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Simply a city like no other, Vancouver effortlessly combines the

excitement and energy of a modern city with the invigorating appeal

of the great outdoors. No day in this city is typical: start with a

waterfront breakfast at Granville Island Public Market and end with

a sunset cocktail on a mountain-top patio. In between, paddle out

on a kayaking adventure, and shop a neighbourhood or two. It's

truly a "city of nature," with stunning views of temperate rainforest

and majestic peaks reflected on glass skyscrapers; sparkling with

sophistication and energy, yet relaxed and laid back. In Vancouver,

you won't have to choose between city and nature.

While it's true that Vancouver's beauty will have you constantly

reaching for your camera, the appeal is more than skin deep-

Vancouver's vibrant personality and relaxed lifestyle are just as

enviable. Vancouverites value balance in their life: work and play,

culture and adventure, wellness and indulgence - all are celebrated

here! If your visit is paired with a cruise to Alaska or a train to explore

the Canadian Rockies, it's still easy to authentically experience the

charm of Vancouver's lifestyle first hand in just a couple of days.



Vancouver is home to one of the best parks in the

world: the sprawling 404 hectares (1,000 acres) Stanley

Park. Dozens of marked trails allow visitors to meander

through soaring trees and dense West Coast forest while

the seawall pathway offers some of the best sea-to-sky

mountain views anywhere in the world. Other highlights

include a mini-forest of totem poles, family-friendly

beaches and an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the

waterfront. Be sure to visit the Vancouver Aquarium, the

rose and rhododendron gardens, or al fresco theatre and

music performances at Malkin Bowl in the summer.










Granville Island is the perfect place to browse - and sample

- local produce, cheeses, meats, teas, chocolates and more,

whether you take a tour or stroll independently. Take one of

the rainbow-coloured mini-ferries across False Creek to reach

the Island (which is technically a sandspit) and spend time

exploring the Public Market's artisan stalls, Railspur Alley's

quirky craft studios, and dozens of character-driven cafes and

restaurants. To see Granville Island from water, rent a kayak

or stand-up paddleboard and start exploring.

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