Vancouver City tour & Vacation Packages

This Western Canadian coastal city is the third most populated metropolis in the country and often earns praise for its livability and cleanliness. Vancouver originated in 1867 as Gastown that sprung up around a logging sawmill and bar. The city is named after British Royal Navy Officer George Vancouver and it hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Canada's First Nations people have lived in the Vancouver area from 8,000-10,000 years ago. Popular city attractions include Stanley Park, Lions Gate Bridge, Granville Island, Vancouver Art Gallery, Inuksuk at English Bay, Eton Centre, Gastown, Robson Street and Canada Place.
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Attractions around Vancouver

Stanley Park

This 1,000-acre Vancouver park has everything including beaches, trails, swimming pools, gardens, a water park, a miniature railway and Canada's biggest aquarium. Stanley Park attracts eight million visitors per year and was named after Governor General of Canada Lord Stanley. The National Historic Site of Canada highlights are the Vancouver Seawall, Lost Lagoon, Prospect Point, Jubilee Fountain, Brockton Point Lighthouse, Hollow Tree, Siwash Rock and Beaver Point. Before Vancouver was incorporated in 1886, the park area was home to Canada's indigenous tribes and the land contains many First Nations arts and totem poles.

  • Stanley Park
  • Granville Island
  • Canada Place
  • Chinatown Vancouver
  • Shannon Falls Provincial Park
  • Gastown
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Stawamus Chief
  • Robson Street
  • Lions Gate Bridge

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