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Get the best of both worlds at Lloydminster, a city that has one foot in Alberta and the other in Saskatchewan. Warm, welcoming locals will make you feel right at home, and you’ll find they’re proud to show off their city and offer you suggestions. Wander amongst the gently bartering tradesmen at the fully stocked farmers markets, or voyage back in time with the help of enthusiastic museum guides to get a flavor of Lloydminster’s down-to-earth charm. Top off the day by tasting hearty Canadian food, or enjoying an evening dip back at your hotel.

The town’s City Hall stands proudly on the border between the provinces, and its park features a solemn memorial commemorating Canada’s war dead, as well as a sculpture designed to celebrate the work of Canada’s iconic Royal Canadian Mounted Police force, which operates across this sparely populated country’s vast landscape. Heading to the front of the building, you can hop between provinces with ease, as huge orange spikes signify the border all along the tree-lined Meridian Road. These spikes are an ode to the Canadian spirit of cooperation that allows this split city to function as one, and are some of the tallest border markers in the world. The Lloydminster Culture and Science Centre, reveals how to detect forged artwork, and you'll see the amazing 2-headed cow. If the sun’s out, visit Sandy Beach Park, where you can dip in the cooling water, or lounge on the beach after a relaxing round of waterside 9-hole golf.

Hotels in Lloydminster

Recline in a comfortable leather seat - in front of a roaring log-fire – where you can dive into a book or share stories with other guests before bed. It's the kind of experience you'll have in hotels in Lloydminster, many of which provide spacious swimming pools, along with steaming, muscle-easing, hot tubs for times when you need to loosen up. Lloydminster hotels tend to be well equipped and, if you’ve had a tough day, there’s nothing better than relaxing in your comfortable room browsing the net using WiFi, or flicking through the channels of a satellite TV.

Where to stay

Many Lloydminster hotels sit on Ray Nelson Drive, close to the lake’s sandy beach, as well as the city’s best restaurants. Order meaty steak sandwiches, or try a special Canadian burger – served in a patriotic maple leaf shaped bun. If you’re craving a little outdoor greenery, Bud Miller All Seasons Park is a heart-warming place for a walk along gently undulating paths, and when the lake is iced over in the winter, you can strap on your skates to show off your skills. One thing to consider when choosing your hotel is that Saskatchewan charges provincial sales tax, whereas Alberta doesn’t.

How to get to Lloydminster

Lloydminster has its own small airport, which operates flights to the international airport at Calgary - and you can be downtown just 15 minutes after stepping off the plane. The Greyhound bus runs across Canada, and connects the city with Edmonton in around 2.5 hours. Several taxi companies will be happy to shuttle you around if you decide against renting a car during your visit.