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Regardless of what you're into, Edmonton's got it - and it all can be found in the mall. Edmonton is home to the largest mall in North America... it's literally the size of a small city. With your shopping, dining, and entertainment itches scratched, Edmonton is also a fantastic springboard for outdoor adventures. Jasper, one of Canada's most spectacular National Parks, is just a few hours' drive away.
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If you need to get into town from the airport, you’ve got lots of options! Edmonton Skyshuttle provides transportation to and from the airport, or you can catch Route 747, a bus service from the airport to Century Park Station (where you can also catch the LRT). Red Arrow also provides transportation from many surrounding cities.
Once you’re in the city, you can take advantage of their extensive bus and LRT service – you can either pay per trip or purchase a day pass. Use their handy trip planner here! They also have all major car rental companies, as well as Uber in case you want to catch a ride in a hurry.
Take advantage of a free walking tour in the summer, hosted by the Friends of Royal Alberta Museum Society, or check out a food festival, concert or movie in one of the many city parks. Edmonton also has over 200km of bike and walking trails to explore, so see how far your legs can take you! Edmonton is also home to a handful of Art Walks, where you can take a stroll and see art in action.
Did you know that Edmonton is home to North America’s largest mall – West Edmonton Mall! Spanning the equivalent of 48 city blocks, this mall has it all – the world’s largest indoor wave pool, a pirate ship, a roller coaster, live penguins, mini golf, restaurants, a hotel, and of course – tons of shopping! You could easily spend a few days exploring what this world-class mall has to offer.
What to eat in Edmonton? Some places to check out in the capital of Alberta including Corso 32, Bar Bricco, Uccellino, Duchess Bakeshop, Woodwork, Padmanadi.
Five things to do in Edmonton, go snow tubing, visit the Royal Alberta Museum, party bike with Urban Pedal, Farmer's Market, and Edmonton Fringe Festival.
Five things to see in Edmonton, Elk Island National Park, Jasper & Columbia Icefield, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Indigenous artwork and year-round sports.