This culturally rich Canadian city serves up outdoor fun — along with culinary magic.

Calgary, Alberta, is so much more than a gateway to nearby Banff National Park and home to the world-famous Calgary Stampede. Beyond the Rockies and rodeos, the city itself offers vibrant cultural districts, especially downtown and along the RiverWalk lining the Bow River. And there’s a spirited culinary movement that’s serving up locally sourced beef, Asian-inspired food and so much more — all of which are best enjoyed with one of Calgary’s own craft beers.

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Explore Calgary

  • Downtown
  • Kensington
  • East Village
  • Beltline



Downtown Calgary is a pedestrian-friendly area with shopping, dining and entertainment along the Stephen Avenue Walk. Be sure to climb the Calgary Tower for a panoramic view of the area.

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Dining, Arts, Shopping

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Kensington's most famous landmark is the red Peace Bridge crossing the Bow River. This extremely walkable neighborhood combines modern architecture with centuries-old preserved landmarks.

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Nightlife, Coffee, Dining, Local Shops

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East Village


Calgary's East Village has undergone a multiyear revitalization project. Now, locally owned businesses occupy the converted warehouses, all within walking distance of the city's preeminent cultural institutions, such as Studio Bell and the Central Library.

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Outdoor Adventure, Attractions , Coffee, Dining, Street Art

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The Beltline is an eclectic area filled with independent stores and trendy restaurants. Swing by Stampede Park, home to the Calgary Stampede, or wander through the landscaped gardens at Central Memorial Park.

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Dining, Nightlife

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Nearby Hotels and Resorts

Stay in The Center of it All

Immerse yourself in your destination at these centrally located hotels.

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Plan a Three-Day Escape to Calgary

Pedestrian walkway at nighttime

Explore Downtown Calgary

Make downtown Calgary the launching point for your weekend visit. Start off by immersing yourself in the cultural center of the city, visiting Studio Bell and the Central Library and end by dining at a locally owned restaurant.

Modern bridge over water to downtown

Brewery Hop at the RiverWalk

Calgary's craft beer and culinary scene have been expanding at a rapid pace over the past decade, ushering in new talent and championing chefs who focus on sustainably sourced food. Spend your Saturday strolling — or biking — the RiverWalk along Bow River.

Overhead shot of pasta dish

Take a Food Tour

Taste the culinary offerings Calgary has to offer by signing up for a food tour over brunch and dining in one of the city's premier restaurants in the Beltline. In between, try snow-tubing or zip lining at WinSport park.

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