Alberta is one of the western provinces of Canada, known for its vast grasslands, warm chinook and rodeos. It’s the perfect combination of adventure, natural beauty and urban convenience to the last holiday in Canada. Alberta is located just north of the U.S. state of Montana and the actions of the Park Waterton-Glacier International Peace with him. Near Banff National Park and Jasper National Park also attracts thousands of visitors each year for the stunning views and breathtaking nature with which the province has been blessed.
Alberta, with its rich history of dinosaurs roaming the grasslands, is a magnet for top amateur archaeologists and paleontologists like. In fact, the semi-tropical millions of years and now includes the largest collection of complete skeletons around the world. Do not forget to visit the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology Calgary to treat a dinosaur-sized.
The two main cities of Edmonton and Calgary bring urban flair to this western province strong and offers much to visitors looking for a real vacation in Canada. Calgary hosted the 1988 Olympics and now allows residents and visitors to use the large park, called the Canada Olympic Park, and most installations.
Prince’s Island Park, located in the center of the Bow River, Calgary is a mecca for summer activities. From running and skating with picnic and sunbathing, residents and visitors enjoy everything. It is accessible via various bridges across the roads of the city and charm along the shore.
Edmonton is the capital of Alberta and as such has a variety of museums, historical sites and cultural centers to attract tourists to stay. Edmonton is a combination of fine art and aesthetics of western adventures and urban landscapes. None of this is presented rather than the Royal Museum of Alberta. This award-winning museum in a park like setting that takes visitors on a tour of the human and natural history of Canada and should not be missed.
When planning your vacation in Canada does not forget everything that Alberta continues to offer, whether it’s your first trip or if you are a veteran.