Regina Flights GuideRegina is the capital city of Saskatchewan in Canada's Prairies and is home to the famous Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Learn more about the RCMP at Regina's RCMP Heritage Centre or see them in action at The Sunset Retreat Ceremony. Explore Wascana Park's lake, islands and trails or try catching a glimpse of bison at Buffalo Pound. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Saskatchewan Science Centre are both worth a visit.
Head east to Winnipeg in Manitoba or west to Calgary in Edmonton by driving 6 to 7 hours. Flying is the quickest way with routes heading out from Regina International Airport. Stay local by heading north to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by driving 3 ½ hours.
Regina brings lots of sunshine with mild summers and winters that fall below zero. Winters last from November to March with an average of -10 degrees celsius. The summer peak season gets super busy in Regina as the long winters finally come to an end. The best time to visit is during the spring or fall when travelers can avoid the extremely cold winters and humid, crowded summers. The weather is usually milder during the spring and autumn and travel costs are much more reasonable.
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