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  • City of North Vancouver

    City of North Vancouver
    The City of North Vancouver lies to the north of downtown Vancouver, across the Burrard Inlet. Excellent views of Downtown skyline and North Shore Mountains can be seen. Travel here from downtown by the Seabus, every 15mins during peak times: http://www.translink.bc.ca/Transportation_Services/SeaBus/
  • Granvillie Island Market

    Granvillie Island Market
    Granville Island Market is one of the most visited places in Vancouver. Its the place to soak in the atmosphere of the City.
  • Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

    Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
    Queen Elizabeth Park is one of the most visited places in Vancouver. According to the park board the park receives 6 Million visitors a year and that it is also the highest place in Vancouver.
  • Pride Vancouver

    Pride Vancouver
    In August 2007 it was the 29th annual Pride festival in Vancouver. The festival runs for several weeks, but the highlight is always the Pride Parade, a great fun event for all. This year 385,000 people were there to watch the 2 hours of crazy creative floats, teams, music, costumes and dancing.
  • Grouse Mountain

    Grouse Mountain
    A trip up to Grouse Mountain is a must for visitors, the scenery is amazing and there's so much to do all year round. In winter it's a snow-sports playground, with skiing, snowboarding, terrain parks, snowshoeing and ice-skating. You can rent the equipment here if you need to and there are lessons too. While you're sliding around you'll be enjoying views of the city below, and the other north shore mountains. Grouse is one of 3 local ski areas, but only Grouse has the Sky ride, a big red gondola which operates year round.
  • Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C.

    Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C.
    Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C. Canada is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island (Canada's West). It's a quiet place, situated in a beautiful bay, and perfect for a lazy day.
  • Park Stanley

    Park Stanley
    One of Vancouver's prize attractions and loved by all who visit and live in the city, is Stanly Park. This is the city's largest green space and located to the west of Downtown Vancouver. Stanly Park has so much to offer. For the most part it is surrounded by the sea and meandering along the water's edge is the seawall where walkers, joggers, bikers and roller-bladders can complete a ca. 10km peripheral circuit of the park. However, you can also take advantage of the free Stanely Park shuttle service that starts mid-June and runs daily until the end of September from 10:00 am until 6:30 pm.
  • Vancouver Aquarium

    Vancouver Aquarium
    The world famous, most watched animals on YouTube, the super cute Sea Otters, are here in Vancouver Aquarium. You will hear people saying "they're so cute", because they hold hands, it's called "rafting" and they do it in the ocean to keep together.
  • Vancouver

    Vancouver
    Vancouver was my first trip alone, and the trip that I'll never ever forget. I spent one month there studying and sight-seeing. If you think of traveling to study English, definitely you have to go to Vancouver, it's a great place to study. Besides that, it's a great city for people who want to have everything around them.
  • Kitsilano Beach Park

    Kitsilano Beach Park
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Kitsilano Beach Park oder Kits Park, wie er lokal genannt wird, ist einer der bekanntesten Spots in Vancouver.
  • Granvillie Island Market

    Granvillie Island Market
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Granville Island Market ist eine der meist besuchten Sehenswürdigkeiten in Vancouver. Es ist der beste Ort um in die Atmosphäre der Stadt einzutauchen.
  • Winter in Vancouver

    Winter in Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Die Stadt Vancouver hat gerade die größten Schneefälle seit 1967 erlebt. Normalerweise fällt in Vancouver im Winter nicht viel Schnee, manchmal sogar gar keiner, aber dieses Jahr fielen in der Innenstadt 60 cm Schnee, die für erschwerte Reisebedingungen verantwortlich waren: Flugverspätungen, gestrichene Zugverbindungen, Busse konnten nicht fahren und Autos blieben überall stecken. Die Stadt traf es völlig unvorbereitet.
  • Orgulho Vancouver

    Orgulho Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Em Agosto de 2007 aconteceu o 29º Pride Fesival de Vancouver. O festival dura várias semanas, mas o destaque é o Pride Parade, um evento divertido para todos. Neste ano, 385 mil pessoas estiveram para assistir a duas horas de carros alegóricos muito doidos e criativos, times, música, fantasias e dança.
  • Aquário de Vancouver

    Aquário de Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Os mundialmente conhecidos, mais assistidos animais do YouTube, as super fofas lontras marinhas, estão aqui no Aquário de Vancouver. Você vai ouvir pessoas dizendo "Elas são tão fofas", porque elas nadam de mãos dadas e fazem isso para se manterem juntas no oceano.
  • Kurztrips im Frühling: Die Hängebrücke von Capilano

    Kurztrips im Frühling: Die Hängebrücke von Capilano
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Die meisten Leute machen sich für ihre Kurztrips im Frühling auf den Weg in den Süden, irgendwohin wo es warm ist. Ich dagegen bin in meinem letzten Jahr als Student nach Vancouver gefahren, und habe mir endlich ein Spiel meiner geliebten Canucks live angesehen. Und ich habe auch dem pazifischen Nordwesten einen Besuch abgestattet, den ich ein paar Jahre zuvor noch meine Heimat nannte.
  • Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

    Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    クイーン・エリザベス公園(Queen Elizabeth Park)はバンクーバーの有名な観光地で、一年間に6百万人の訪問者を記録しています。バンクーバー市内では一番海抜が高い場所にあり、景色を一望することができる場所です。
  • Inverno em Vancouver

    Inverno em Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    A Cidade de Vancouver sentiu recentemente o seu maior nevão desde 1967. Tradicionalmente Vancouver não recebe muita neve (por vezes nenhuma) mas este ano teve 60 cm de neve, e criou condições de viagem muito perigosas com atrasos nos aeroportos, cancelamentos nos trens, ônibus não passando, carros presos por todo o lado. A Cidade em si não estava preparada.

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