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Surrounded by water on three sides and
nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range, Vancouver is the largest city in the province of British Columbia with over 2.1 million residents and one of the mildest climates in Canada. It is named for British Captain George Vancouver, who explored the area in the 1790s.

Home to spectacular natural scenery and a bustling metropolitan core, Vancouver was Host City to the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2010.

This is just one of our city's many awards and accolades that clearly demonstrate the many reasons to visit Vancouver Limo Service. The variety of sights to see and things to do are limited only by your imagination and information. Here you can be informed of the wonders you can experience while visiting Vancouver. These are only some of the wonderful attractions which you can see while on your vacation.
Stanley Park is the hart of the Vancouver and a very popular tourist destination. Deadman's Island, Vancouver's Harbour, the Lions Gate Bridge, a coastal Red-Cedar forest, Rose Garden with Totem Poles, Girl in a West Suit Statue, S.S Empress of Japan Figurehead will satisfy your expectation.
Exept tourist lot of people from neighborhood came in Stanley Park to spend the day in relaxation. Here you can also see and many photographers and young people how make wedding pictures.
We will be satisfied to spend time with you and show you every part of this park in our comfortable limousine. See website

Vancouver Aquarium is located in gorgeous Stanley Park, as a tourist attraction it is also a major scientific center with over 70.000 fascinating creature from the Arctic to the Amazon. You can see and lern many interesting things about life under the see. Like amazing new frog exhibit you can see 4D Experience theater, this is the high-excitement of a 3D film which provides a unique knowledge about things that interest you. Relax over lunch at the Upstream cafe and be sure to visit unique gift shop. Come face to face with curious beluga whales, discover marine mammals from the Pacific Northwest including acrobatic dolphins, sea otters & much more. You can experience more when you visit the Aquarium, one of Vancouver's top attractions.See website

Located in Vanier Park, MacMillan Space Centre is one of the most distinctive
structures in Metro Vancouver.
More than a tourist attraction, MacMillan Space Centre provides a unique learning experience for all members of the family. Visitors can learn about Space and the night sky through the Planetarium shows, live demonstrations, and interactive exhibit gallery.
Next to the Space Centre is the Gordon Mac Millan Southam Observatory, which allows star gazers to look through a 1/2 metre Cassegrain telescope on clear weekend nights.
The Zeiss projector creates a domed 360-degree view of the heavens as seen from Vancouver, BC. Visitors can see the night sky and be entertained by changing multimedia presentations, which include shows created by the Space Center. See website

Vancouver Lookout is the best first stop during your visit to Vancouver. Amazing 360-degree view of Cosmopolitan Vancouver, the majestic North Shore Mountains and maybe even Vancouver Island Attractions.
Jurney fifty floors above street level in a glass elevator in less than 50sec. This elevating experience will get you ready to visit thr rest of the must-see attractions. Come and enjoy the night lights! After this view you will be ready for your adventures. See Vancouver from our point of view and discover its not-to-be-missed attraction and must-do activities both in and around the city.
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This is unique Ming Dynasty-Style Chinese garden built outside of China 400 years with authentic designs. Travel back in time to 15th century China and enjoy in this "Another World".
Covered halls, walkways and cup of complimentary Chinese tea make this place perfect whether if the sun is shining or the rein is falling. Like every classical Chinese garden, the design of the DR. Sun Yat-Sen Garden is based on the harmony of four main elements: rock, water, plants and architecture. Together. these four elements cimbine to create a breathtaking experience of perfect balance, yin and yang
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This spectacular garden in the heart of Vancouver has matured into a botanical garden of international stature since opening to the public in 1975. The mild Vancouver climate allows the cultivation of an outstanding plant collection which is a delight any time of the year. There are over 7,500 different kinds of plants assembled from six continents. Specific garden areas are planted to illustrate botanical relationships, such as the Rhododendron Walk, or geographical origins, as in Sino Himalayan Garden. These areas are set amidst rolling lawns, tranquil lakes and dramatic rockwork with vistas of the mountains and Vancouver cityscape. See website

Queen Elizabeth Park is the
second most visited park in Vancouver. Its recreational offerings are diverse ranging from sporty to horticultural and include golf, tennis, lawn bowling, disc golf, an extensive outdoor arboretum and the indoor Bloedel Floral Conservatory. Expertly positioned, select ornamental trees and shrubs make this Vancouver's horticultural jewel located practically city-centre.
You can book your wedding ceremony at the Queen Elizabeth Park Celebration Pavilion! Adjacent to a superb outdoor fountain and a ring of West Coast style arbours, the Celebration Pavilion offers great views for guests and is located practically city-center. See website

Ignite your mind and discover the wonders of science.Popular, hands-on interactive displays, inspirational feature exhibitions, jae-dropping science demonstrations on Centre Stage, immersive films in the domed OMNIMAX® Theatre and awesome shows in the Science Theatre.
Science World is where everyone can have fun and learn about science, with the many exhibits, including interactive ones and the laser show. There are exhibits like Our World, Kidspace and Body Works. It's sure to be an unforgettable day of exploration as you meet STAN, our life-sized T-Rex, freeze your shadow in the shadow room and make your own inventions in Corporation Corner.There’s even a special mesmerizing area just for kids 2-6-years-old to enjoy. Fun for all ages, Science World is sure to jump-start your imagination. See website

