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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.
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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.
This trendy residential neighborhood and nightlife destination on the False Creek waterfront was once a neglected warehouse district.
Captivating waterfront views and popular shops are a few of the things travelers enjoy most about Coal Harbour. A visit to Granville Street or Olympic Cauldron is also recommended, and you can jump aboard the metro at Burrard Station to get around town.
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Ethnic food, fashionable shops and one of Vancouver’s best beaches are all part of this bayside neighborhood.
Travelers to Vancouver give high marks for the shopping, bustling port, and renowned art. Vibrant and scenic, this city attracts tourists with its restaurants and museums. Top sights in the city include Granville Island Public Market, Stanley Park, and Canada Place.
The city is well known for its art and museums, and cultural venues include Vancouver Art Gallery, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, and Roedde House Museum. Notable city landmarks like Capilano Suspension Bridge and White Rock Pier might be worth a visit. The city's natural beauty is on display at Stanley Park, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, and False Creek.
Other favorite sights in Vancouver include Granville Island Public Market, Canada Place, and BC Place Stadium.
With so many choices for transportation, seeing Vancouver is a breeze. You can walk to nearby metro stations including Vancouver City Center Station, Granville Station, and Burrard Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Vancouver Waterfront Station, Vancouver Pacific Central Station, or Vancouver Rocky Mountaineer Station. You can learn about your water travel options at the port.