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Plan your holiday to Vancouver

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.

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.

Vancouver must see sights

  • 1Stanley Park
  • 2Granville Island
  • 3Grouse Mountain
  • 4Museum of Anthropology
  • 5Kitsilano Beach
  • 6Gastown
  • 7Canada Place
  • 8Chinatown
  • 9English Bay
  • 10Capilano Suspension Bridge

Things to do in Vancouver

  • 1Join a drum circle
  • 2Participate in bubble ball soccer
  • 3Spot ghosts in the haunted houses
  • 4Have beach bonfires
  • 5Cliff jumping in North Vancouver
  • 6Enjoy cold beer at Beer Island
  • 7Rope swings in Vancouver

Vancouver's Nightlife Neighborhoods

The twilight is dynamic and is always ready for some stroke. Vancouverites might toil tough and workout tougher, but they enjoy pretty toughly too. You can catch neighborhoods, all over the town, organized for nighttime fun, whether it’s aiming a band, sipping a cocktail, or twirling the night away. A Saturday evening on Vancouver’s Streets reminds you of essentially any other loud, booze-fuelled city strip.

Relish the shopping delight of Vancouver

The unsurpassed shopping experience in Vancouver showcases an extensive net, presenting everything from extravagance pieces, like the indigenous designer, to original skill boutiques and concentrates in Western wear, and time-honored stalwarts, like MacLeod’s Books.

The dining diversity of Vancouver

From casual delights to excellent dining, the finest bistros in Vancouver proposes a sight of the culinary background. The city is a foodie’s utopia, where the gastronomic sight is second-to-none. The Vancouver eateries are plentiful and consistent with extraordinary quality. Hence, it is stress-free to catch mouth-watering food at a diversity of price points. Seafood and Asian food are a specific point of pride. Things to know

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Vancouver is summer, when the sun is out in the full force, showcasing the city’s beautiful landscape. Hence, it is the busiest tourist season also. If you are visiting the city between July and October, you will most likely have a brilliant weather. To escape the glut of visitors, take a tour in early fall when the weather is fairly good with fewer crowds at the most popular spots.


Vancouver is one of the few chief cities in North America deprived of a freeway leading straight into the downtown core. Dense snowfalls are common in the nearby mountains but uncommon in the city itself and lead to major traffic jamming when snow mount up. Public transportation is stress-free to access via Sky Train, bus, or ferry. Prices vary conditional on your destination.If you are planning a trip, we have the best value business class flights to Vancouver from the UK.
Vancouver's weather is unpredictable and can be completely different depending on what part of the region you are in. Vancouver has the warmest climate in Canada. With abundant rain in winter as the comparison to summer, you can find palm trees growing here. Winters can pass without sun sights but the temperature rarely goes below freezing. Summer temperatures are also not extreme.



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