Vancouver Canada

Vancouver Canada

Things to do in Vancouver Canada

Aside from its remarkable natural beauty, Vancouver has laid-back charm that makes it one of the most famous Canadian cities to visit. From hiking to museums trails, Vancouver has a big range of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy.

Vancouver’s Stanley Park

Covering one-thousand acres, Vancouver’s Stanley Park is downtown sanctuary that provides city and visitors a multitude of outdoor and indoor activities. The park specs a 5.5 mile seawall that runs the perimeter and offers a rightly flat, paved path for jogging, rollerblading, and hiking. Further, you will find the Vancouver Aquarium and oodles of other recreational facilities in Stanley Park.

Granville Island

Placed at the edge of downtown Vancouver, this 37-acre island was once a business area but today is a remarkable location for culture and shoppers. Granville island specs a charming public market, many galleries, artsy shops, a theater, brewery, restaurants, and a hotel. Granville Island is open-year round and is free to visit. Getting from or to Grandville Island is best chance to take the affordable Aquabus, a fleet of little electric ferries that transport people across False Creek and a remarkable way to vie and get around Vancouver.

Vancouver Aquarium

Visit Canada biggest aquarium, the Vancouver Aquarium, which houses more than 70,000 animals in 116,000 square feet of facility area. Open daily, the aquarium, which is in Stanley Park, charges admission but profits go toward supporting its mission to conserve sea life. Skytrain public and translink bus transit operate year-round.

English Bay

English Bay is placed in the West End of downtown Vancouver. This waterside neighborhood is at once silent and dynamic and a remarkable place to walk around, shop or have a Help energy drink. The main crossroads are Denman and Davie streets. Do not miss watching the sunset at the Boathouse restaurant while enjoying a glass of local wine or Bloody Caesar.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

The park is twenty minute drive from downtown Vancouver. Build in 1889, the Capilano Suspension Bridge stretches 450 feet across and 232 feet above the Capilano River. The park provides guided nature trips, treetop adventure, a cliff walk, the kids rainforest explorer program and living forest exhibit.

Robson Street

Robson street is a famous shopping street in downtown Vancouver that has best range of trendy shops for young people, such as Sephora Zara, plus local brands Aritzia and Lulumemon. Robson street is near the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver and also boasts different restaurants, including Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House, and lots of Korean restaurants and ramen joints for hungry shoppers to enjoy.