Flights to Vancouver
- Things to know
Plan your tour to Vancouver according to the following travel guide
The multi-diversity of this city is not limited to its food and ethnicity but to its open-minded, varied, cultured society, enclosed by remarkable natural beauty. Eagles twirling overhead, sundown enclosed coasts, and the unfolding marine and foothill diorama from Stanley Park’s magnificent embankment. From astonishing feasting to a flourishing art sight, this dynamic West Coast city is accelerative.
Do not skip the significant topography of Vancouver
Vancouver is sketchily divided into three cities: the Westside, the Eastside and city Centre. This fragmentation is purely topography, where everything west of Ontario St is the Westside and everything east is East Vancouver. The same concept is applied to the north of False Creek and is termed as the city Centre.
City Centre is the commercial, shopping and entertaining Centre of the city. It is home to most distinguished milestones and easy networks to other portions of the city and the Lower Mainland. With its host of lodging and restaurant choices, it is the perfect, if costly, home to settle you for traveling the city. At few distances, you can find Stanley Park and the West End, popular for beaches, shop and eateries.
The original town site of Vancouver is Gastown-Chinatown. This place is a mixture of heritage and urban style. Yaletown-False Creek is the Retrieved industrial land with some remarkable sights. Outside of the city center lies Kitsilano & Granville Island, UBC-Point Grey, Mt Pleasant-South Main, Commercial Drive-Hastings Park and Vancouver South.