What province is Banff in?
What province is Calgary in?
Do you need a passport to go to Banff National Park?
A: As of January 2007 valid Passports are required for all visitors to Canada – this is the same for U.S. citizens who previously were able to enter sans Passport.
Is Banff in Eastern or Western Canada?
The town of Banff is small and snuggled in a small mountain valley in Banff National Park in western Canada’s Alberta province.
What language is spoken in Banff?
Language. With around 300 languages spoken in America and Canada, English and French have always been the main languages in Banff, and most signposts and tourist leaflets in the townsite display both. Canadian English is widely spoken in Banff and is based very much upon British English, with many unique expressions.
Is Banff closer to Calgary or Edmonton?
Most visitors coming from outside of Canada fly into either Calgary or Edmonton International airport in the province of Alberta. Calgary is the closest to the mountains, the town site of Banff is less than a 2 hour drive away. From the Edmonton airport it’s a 4 hour drive to Jasper or 4.5 hours to Banff.