Everything Else in Sightseeing in Vancouver


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Robson Street between Granville Street and Bute Street is lined with clothing stores. Likely nothing you won't find anywhere else, but in case you need to pick something up. If you're looking for... read more

#5 bus picks up along Robson, goes to City Center Station (Canada Line - Richmond, YVR Airport), Granville Station (Expo/Millenium Lines - Burnaby, Surrey), Waterfront Station (Seabus to North Vanc... read more

Robson Street is Vancouver's outdoor shopping mall. It is located within walking distance to Pacific Center Mall and features many stores that are not located within the mall like Victoria's Secret... read more

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Experience the Vancouver Sea Bus! 1.5 hours transit (includes sea bus) to The Capilano Suspension Bridge -a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver... read more

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is just a quick drive away from downtown and is a very popular tourist attraction. Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses to towering evergreens, cedar-scented rainfores... read more

Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses the Capilano river in the 1,300 year old Douglas Fir rainforest. There is a Treetops Adventure: 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the forest ... read more

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Eclectic shopping, a variety of well-priced restaurants, great Italian coffee, Belgian fries, Dutch liquorice, Turkish kebabs and Spanish tapas. You'll find it all on The Drive.

Don't miss "The Drive!" The Drive's community is represented by a vast array of cultural backgrounds. A large number of Vancouver's Gay & Lesbian community call "The Drive" their home. We are als... read more

This street has lots of lovely interesting shops along with useful stores for essentials - groceries, pharmacies, restaurants, health food stores. No big chain stores. Quirky and multi-cultural. Th... read more

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Another of Vancouver's true city neighbourhood strips, Main Street was once a small working class village that now is in the heart of the city. Main Street was historically the dividing line betwe... read more

Main Street between 7th Avenue up to about 35th offers a great variety of clothing shops with items from local or Canadian designers as well as record shops, restaurants, breweries, and many other ... read more

Anywhere on Main Street, (north or south of King Edward, or down by where it joins Kingsway) there are restaurants, sushi shops, coffee shops, boutique shops, pubs, breweries (down by 7th Ave) and... read more

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Home to the Vancouver downtown night life that includes clubs, restaurants, and stores. Every weekend, Granville street is closed off so we can party :)

South Granville is fast-emerging shopping neighbourhood, full of galleries and stores specializing in interior design, home furnishings and antiques. Top eateries could be found here.

Vancouver's "Nightlife Street" with tons of clubs, pubs, and lounges open to the wee hours of the morn.

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Vancouver people love West 4th! Tons of boutique stores, not only clothing! A street of showcasing local designers. Don't miss the best yoga pants from Lululemon. Yes Vancouver is the hometown of L... read more

Another of Vancouver's true city neighbourhood strips, West Point Grey (like Kerrisdale, Kitsilano, and Dunbar) was once a small village that now is in the heart of the city's Westside. Many indepe... read more

Since 1923, Kitsilano’s West 4th Avenue has been Vancouver's preferred destination for shopping and services on the city’s West Side. Voted as “Vancouver’s Best Neighbourhood” more than five years... read more

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Take a stroll down Davie Street, and eclectic and lively area for shopping, restaurants, people watching. Its worth taking a walk into the West End neighborhood too.

C23 bus route will take you to Yaletown (Canada Line, shopping, restaurants, nightlife), Main St Station (Skytrain, CPR/Amtrak trains, long-distance buses)

Experience the great dining, community and history of the Davie Street Village. We are a diverse, welcoming and LGBTQ / gay-friendly neighborhood in the heart of Downtown Vancouver and offer a one-... read more

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Robson Street is a great place to find unique and mainstream clothing stores, coffee shops and anything else you're looking for! Wear comfortable shoes though, you'll be walking a lot!

Awesome shopping options for all budgets are available in walking distance from the condo. Major brand stores include Nordstroms, Best Buy, Old Navy, Lululemon, and all that Pacific Centre Mall o... read more

With BC Place Stadium at one end, Stanley Park at the other, and the city’s best-known shopping precinct in between, Robson Street is a must-stroll for most visitors to Vancouver. One of Vancouver’... read more

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Playgrounds, basketball courts, picnic tables, skate board park, community gardens, awesome summer vibe.

Two different play grounds for kids, picnic tables, skate park; well used and loved by locals in the summer.

Two playgrounds, a nice grassy field, community garden, basketball court, and a skate park. Perfect for a picnic with the kids, or without.

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Hastings Pier burnt down in 2010 and in 2016 it has been rebuilt to its minimalist glory. Wonderful to walk out to sea on and a fabulous venue in the summer for open air movies, concerts and outdoo... read more

Newly refurbished in 2016 after the devastating fire that nearly saw it destroyed forever, this lovely old pier is now back, good as new and is a lovely place for a leisurely strolll on a sunny sum... read more

The original pier burnt down (some sort of insurance scam, legend has it), so the people of Hastings clubbed together and paid £1 for a tiny piece of the pier and rebuilt it. A work of minimalist g... read more

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Fantastic outdoor shopping experience with a wide selection of stores, including a Whole Foods grocery store, restaurants, wine shops, and clothing boutiques. Plus it's en route to downtown Vancou... read more

Fun. Great Stuff. Mostly outdoors. Not a boring indoor mall

Whole foods with a large selection of cooked meals, lots of salads, and fruit. Served dinners with a view is salmon house.

