The tourist brochures declare Vancouver to be "Spectacular by nature." The city is situated among a background of snow-sprinkled highlands, drenched rain forest, and sandy beaches.Gradually earning recognition as one of the world’s most livable cities; Vancouver features extraordinary restaurants, top notch shopping, unlimited summer and winter activities, incredible cultural diversity and a cosmopolitan population. Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics that brought it much into the limelight.Vancouver's natural beauty entice the international rich (who have third- and fourth-homes in the city) to take a flight to the city; TV and film crews take benefit of the city and its beauty to film a lot of media. All tourists love to travel this city of extremes for its fairest weather, arts, fresh seafood, recreational opportunities and simply soaking up the surrounding beauty.
Vancouver is a heaven for leisure activities. One can choose from skiing, golfing, hiking, tennis, cycling or sailing, at times all on the same day. Theatre, sport, music, art and other entertaining activities keep people engaged and delighted.
Vancouverites are friendly people. The city has a multicultural society with colourful cultures from all over the world flourishing in harmony. The city embodies the value of peaceful coexistence. Families, friends, couples, gay & lesbian travellers are all welcomed heartily into the city.
All special needs of the visitors are accomplished in the city in no time; everything is within reach here. The Vancouver airport offers convenient access from all over the globe. What’s more? People love to walk on the city’s streets, cycle and even rely on public transportation for covering long miles.
Now, who doesn’t love to travel to a city with the best weather? Well, Vancouver seldom slopes below freezing in the winter months and rarely upsurges above 30 degrees in the summer. Humidity is no question here! You’re free to explore the city year-round.
Low violent crime makes Vancouver a safe city. Tourists do not feel threatened in the streets. Interestingly, the city has ample of bike lanes separated from traffic and pedestrians.
My husband and I plan to be in Vancouver arriving April 15 and leaving April 22. Looking forward to our visit for our 25th anniversary trip!