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The gateway to fabulous scenery in any direction you choose. This is an oil town filled with gleaming medium rise buildings and its most notable landmark, The Calgary Tower, offers great views over the Rocky Mountains. It is best known for the Calgary Stampede - the rodeo and wildwest show which takes place every July. If you plan to visit then, book early!

The Calgary Tower: Commanding a great view over the city and the surroundings and on a clear day you can see the Rockies. It features a revolving gourmet restaurant, a bar and observation deck.

Canada Olympic Park: Take a tour of the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics, which includes going to the top of the ski jump for a fantastic view. There is also an on-site museum, as well as the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame.

Calgary Exhibition and Stampede: The Calgary Stampede is called "the greatest outdoor show on earth". During Stampede, everyone dresses as a cowboy or cowgirl. Stampede Park features a rodeo, chuckwagon races, a grandstand stage spectacular, a casino and lots of free entertainment.

Heritage Park: One of the largest living historical villages in North America, on 66 acres of land near the Glenmore Reservoir. Attractions include a working Steam Engine, 155 historical exhibits, a candy store and bakery, old fashioned amusement park and ride on the S.S.Moyie, a paddlewheel boat.

Stephen Avenue Walk: Declared a National Historic District by the Canadian Government, one of Calgary's most famous streets, it is a major venue for boutique shopping, bars, pubs and restaurants.