The fifth largest metropolitan area in Canada is the city of Calgary in Alberta. It is the largest city between Vancouver and Toronto. Access to Calgary is easy through Calgary International Airport. It has four concourses in one terminal. Oddly enough, if you are coming in from the US from just south of the border, it is a challenge, as the closest cities with flights to Calgary are Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, and Salt Lake City. As you go further away, for instance to Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York, there are more flights to Calgary
In Calgary, visit the Downtown Office Core, which is the business district. Many of the tall buildings are connected in a 16 km long network of elevated bridges and walkways. Most of these are enclosed or covered, so that pedestrians are sheltered as they travel between the downtown buildings. Another interesting part of town is the Eau Claire/Festival District. There are many restaurants, shops, hotels, and other interesting attractions. This section of town includes the Eau Claire Market, Prince's Island Park, and Barclay Parade. Olympic Plaza is also worth a visit, as it is the public square built as the site for the medal presentations during the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.
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