Vacancy Reward recommends a holiday in Calgary, the third largest city of Canada that has lots to offer. Magnificent buildings, museums and forts depict the present and past of this city while its natural beauty and exciting recreational keeps the family friendly tourists busy and entertained. With limited holiday time and varied attractions of Calgary, it becomes difficult select which one to visit and which one to leave out. Kids can enjoy its zoo and amusements parks while adults can visit its historical sites, museums and outdoor adventures.
Vacancy Reward members are aware that Calgary Tower’s is the tallest structure in Calgary’s skyline. Moreover, the greatest attraction of the tower is its Observation Terrace, which offers panoramic views of the city from a height of 190 meters. It is the highest tower constructed an angle of 360° with a glass floored observation deck on this planet and the view from it is truly exhilarating. History lovers would relish the chance to visit Fort Calgary, located at the junction of the Bow and Elbow rivers, east of downtown on a 40-acre site. This was originally built by North West Mounted Police to keep American whiskey traders at bay. The fort has great history, it was abandoned after its construction and rediscovered in 1975. The structure portrays lot of history and culture of its past era.
Vacancy Reward members know that the must see area’s of Calgary are its famous Calaway Park, the largest outdoor amusement park in Western Canada that provides rides and amusement for the whole family. With 31 rides, especially designed choreographed for thrill seekers, 20 food locations, souvenir shops, games and candy store, there is something for every member of the family to enjoy. The most notable rides in the park are Vortex, The Storm, Ball crawl, Bumper boats and of course the Roller Coaster. One thing that all tourist need to keep in mind planning a trip to Calgary is that the park is only open from May to October and so they should plan their holiday accordingly and enjoy the fun filled recreational offered there.