TRAVEL TO VANCOUVER, CANADA AND 7 PLACES YOU CAN’T MISS

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 If Toronto is the largest city in Canada, then Vancouver is the city with the most ethnic identities, customs and languages ​​in Canada.

Grouse Mountain

  Located north of downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is a popular tourist attraction for tourists and locals. It’s a great skiing destination in the winter and an outdoor recreation destination in the summer. Grouse Mountain has many entertainment, accommodation and transportation areas including restaurants, hotels, sports areas, and many attractive entertainment programs.

South Granville

South Granville is one of the best shopping streets in the city of Vancouver, it is the perfect location with boutiques for fashion, antique and modern furniture, books, home accessories, cookware and art. nowadays. Famous international stores are also present here to make the neighborhood more bustling such as: Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn Kids…

VanDusen Botanical Garden

The magical land of those who love nature and wish for a peaceful life includes 22 hectares, VanDusen Botanical Garden with winding paths, gentle hills, and wooden bridges across sweet ponds. Includes a huge collection of plants and flowers with over 255,000 plants representing more than 7,300 taxa from around the world such as: South Africa, Greece, the Arctic and northwestern Canada. Under a scientific and beautiful arrangement, the landscape in the garden is as beautiful as a watercolor painting painted in the morning dew.

Royal London Wax Museum

 A wax museum is named the house of horrors, with over 300 life-sized wax figures of famous figures in the world as well as mythical and ghostly images, works that make people wonder. We are creepy, or funerals and Royal tombs. The wax museum is located in the middle of Victoria, opposite the British Columbia Legislative Building.

Gastown neighborhood

Gastown is a historic neighborhood located in British Columbia, Vancouver, considered the birthplace of the city of Vancouver from its early days in 1867. The neighborhood stretches from Hastings Street east across Columbia St, running parallel to the west side of Main Street. The neighborhood is named after barbershop owner Gassy Jack, who first established business here. You can get here by bus, subway or driving along Seymour, Cordova, and Water streets.

Metropolis at Metrotown

 As intense as its name suggests – it’s the largest shopping mall in the city centre, Metropolis at Metrotown has more than 450 shops, restaurants, cinemas and grand halls where exclusive events regularly take place. unique. It only takes you 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver on the Skytrain to get here and you can shop and participate in fashion, culinary, and entertainment events.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

 If you want to experience the feeling of standing at a height of 70 m and swaying with each step to see majestic nature, visit the Capilano suspension bridge during your Canadian travel itinerary. This suspension bridge is one of the city’s famous scenic spots, 140 meters long and over 70 meters high, connecting the Capilano River in the district of North Vancouver to British Columbia, attracting more than 800,000 visitors each year.

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