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Getting Here

Whether you're flying, driving or even taking a train here, Edmonton is a transportation hub and can easily be visited in any season. There is a new eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) for countries that do not need a visa to visit Canada - you can find it here.

Flying
Edmonton International Airport has up to 60 non-stop national, US and international destinations. Whether you're coming from Los Angeles, Denver, Houston or even London, England, non-stop service is the ideal way to fly into Edmonton. Edmonton International Airport is also regularly adding new flights. They've recently added direct service to Edmonton from Amsterdam, Seattle, and even Reykjavik, Iceland!

Driving
Edmonton is connected to Saskatchewan and British Columbia via Highway 16 (Yellowhead Trail within city limits), and Calgary via Queen Elizabeth II Highway.

By Rail
Looking for the scenic route? Edmonton is fully accessible through Via Rail Canada. Bask in the magnificence of the Canadian Rockies or the beauty of the windswept prairies as you make your way across Canada.