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Your starting point to find out all the tourist attractions our city has to offer. Very friendly and helpful!

Check out what to do and see around Vancouver and beyond at tourismvancouver.com. Plan your trip for the day with bus routes and schedules at tripplanning.translink.ca

Tourism Vancouver sets you up for success! They'll book everything you need and give you some great suggestions based on what your interests are.

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Nice walk, gréât food and shops

Park the car and put on your walking shoes-this multicultural area boasts a wealth of specialty food shops, Persian bakeries, book stores, fashions and accessory boutiques, jewelers, florists, pharmac

Main street through the City, with all the restaurants, coffee shops, bars, supermarkets, bakeries, banks, retail shops, etc.

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High end shopping as well as 5 Star restaurants.

Dior, Hermes, Tory Burch, you name it, Alberni street is lined with luxury! Also, there is a sweet derrest bar called Thierry's where you can gluten free desserts too!

This is the street to be if you've got an itch for high-end shopping. DeBeers, Prada, Hermes, Tori Burch, Tiffany & Co., Burburry, Louis Vuitton... they're all here!

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Winding through the woods in the northwest up to the pier of the Lion's Gate Bridge, and ultimately leads back to the beaches along the westside of the park and back into downtown Vancouver.

Great tourist attraction with many things to do. Rent a bike and ride along the seawall, visit the aquarium or stop by at the Prospect point to get a great view of the water and Lion's gate bridge.

Stanley Park is one of the most stunning parks in the world. It is one of my most favourite places to bike around on the seawall or just go for a drive. Views are jaw dropping. Having a glass of ... read more

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This is Party Central! Lots of great places with Live music & DJ events. Cool lounges to relax and have a drink

Located in the heart of Vancouver, Granville Street is where you'll find Vancouver's main downtown entertainment district. Countless restaurants, bars and nightclubs make this a popular late-night ... read more

As one of Vancouver’s most vibrant retail shopping districts, the South Granville neighbourhood attracts a wide range of clientele, from aspiring designers and art lovers to fashion trend setters a... read more

All the nightclubs and bars are downtown, mostly on granville street, by Nordstrom. Great for people watching too. Good shopping and lots of restaurants and cafes on this street. Skytrain takes y... read more

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A collection of artisan stores.

A collection of funky shops, the iconic Molly's Reach is on the same block!

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This is a boutique shopping area with great stores and great restaurants. You will definitely find that one of a kind piece here.

Great shopping along W. 4th Ave in Kits

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Taxis are everywhere on Burrard Street. Just walk to the corner or down the lane to the Century Plaza Hotel and you will find one.

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This is Party Central! Lots of great places with Live music & DJ events. Cool lounges to relax and have a drink

Located in the heart of Vancouver, Granville Street is where you'll find Vancouver's main downtown entertainment district. Countless restaurants, bars and nightclubs make this a popular late-night ... read more

As one of Vancouver’s most vibrant retail shopping districts, the South Granville neighbourhood attracts a wide range of clientele, from aspiring designers and art lovers to fashion trend setters a... read more

All the nightclubs and bars are downtown, mostly on granville street, by Nordstrom. Great for people watching too. Good shopping and lots of restaurants and cafes on this street. Skytrain takes y... read more

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Use Google Maps to map out your journey with public transit and know what time your bus arrives!

This is the nearest bus depot near us. From here, you will get to our house within 10 minutes.

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Known as Upper Bowen, its the home for the arts, designer clothing, gifts and flowers, artisan ice creams and chocolates and light lunches - Artisan Lane has it all!

Besides 2 food stops you will find several private galleries, jewelry makers, wellness practitioners, a vetenarian, RMT massage and yoga studios.

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Walk along the waterfront from Canada Place towards Stanley Park, its one of the most beautiful city view with the water airport and lots of boats and mountains​ in the horizon​.

Yachts and Boats on the Seawall.

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Nature walk right next to the ocean in a protected park land. Views of the North Shore mountains.

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Port Moody centre - shops, eateries, groceries, coffee shops and more, more, more.

Find here reataurants, cafes, groceries etc.

Great shops, restaurants, and bars

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The main strip in Kitsilano, loaded with boutiques, restaurants, bars, jazz clubs, and much more. Most places are found between Alma St and MacDonald St, and Granville St to Cambie St.

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The Trans-Canada Highway is a transcontinental federal-provincial highway system that travels through all ten provinces of Canada between its Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean coasts.

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Ski so closed and amazing hikes just 10 minutes away

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National Heritage Site... beautiful Douglas fir and Redwood Forest, which can be viewed in the distance from the Porch of our house :) 5 minute walk away!