Tourists arriving to Edmonton International Airport have to consider that it isnâ€™t connected to the city by public transport. For 15 dollars you can get to the city center by bus; taxi would cost about 4 times more.
Travelers who have enough time and want to visit nearby cities are recommended to use Greyhound intercity buses. Comfortable buses are ready to take passengers to any place of interest as soon as possible.
The main form of public transport in Edmonton is bus; the most popular routes cruise the city from 5:00 am to 1:00 am. You can also travel by high-speed trains; bus and train tickets cost about the same, about $
Edmonton is sure to appeal to those who prefer two-wheeled transport. The city has lots of bike rentals; you can travel by two-wheelers all over the city. Local people donâ€™t leave their bikes even in winter, although it isnâ€™t so good to spin the pedals in the cold weather.
Edmonton has a very pleasant climate. There are only several excessively hot days in summer, and in winter the weather is very mild. The hottest period is from mid-July to mid-September; at that time daily temperature is about + 25Â°C. In winter, the temperature is usually about 0Â°C.