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From museums to areas of natural beauty, Regina has itineraries for adventure lovers and those who want to slow the pace. Learn about the history of the Saskatchewan province of Canada and get a taste of prairie scenery in a huge park. It's worth exploring the city's culturally diverse neighbourhoods (and trying the foods from around the world), and you can take in a varied range of art while you do it thanks to large galleries, indie workshops and striking scenes painted on the sides of buildings.
Get a bit of peace and quiet or give back a little at a Regina hostel with its own organic garden. If you're on a budget, look out for hostels in Regina that have self-catering facilities so you can cook your own dinner and save money for a beer later. Keeping in touch with friends back home is easy at a hostel with free Wi-Fi, while places with linen included help you to travel light.
Downtown Regina is the city's central core. Here you can lose yourself in shops, theatres and restaurants and just get a feel for the bustling city. Head to Germantown to see how cultures from around the world have made Regina their home. You can pop into Asian eateries and wander the streets to witness the progression of architecture over the last century. Soak up the Warehouse District's up-and-coming vibe among its sprinkling of cool bars, local nightclubs and smaller restaurants.
Take a lesson in natural history at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, which has three separate wings to explore. You can spend lazy days around the lake in Wascana Centre, a mammoth park even bigger than Central Park in New York. To discover the city's artistic side, head to the MacKenzie Art Gallery, which has 3,800 works on display. Regina Beach on the shores of nearby Last Mountain Lake gives you the chance to swim in cold, fresh water or simply lie on the sand admiring the view.
You can fly into Regina International Airport. On arrival, take the number 8 bus and you can be downtown within 20 minutes. There are several bus terminals for arrivals and departures of coaches to and from other cities in Canada, and the city itself is well connected by a network of buses. You can also hail a cab or explore the city centre on foot.