Granville Island Market is one of the most visited places in Vancouver. Its the place to soak in the atmosphere of the City.
Granville Island Market is one of the most visited places in Vancouver. Its the place to soak in the atmosphere of the City. The market is most famous for it’s wide range of Shops and Outlets selling Food, Clothes, Gifts and anything else you might need.
The setting of the market is in Central Vancouver. During most of the year there is outdoor entertainment. At weekends the place is very busy indeed making for a tight squeeze going through the Food Market. The best time to visit is during the week when it is a little quieter and you can really see the variety of produce on offer.
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