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Simply a city like no other, Vancouver effortlessly combines the excitement and energy of a modern city with the invigorating appeal of the great outdoors.
Simply a city like no other, Vancouver effortlessly combines the excitement and energy of a modern city with the invigorating appeal of the great outdoors. Downtown Vancouver offers visitors year-round adventures in this laidback urban metropolis right on the edge of a spectacular natural landscape. Explore diverse neighbourhoods, decadent dining, outdoor pursuits and multicultural attractions – in Vancouver, you won’t have to choose between city and nature.
Richmond is where you can eat, play, explore, and shop unlike anywhere else in the world. Stunning nature, delightful culinary adventures, and a unique multicultural essence will delight your senses and ignite your curiosity. Home to the Vancouver International Airport, McArthurGlen Designer Outlets and the Richmond Night Market, the city boasts stunning mountain vistas and beautiful waterfront views
Surrey, BC is one of the liveliest and fastest-growing cities in Metro Vancouver. Renowned for natural beauty, a flourishing culinary scene and cutting-edge recreational facilities, Surrey is a city rich in both culture and history that’s just waiting to be discovered. Surrey, BC is a haven for outdoor adventurers and city slickers alike, known for its spectacular natural scenery, wealth of green spaces and quirky mix of urban and rural.
Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Burnaby is a playground for active travelers. From the shopping bonanza that is Metrotown, to the world of cuisine within walking distance in the Heights, to the calendar of multicultural arts at the Michael J. Fox Theatre, Burnaby offers something for the explorer in all of us. Of course, for the truly active spirit, Burnaby’s many parks, lakes, shorelines, forests and trails make it a self-contained natural vacation paradise.
A National Historic Site of Canada and the city’s oldest neighborhood, Gastown’s heritage building have recently been colonized by cool designer stores and some of the city’s best bars and restaurants. Take an architectural walking tour to hear the district’s history, or simply browse Water Street’s boutiques and souvenir stores. If you are hungry, stroll the streets for wine and charcuterie, Pacific Northwest menus, modern Asian options, cool cocktail bars and craft beer pubs.
Coal Harbour & Canada Place
Bordering Stanley Park, Coal Harbor’s big attraction is the view, seawall and the laid back atmosphere, with plenty of spots to grab a scenic meal or watch the float planes. Head south along the seawall to the landmark Vancouver Convention Centre, stopping at Jack Poole Plaza for a selfie with the 2010 Olympic Cauldron. A little further along, Canada Place is picture-perfect for photo-ops, watching cruise ships glide into the city, and home to the breathtaking FlyOver Canada flight stimulation ride.
False Creek Waterfront Entertainment District
Located on the False Creek Waterfront, this district features Vancouver’s most notable entertainment venues including BC Place, Rogers Arena, and the lively entertainment hub Parq Vancouver, home to eight chef-driven restaurants and lounges, a casino and rooftop park. Anchored by the stylish neighborhoods of Gastown and Yaletown, Vancouver’s new international entertainment destination places you in the center of the action.
As Vancouver’s original warehouse district, Yaletown has experienced a major revitalization since its rebirth as hosts of Expo ’86. Since then, Yaletown has become a densely populated residential neighborhood, home to the city’s beautiful people, and one of Vancouver’s hippest areas, filled with sidewalk cafes, trendy restaurants and a thriving nightlife scene. After strolling the brick-lined streets, pick up lunch form a local café and head to the waterfront David Lam Park for an impromptu picnic.
Where the ocean meets the mountains
There are few highways in the world with as much awe-inspiring scenery as the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Officially known as BC Highway 99, this legendary route from Vancouver to Whistler and beyond is a drive with incredible sights at just about every turn. It’s also filled with fun stops, including outdoor destinations, cultural points of interest and historic sites.
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