First time to Vancouver? Lucky you: you couldn’t have picked a nicer Canadian city.
This pretty West Coast metropolis consistently ranks as one of the world’s most liveable cities. She (and moody Vancouver is definitely a she) goes by aliases–the ‘Couv; Vangroovy; Rain City; Lotusland. But you’ll always know her by her smell. Step off the plane at Vancouver International Airport and take a deep breath: clean moist air, tinged with sea salt.
She’s easy to approach: There are lots of ways to get close to Vancouver.
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- About Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
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She’s green: You don’t need a car to get to know her. In fact, she’ll respect you more if you take public transit or ride a bike.
She’s fit: Pack your sneakers: Vancouver likes to get sweaty.
She’s loyal to the ‘hood: Don’t expect to get to know all of Vancouver in one visit. Pick one area or attraction and explore slowly.
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- Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Kitsilano
- Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Granville Island
- Top 10 Vancouver viewpoints
- Top 5 Vancouver attractions
- Sightseeing by public transit
- Sightseeing tours in Vancouver
- 48 hours in Vancouver
She likes to eat: High-end or dirt-cheap, Vancouver always serves up good food.
She doesn’t mind a little weather: Yes it might rain in Vancouver. Get over it.
She can be frugal. And still show you a good time.
- Things to do in Vancouver
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She’s resourceful: Learn more about Vancouver on-line.
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