TopTourist Attractions and Destinations in Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge

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The city of Vancouver is the third largest city in Canada and the largest one in the province of British Columbia. Vancouver is a favorite travel destination spot in the country due to its world known attractions such as the Stanley Park, Granville Island or Capilano Suspension Bridge. In the following we collected the top tourist attractions and destinations in Vancouver, so head on to explore the highlights of Vancouver and enjoy the sights of the city.

Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium

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Located in the Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium is considered to be Canada’s largest aquarium. It is home to over 70 000 creatures. Beluga whales, sea otters, dolphins are just a few captivating animals found in the aquarium. Once you are there, do not miss out the 4D Experience Theater and the amazing Canada’s Arctic Exhibit.

Granville Island

Granville Island it turned to be the great artistic community in Vancouver. It is a boasting urban oasis involving theaters, great shops and galleries, waterfront restaurants, cafes and big fresh food market.

Stanley Park

 Stanley Park

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It is known as the greatest park in Canada, The Stanley Park is Vancouver’s first park and the highlight of the city. The park attracts millions of tourists, those who are true nature lovers and would like nothing more to do, just relax in a wonderful setting. The park hosts many arts events, the performances of local artists and many outdoor theatres. It also offers excellent dining occasions, as it has many great restaurants. It is a family friendly atmosphere with beautiful picnic sites, playgrounds, the above mentioned Vancouver Aquarium, miniature train and many other facilities. Some of the major landmarks of the park are: Siwash Rock, Prospect Point, Beaver Lake, Lost Lagoon and many other sculptures and monuments.

Vancouver Museum

The Museum is home for an eclectic collection of the city’s cultural heritage. The exhibition details the city’s history between early 1900 to the ‘70s. So if you are curious what the city used to look like, visit the museum and discover the highlight’s of the city’s past.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge that crosses the Capilano River. It is 136 m long and 70 metres above the river. Walking through the bridge is a real fascinating experience, one of the cities key attractions.

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

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Weather it is a beautiful sunny day or an awful rainy day, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a beautiful spot to visit all year around. Covered walkways and spectacular scenery are waiting for the visitors to relax and enjoy the breathtaking setting.  The garden is a part of the Chinatown with a vibrant Chinese community with great concerts and events.

 

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