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Posted by on Dec 7, 2015 in Advice/Tips, Community, Events, Travel | 0 comments

Discovering the Sights and Sounds of Vancouver

Discovering the Sights and Sounds of Vancouver

There are a lot of sights and places to visit in Vancouver. It is a place that offers diverse opportunities for both outdoor and urban activities. On one hand, the rugged terrain and great landscape beckons to individuals who enjoy the outdoors and on the other, cosmopolitan adventure awaits those who enjoy city life. Fine dining restaurants, shopping outlets, galleries, museums and theatres abound in different places.

There are markets to shop in the whole year round just like Granville Island’s public market with its impressive display of abundant fresh produce, baked goods, seafood and meat products. The island is a pleasant place to visit and has a lot of small novelty shops that sell unique items and other memorabilia.

Guests can take in the Vancouver Aquarium which is located in Stanley Park. It is now home to around 70,000 amazing sea creatures that can be found in the planet. There are side shows that feature beluga whales, sea lions and otters, and dolphins. Children will enjoy the sight of moon jellies, sea turtles, octopus, sharks and moray eels.

Spending time outdoors is just as enjoyable with camping trips to book, mountain trails to take on, and private spas and wellness clubs to discover. A must-experience is the Capilano Suspension Bridge which stretches to 450 feet high above a canyon and a river. After crossing the bridge, you can take in the thriving forest that surrounds the area and check out a number of other suspension bridges in the Treetops Adventure. Another great natural attraction is Grouse Mountain which is just a few minutes away from the downtown area.

Any of these places and activities will make you realize that the trip is definitely worth it. There are lots more treasures that you’ll stumble on as you make your way around the city. You can ride in one of the horse-drawn carriages that go around Stanley Park. The park has trails that are great for cycling, hiking, and rollerblading. Bicycle rentals along with helmets and locks are located all over the place. If you want a more relaxing time, you can book a trip with Harbour Cruises to experience sightseeing from a unique vantage point.

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