Calgary is the natural hub for travel to Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies.
Beyond the region's famed western flair and spectacular natural beauty, Calgary is emerging as a popular urban destination – thanks in part to a young, educated population of over one million.
Calgary is home to world-class attractions and festivals, and a culture of hospitality that welcomes visitors from all backgrounds.
The Calgary International Airport, just 20 minutes from downtown, receives daily non-stop flights from most major international locations.
Calgary offers a striking variety of natural landscapes within easy day-tripping distance: Banff and Kananaskis are less than an hour and a half west by bus, while the famed badlands and dinosaur beds of Drumheller are less than two hours east.
The Calgary Stampede, which draws a million visitors a year, is just one of many outstanding Calgary attractions.
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Calgary Travel Trade Profile