Discover Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Tremble as you cross this 137-metre (450-foot)span teetering 70 metres (230 feet) above the rusting the Capilano River.

Grouse Mountain

Besides a plethora of winter sports (skiing,snowshoeing,skating and more), you can travel to the top of this mountain to witness jaw-dropping views from the eye of the wind turbine.

Stanley Park

The Gem of Vancouver, this 1000 acre(spanning 400 hectares) park was established in 1896 smack - dab in the center of the city.Stanley Park is home to a variety of wildlife and tree species includes spectacular scenery and attractions for entire family.

Art Gallery

Canada's fifth-largest art gallery, located in B.C's former provincial courthouse, includes a permanent collection of about 10,000 artworks by Emily Carr, the group of seven, Jeff Wall and Marc Chagall.

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

This garden in Vancouver's historic Chinatown was named No. 1 city garden in the world in 2011 by national Geographic stroll through magnificent arrangements of rocks,plants and jade-garden water, witness the daily koi feeding and take a bit of the garden home with you with an exquisite Chinese collectibles.

Gastown Steam Clock

Gastown has a vibrant cultural scene with street-side cafe's cutting edge galleries and shops selling one-of-a-kind Vancouver souvenirs,first nations art work and wearable originals from local designers.

Getting Around

By Skytrain

The City of Vancouver and surrounding parts of the Lower Mainland are linked by a completely automated (no drivers required) light rapid transit system called Skytrain. Visitors love the Canada Line,which provides a fast rapid rail link between downtown Vancouver. 

By Taxi

Need to get from point A to point B? with at least four Cab companies operating throughout the city, hailing a taxi in Vancouver is always an option.

By Rental Car

With convenient locations across the Lower Mainland and a wide variety of vehicles to choose from, renting a car from Budget for the duration of your stay in Vancouver is easy-plus, you'll recieve $200 in free coupon for local attractions like Stanley Park.

By Water

There are many ways to explore Vancouver-all year long! The SeaBus is a passenger-only,wheelchair-accessible ferry 

that connects downtown Vancouver to the North Shore via Burrard Inlet. 

By Bus

Vancouver's public bus system is designed to make travel within the city and to/from the surrounding suburbs convenient. Schedules are widely available throughout the city.

By Tour Operator

 Let an expert show you around Vancouver tour operators know this city like the back of their hands - and are more than happy to do the driving for you while pointing out all of the most notable and spectacular sights and landmarks.