A day in Canada’s most beautiful city would be incomplete without a visit to the Vancouver Art Gallery. This internationally acclaimed art museum offers the Vancouver’s top cultural experience in a stunning heritage building. The Gallery presents ever-changing world-class exhibitions, from historic masters to today’s most internationally acclaimed contemporary
artists. Weekends at the Gallery are not to be missed, with artful family fun and free activities for young visitors. The Vancouver Art Gallery's collection of over 10,000 works of art represents the most comprehensive resource for visual culture in British Columbia. Established in 1931 with the founding of the Gallery, the collection grows by several hundred works every
year. It is a principal repository of works produced in this region, as well as related works by other Canadian and international artists.See website

The Lions Gate Bridge, officially known as the first Narrows Bridge is a suspension bridge that connects the City of Vancouver and the North Shore municipalities.Bridge has become a landmark of Vancouver and the North it looks as though the Lions Gate Bridge will remain more or less as it is today, for many years to come. Since 1998, North and West Ltd. brought you the only Lions Gate Bridge / North Shore Traffic web cam in existence. See website

The Burrard Bridge is Art Deco style, connecting downtown Vancouver with Kitsilano via connections to Burrard Street on both ends. It is one of three bridges crossing False Creek.
The other two bridges are the Granville Bridge, and the Cambie Street Bridge. Has sidewalks on both sides and spectacular view. Cyclists and pedestrians now have their own protected routes to cross the bridge more safely. The lane trial  represents an affordable and positive step towards safer, more sustainable commuting into downtown. It also means just one less vehicle lane out of the 30 that go over or around False Creek. 
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Granville Islands is most popular part of Vancouver. Located close to two of Vancouver main city bridges, at the place where English Bay becomes False Creek, suggests a beehive of human activity all around. Having exciting water
views from any point along its perimeter contributes to the sense that this is truly a unique space in more than just a local context. Granville Island was once an industrial manufacturing area, but is now a major tourist destination, providing amenities such as a public market, a large marina, a hotel, the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, a theaters and various shopping
areas. See website

Located in the heart of Vancouver's waterfront, Canada Place is an exciting and vibrant destination. Canada Place is home to Vancouver
Convention Centre East The Pan Pacific Hotel, Port Metro Vancouver Corporate Offices and Cruise Ship Terminal and World Trade Centre Office Complex. Canada Place was originally the site of a cargo pier.
Recognizing the beauty of the city’s harbor area, Vancouver officials decided to turn the pier into an attractive and unique structure that would certainly garner some international
attention during the festivities. Some compare the structure to the Sydney Opera House. See website

General Motors Place has become symbolic of Vancouver’s proud identity, serving as the city’s ambassador and host to the world of sports and entertainment. A staple of downtown Vancouver, GM Place is one of the premier sports and entertainment facilities in all of North America.
Home to the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League, General Motors Place has hosted numerous national and international events over the years, as well as welcomed a countless number of world renowned personalities including former US President Bill Clinton, HRH Queen Elizabeth II, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. See website

This is one of the biggest Chinatowns in North America. Mandarin and Cantonese are the mother tongues in 30 per cent of Vancouver homes, which makes Chinese the largest "minority" ethnic group. There are lots of interesting markets with many varieties of fresh and dried seafood and mushrooms. You'll also find inexpensive house ware and traditional Chinese medicine. During the summer, on weekend evenings, Keefer Streets become a busy open-air night market. If you have time for a leisurely meal, try dim sum at one of the many small restaurants. It is an inexpensive, multi-course culinary adventure. Relax in the peaceful Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, or marvel at the ornate Millennium Gate - just steps away on Pender Street. Visit the Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, or participate in one of its many activities.
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Vancouver began here. The historic district of Gastown is Vancouver's oldest neighborhood. Still as colorful as ever, it is a favorite destination of tourists.
Gastown's structures share a common Late Victorian and Edwardian look that harkens back to the region's development in the late 19th century. Check out the old Canadian Pacific Railway Station of 1912 for a tangible example of the decorative tastes of the time. A daytime stroll down Gastown's cobblestone streets reveals artist studios, designers' shops, First Nations' galleries and antique stores in refurbished heritage buildings. Gastown is also home to the world's first steam-powered clock, now one of the city's most photographed attractions. See website

English Bay is located west of the downtown, which separates the bay from Burrard Inlet and False Creek. English Bay Beach is the most popular sunbathing, swimming, and sunset-watching beach. Other downtown beaches facing English Bay include Sunset Beach, Second Beach and Third Beach. Along the south shore of the bay lie Kitsilano Beach, Jericho Beach, the Spanish Banks beaches, and Locarno Beach, while on the North Shore are Ambleside Beach and various smaller cove-beaches in the city of West Vancouver. English Bay beaches are all major tourist attraction to visitors all year long.