Both the CITY and the PARK routes
This flexible city tour offers up the highlights of downtown Vancouver, including major attractions and scenic points of interest. Choose to Hop-Off at any of the 29 stops, and Hop-On again to continue the tour.
Take an up close and personal look at Vancouver's urban oasis, Stanley Park, have lunch at Granville Island, visit the historical Gastown or the trendy Yaletown, and don't forget Robson Street to do a little shopping!
Highlights of the route include English Bay
, Stanley Park
, Granville Island
, Robson Street
, and the Entertainment District
- 40 mins Frequencybetween buses and trolleys.
This city in British Columbia is the most populated metro area in western Canada. This historic city grew from an 1867 settlement called "Gastown." Visitors can take a boat ride to nearby Victoria on Vancouver Island.
The Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Canada's west coast, is the largest Chinatown in Canada. It is also a National Historic Site, and its many historical locations, shops, and eateries make it a popular destination for tourists.
English Bay is an area west of Downtown Vancouver. Many of the city's beaches are formed around this body of water. The area hosts many events, such as the Celebration of Light, an annual musical fireworks competition.
Duration: 1 Day
First Nations Totem Poles
The totem poles in Stanley Park, Vancouver, stand as testaments to the First Nations people and their culture. These beautifully carved and painted wooden structures depict a variety of things, from animals to scenes from First Nations mythology.
Named for seaman "Gassy" Jack Deighton, this historic district in Vancouver has a colorful history that culminates in its function today as a hub for technology and popular shopping and dining locale for tourists and locals alike.
Granville Island is a peninsula off of the main hub of the city of Vancouver, a shopping district across the water from the downtown area, as well as a center of art and culture for the city.
Lion Gate Bridge
Thus suspension bridge in Vancouver, BC is a National Historic Site of Canada. It opened in 1938 and is officially known as the First Narrows Bridge. Nearby Stanley Park offers wonderful views of this marvel of engineering.
Prospect Point is a section of Stanley Park in Vancouver that looks out over Vancouver Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. There is a lookout facility as well as a cafe where visitors can relax and have a delicious lunch.
Robson Street in downtown Vancouver offers some of the city's finest upscale shopping centers and restaurants, stretching across town from the West End through the main downtown area. The street is also popular for cruising motorists.
One of Vancouver's main tourist attractions and beloved by visitors and locals alike, this massive park on the western coast of Canada is not to be missed. Stanley Park was the first park in Vancouver, and remains the largest.