Perché noleggiare un'auto con BA?

Prenoti un'auto a noleggio presso British Airways, in collaborazione con Avis, per usufruire di grandi vantaggi:

  • Ottime tariffe e flessibilità
  • Combini il volo con un'auto per risparmiare
  • Ampia e comoda scelta di uffici noleggio
  • Accumuli Avios con ogni noleggio
  • Tutte le spese obbligatorie sono comprese
  • Assistenza clienti 24 ore al giorno
  • Conducente aggiuntivo gratuito per i soci Executive Club
  • Si iscriva ad Avis Preferred gratuitamente per evitare le code e ritirare l'auto più rapidamente

Calgary fly-drive holidays

Explore an unmatched variety of natural settings and outdoor opportunities on a Calgary fly drive holiday. Booking a flight and car package with British Airways allows you to enjoy the many benefits that come with our Calgary car hire.

Calgary’s family-friendly attractions and urban activities are a short drive from the dramatic scenery and recreational opportunities of some of the world’s best-known mountain parks, ski resorts and archeologically important heritage sites. Calgary car hire will allow you to take it all in at your own pace.

Calgary fly-drive holidays

Fly drive itineraries we recommend from Calgary

Calgary to Banff and Lake Louise.

Calgary to Banff and Lake Louise

Just 80 miles up the Trans-Canada Highway from Calgary, the Banff town site nestles among the rugged peaks at the heart of Canada’s most popular national park and ski destination. Visit the hot springs at Cave and Basin National Historic Site and the Banff Gondola Mountaintop, then cruise another 34 miles to Lake Louise, where its namesake luxury resort sits on a pristine, glacier-fed lake.

Calgary to Jasper.

Calgary to Jasper

The town of Jasper in Jasper National Park is a very scenic 256-mile drive from Calgary along the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies through Banff and Yoho national parks and Lake Louise. Ride the Jasper Tramway, Canada’s highest gondola, drive the Icefields Parkway and traverse the mighty glaciers of the Columbia Icefields or play a round of golf at the breathtaking Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course.

Calgary to Edmonton.

Calgary to Edmonton

A 180-mile drive from Calgary on Highway 2 North, the beautiful North Saskatchewan River Valley park system at Edmonton’s heart features an extensive network of parks, trails and wildlife areas. Make sure to visit the sparkling Art Gallery of Alberta, designed by Frank Gehry, and the Whyte Avenue shopping area, and take in events such as the wildly popular Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival.

Calgary to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.

Calgary to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

A UNESCO World Heritage Site 115 miles south of Calgary, aboriginal people hunted buffalo at what is now known as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump for thousands of years, stampeding them over a sandstone cliff. The rugged site in Alberta’s Rocky Mountain foothills now features a year-round interpretive centre. Traditional native drumming and dancing sessions are presented each Wednesday from July to August.

Calgary to Dinosaur Provincial Park.

Calgary to Dinosaur Provincial Park

One of the world’s biggest dinosaur fossil beds is located in the Alberta badlands just 73 miles southeast of Calgary. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dinosaur Provincial Park is outfitted with a museum and visitor centre and is best visited in summer months. Its riverside campsites are set amid rugged hills with distinct fossil-bearing layers. Guided hikes and interpretive programs focus on the park’s wild geography and abundant fossils. From May to October, join a real dinosaur dig.