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Vancouver (map) is one of the most livable cities in Canada and in the world. In terms of housing affordability, Vancouver is also one of the most expensive cities in Canada and in the world.

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*City Centre (map). The financial, shopping and entertainment centre of the city. It has many of Vancouver’s most notable landmarks and easy connections to other parts of the city and the Lower Mainland. With its multitude of accommodation and restaurant options, it is the ideal, if pricey, place to base yourself for exploring the city.

*Gastown-Chinatown (map). The original townsite of Vancouver. Gastown is a mix of kitsch, heritage and urban chic. Chinatown was historically one of the largest Chinatowns in North America.

Many of the city’s landmarks and historical buildings can be found downtown. Canada Place (map), with its distinctive sails, the nearby Olympic Cauldron (map), the intricate Art Deco styling of the Marine Building (map) and the old luxury railway hotel of the Hotel Vancouver (map) are in the central business district.

Stanley Park (map), along with its neighbouring Coal Harbour walkway (map) and the Vancouver Aquarium (map) are in the West End and Gastown, the original town site of Vancouver, has a number of restored buildings and its steam clock is a popular spot to visit.

Modern architecture worth visiting also includes Shangri-La (map), the tallest building in the city, and the Sheraton Wall Centre (map). Another popular city landmark, the bustling markets and shops of Granville Island (map), is just to the south of downtown in South Granville.

If you’re looking to learn about the people of the Northwest Coast and some of its history, one good spot is the impressive Museum of Anthropology (map) at the University of British Columbia.

EAT! Vancouver – The Everything Food + Cooking Festival takes place every year. The festival takes place in early November. Celebrity chefs, popular local restaurants, wineries, food & beverage manufacturers, cookbook authors, retailers, artisans, & many others from the culinary world come together for a 6-day event.


#1 Visit Toronto

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the fourth most populous city in North America. All necessary tourist information.

#2 Visit Ottawa

Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, is a wonderful destination for tourists with its rich history, stunning architecture, and natural beauty.

#3 Visit Montreal

While Quebec is the capital city of Canada, Montreal is the cultural and economic centre, and the main entry point to the province.

Public transport.

Information about all types of public transport.

TransLink is Metro Vancouver’s regional transportation authority, and operates a public transit system made up of a network of buses, the SkyTrain, and the SeaBus.

Compass – is the electronic fare system for buses, SkyTrain, SeaBus and the West Coast Express.

Also сheck оut мore info: What you need to know before you travel (tc.canada.ca) • GETTING AROUND (canada.travel)

BUS: Greyhound Canada serves Montreal, Ottawa, and Toronto, with connecting service to regional lines and US Greyhound coaches.

TRAIN: Via Rail is Canada’s national passenger rail service. The US counterpart, Amtrak, provides connecting rail services to Toronto from New York via Niagara Falls. + Rocky Mountaineer Vacations

AIRPORT: Vancouver International Airport – See Getting to/from the Airport for additional information. Canada’s main international airports: Toronto Pearson International Airport • Vancouver International Airport • Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport.

FERRY: Marine Atlantic provides ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Port-aux-Basques, Newfoundland. There are also ferries to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine from Souris, PEI, and Montreal. BC Ferries has an extensive network of services along the coast of British Columbia and to Vancouver Island and to outlying islands.

#ThisIsVancouver – See the Beauty in Everything.

Listen to the calm waves lapping at the shore, and the wind through the tops of ancient Douglas Firs. Taste the magic that is West Coast cuisine in the warm welcome of each diverse neighbourhood you walk. Breathe deep in the fresh mountain air, a fresh start in the beauty of a city like no other, calling your wild heart home.

video source: Destination Vancouver /youtube.com/

Useful websites.

Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.


Apply for a visitor visa. Find out what document you need to travel, visit family and friends, do business, or transit through Canada.

Parks Canada.

Check out unique experiences from coast to coast to coast. Hiking, biking, wildlife watching and more. Visitor guidelines / Parks Canada APP.


Discover what makes the Yukon unlike any other place in the world, capturing the hearts and imagination of travellers from around the world.

National parks: Check out unique experiences from coast to coast to coast. Hiking, biking, wildlife watching and more. Visitor guidelines / Parks Canada APP.

Best Backpacking Trails in Canada (alltrails.com)

Camping and accommodations at Parks Canada (parks.canada.ca)

Camping-Canada.Com, your Canadian campgrounds directory featuring a search engine by location and camping preferences.

Parks Canada Reservations (reservation.pc.gc.ca)

CampReservations.ca makes it easy for campers to book their favourite campsites online! Pick a site, reserve your spot, and go camping!

Fishing & Hunting

Fisheries: Licences, permits and funding programs related to fishing, aquaculture and marine mammal harvest.

AlbertaRELM: AlbertaRELM is the online licensing system for hunting and fishing in Alberta.

HuntingBC.ca is a community-driven website that offers forums, articles, and resources related to hunting in British Columbia.

Quebec Outfitters Federation represents outfitters in Quebec, offering a directory of hunting and fishing outfitters in the province.