Vancouver City Tour
FINEST VANCITY TOUR (2-4 HOURS)
Starting at $320 Based on 4 Passenger Occupancy
Let us take you on a tour of the must visit city’s highlights and discover why Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Ocean views, local markets, history, cosmopolitan neighbourhoods.
Let us take you on a tour of the city’s many highlights and discover why Vancouver is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You can explore ocean views, local markets, historic sites, cosmopolitan neighbourhoods, and so much more.
Cobblestones, vintage streetlights, and the well-known steam clock. It’s a neighbourhood that combines old with new, history with the touch of new generations. An essential part of Vancouver’s history, where just with a quick stroll through the streets you can find Victorian architecture houses, boutiques and chic caffes.
With its cobblestones, vintage streetlights, and ever-popular steam clock for photo ops, Gastown is a neighbourhood that combines historic features with a contemporary feel. It’s an essential part of Vancouver’s history. A quick stroll through the streets reveals Victorian architecture, modern boutiques and chic cafes.
The one place you can enjoy arts, history, culture, pacific west cuisine, and the one and only Granville island market! Discover the very finest handcrafted products from local artist and why not the place to get your seveners. Enjoy an ice cream with views of the false creek and downtown Vancouver.
The Granville Island Market is the place to visit if you enjoy the arts, history, culture, and Pacific Northwest cuisine. Discover the finest handcrafted products from local artists. When you finish your souvenir shopping, why not enjoy some ice cream with a view of False Creek and downtown Vancouver.
Stanley Park, Vancouver’s first, largest, and most beloved urban park!
Stanley Park is a magnificent green oasis within the urban landscape of Vancouver. This 400 hectares of natural West Coast rainforest offers scenic views of the mountains, ocean, lakes, majestic old-growth trees and an unforgettable walk around the park’s famous Seawall. Must-see stops include the Stanley Park Pavilion/Miniature Train, Totem Poles, Prospect Point, Ferguson Point, and Second Beach.