Vancouver has the highly earned status of being one of the most charming cities on the planet with its mountain urban and backdrop beaches.
Downtown Vancouver is amazingly placed on a Peninsula in the Strait of Georgia, bounded to the South by the Fraser River’s delta and to the north by a deep fiord reaching the far island.
Stanley’s pages are a green peninsula of big trees adjacent to Downtown Vancouver.
If you are looking to get outside and enjoy nature, this is the top location to visit in Vancouver.
A paved seawall path encircles the green area and is an amazing location to explore on foot or bicycle.
Inland, the park provides many things.
You can spend a complete day exploring attractions like the totem poles at BrockPointoint or the Vancouver Aquarium.
A pretty peninsula over the bridge from Vancouver city center, Granville island is famous for its amazing artist community, public market, and brewery.
The market is open every day and specs on a food court and stalls selling fresh produce, handmade products, and tasty treats.
Its waterside place makes for picture sequent photos, too.
Known to locals as Kits Beach or Kits Kitsilano beach, you will find many locals in the summertime.
There is a sufficient park area around the beach for picnics, plus Kitsilano pool and volleyball nets.
The 137m open-air pool in Vancouver, the only saltwater swimming pool, open from Mid-May to Mid-September.
If you arrive in Vancouver on a cruise ship, Canada’s place is where your trip starts.
The unusual roof design makes the impression of a big sailing vessel.
The architecturally stunning structure is part cruise ship terminal, hotel, part convention, and a part hub for sightseeing bus tours.