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Cheap Flights to Calgary (YYC)

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02 Mar 2023
11 Mar 2023
$ 390.08
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29 Mar 2023
$ 469.97
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Flights to Calgary (YYC)

Calgary is the perfect fusion of traditional and modern Western Canadian legacy. Fly with Cheapflightsfares and grab the best cheap airline tickets to Calgary.

About Calgary

Calgary is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Canada. The city’s proximity to the Rocky Mountains on the western horizon along with its renowned national parks also makes it a popular spot for hiking, skiing and sightseeing vacation. The city offers plenty of entertainment opportunities as well.

Tourist Attractions

Calgary Stampede – The 10-day long stampede is the most prominent tourist attraction of Calgary in the summer season. Held every year in July, it is a famous rodeo show that showcases almost every style of cowboy entertainment alongside pancake breakfasts.

Rocky Mountaineer Rail Journey – Running between the cities of Calgary and Vancouver, a ride of this palatial train offers some of the most scenic views of the snow-capped mountains. Some of the other highlights include Rogers Pass, Lake Louise and Kicking Horse Pass.

Calgary Zoo and Prehistoric Park – Sitting atop St. George's Island nestled in the Bow River, the zoo houses many endangered and rare species of wildlife along with Botanical Gardens. The best time to explore the zoo is in the spring season.

Heritage Park – Heritage Park will take you back to the time of pioneering period featuring many rebuilt historic buildings from four different eras. There is also a Gasoline Alley museum showcasing one-of-a-kind vintage vehicles.

Canada Olympic Park –In 1988, the park played host to the XV Olympic Winter Games. Today, it is a popular recreation spot offering opportunities for various activities like skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, zip-lining and many more.

Prince's Island Park – Located in downtown Calgary, Prince’s Island Park is a large green space and offers many biking and walking areas. It also hosts numerous plays and outdoor concerts in the summer months.

When to Visit

The best time to explore Calgary is June through August when the events are in full swing. If you’re planning to go skiing, then visit between November and March when the skiing conditions are at their best. But if you’re traveling on budget, then plan a visit in the winter season when you can find cheap flights to Calgary alongside low-cost hotel tariffs.

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Major Airport

Calgary International Airport (YYC) is the primary commercial airport serving the city. It is located at a distance of 11 miles from the center of the city.

Know More about Calgary

The Calgary Stampede led to the nickname of the city ‘Cowtown’. It was the first city of Canada to host the Winter Olympic Games in 1988.

Calgary boasts of a very diverse economy exercising strengths in financial services, technology, energy, film and television productions, manufacturing, retail, transportation and logistics, healthcare and tourism.