake IN THE NATURE. And there is also a hot spring pool around too.
- CalgaryMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory Buffs+ 1Aug 29, 2012
This has been my hometown for almost 30 years. It does not have great cultural institutions like major cities such as London, Paris, Rome or New York, but the proximity to the mountains and all the outdoor pursuits they offer are a major reason to visit. While here, there are some pretty good restaurants to enjoy.
- CalgaryJul 05, 2012
Great town. Stayed in the local Fairmont Hotel - as with others in this chain, a fine old railway hotel. The trains still run right by. Found a wonderful cheese & wine bar on the pedestrian mall: select your cheese from a list of several dozen. Nice. Nice small city to stroll around, and a gateway into the mountains. I would like to go back for the famous rodeo.
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