Check out this local favorite since Victorian times for its forested walking trails, beachside activities, attractive gardens and wildlife.
North America’s largest ski resort has attractions for athletes and amateurs, including zip line and bear tours in summer and snowmobile and sleigh rides in winter.
Fly above Canada’s stunning scenery aboard a flight simulator and watch a movie in the open-air cinema at this expansive entertainment complex.
Old meets new as historic architecture, traditional fishing boats and contemporary performers crowd together at one of Victoria’s liveliest spots.
Browse fashion stores, independent outlets, and souvenir shops in one of the country’s premier shopping districts.
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Amble along the waterfront at Vancouver Harbour and visit theaters, shopping avenues and museums in the heart of one of Canada’s largest cities.
Home to Vancouver’s gay village, this neighborhood is one of the city’s most densely populated and liveliest, with popular cafés, shops and nightclubs.
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The birthplace of Vancouver is full of old-world charm with cobbled streets, Victorian buildings, and a unique steam-powered clock.
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Ethnic food, fashionable shops and one of Vancouver’s best beaches are all part of this bayside neighborhood.
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Visit the art galleries, boutiques, brewery, farmers market and theaters of this buzzing island across False Creek from central Vancouver.
This trendy residential neighborhood and nightlife destination on the False Creek waterfront was once a neglected warehouse district.