The city's main pedestrian districts each have a character of their own. Calgary's original mainstreet, Inglewood, is filled with history while Uptown 17 is filled with the spirit of youth. Take some time to enjoy the flavour of each neighbourhood.
The new brand is 17th Ave Retail & Entertainment District - a name that embraces Calgary’s much-loved colour while recognizing the area’s best assets.
Bridgeland was once the heart of the city’s Italian and Ukrainian immigrant communities.
Chinatown remains a vibrant cultural hub featuring Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and South Asian restaurants as well as shops, grocers and bakeries.
Eclectic boutiques, sumptuous delis, bustling markets and art studios as well as thriving pubs and clubs.
One of the city’s best-known dining destinations.
Now just across the Elbow River from the current city centre, it has retained much of its Old Calgary charm.
Often described as trendy, Kensington Village certainly is that, but not in the mainstream sense.
It is both a shopping destination for clothing and accessories and a hot restaurant zone
Home to an array of contemporary fine art galleries, architectural offices and home-builder services.
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