Tourist Attractions in Alberta Canada

Highlights for tourist attractions in Alberta Canada include Alberta prairie train, Lake Louise mountain resort, West Edmonton Mall, Stephen Avenue in Calgary, and Calgary Tower.

Alberta prairie train ( one of the most convenient ways to get to know the prairie areas of Alberta’s “wild west”, which the region is famous for, in addition to its mountains.

The train trip, which is available during the summer months, often takes place on a historic steam train, which depart to the prairie from the village of Stettler (

You can see the timetable for the steam train

As a destination, the trip goes to the Big Valley, which takes a total of about five to six hours, including stops with lunch breaks. The train company also offers different types of themed train trips on the prairie.

Lake Louise mountain resort ( is one of the biggest resorts of its kind within the Rocky Mountains, and especially popular during the winter period as a downhill skiing center.

As a place for downhill skiing, Lake Louise, within the majestic Banff National Park, offers a total of 4,200 acres of skiing surface, with a total of 139 different slopes, ranging from beginners slopes to super-steep professional slopes.

One of the most magnificent ways to stay within the area is to stay at the Chateau Lake Louise ( hotel, which is palatial hotel on one of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of the lake.

Tourist attractions in Alberta Canada also include West Edmonton Mall (, which is the biggest shopping and recreational center in North America, and also the most visited tourist attraction within Alberta.

The shopping mall consists of over 800 shops and services, over 100 restaurants and places to eat, as well as 9 world-class amusement and entertainment areas.

Area for the shopping mall is comparable to about 48 city blocks, so, to browse through the entire complex, you should reserve a lot of time. You can also stay overnight at the shopping center, as it contains two unique hotels.

Stephen Avenue ( in Calgary is the city’s number one shopping street.

The street is best known for having a wide variety of shopping and entertainment, including live street performers, music shows, street festivals, street artists, 9 major shopping malls / department stores, and the famous downtown Calgary retro movie theaters.

Along the street you can also find the finest restaurants in the city, many pubs, cafes, and bars, as well as a variety of special boutiques and galleries.

Calgary Tower (, on the other hand, is a 191-meter tall viewing tower within downtown, and it has become one of the most significant landmarks in the the region, and it is easy to combine with tour of the Stephen Avenue.

From the tower, you can see amazing views over the most modern Calgary, and there is also a glass-floor expansion available, where you’ll be staying “floating over the air”, with direct views to the corner of 9th Avenue South and Centre Street, directly below.

The tower also has a revolving restaurant called “Panorama Restaurant”, worth a visit as well.