Pretty cool for a cuple days, even you're alone. A small nice city you'll have seen all the important things in a short time.
Cities near Vancouver
- 1Canada13 reviews
I love being based in North Van because I get the most spectacular views of Vancouver from here. Summer days on the pier watching the city and blogging, bliss.
- 2Canada16 reviews
All I have to say...one will NEVER go hungry visiting Richmond BC. There are so many different types of restaurants at many different price points...opened at all times of the day. Thanks to the Canada Line Skytrain that has been placed in service since the Winter Olympics in 2010, getting into Vancouver is a breeze if without a car. Hotel ...
- 3Canada5 reviews
- 4Canada3 reviews
it is a great place
- 5Canada1 review
it was a sad time for me but the people i went to visit there made my trip awesome!! nice to have great friends!!
- 6Canada1 review
Chronic Tacos is considered a "Fast Casual" concept that offers real Mexican food, from healthy authentic third generation recipes, made fresh daily and made just for you.
- 7Canada1 review
- 9Canada1 review
First snow fall 2011
- 10Canada1 review
Bowen is the closest island to Vancouver and a popular vacation home area for the locals because of all the biking, hiking, beach and water activities. But it also has an interesting permanent population which seems to include a lot of crafts people thus making it an interesting place to shop for unique items. There are a lot of restaurants ...
- 12Washington, USA1 review
Point Roberts is located in the state of Washington in the United States but the only way to get there on land is by travelling from Vancouver in Canada. It is a popular spot for vacation homes as the town offers all the advantages of its seashore location and ancient forests.
- 13Washington, USA12 reviews
Rena's salmon sculpture. I still love it two years later.
- 14Canada2 reviews
Sidney is a town on the southern end of Vancouver Island just north of the city of Victoria. It is located near the airport and ferry. It offers waterfront activities for those who like a smaller, quieter setting than Victoria.
- 15Canada3 reviews
I was there for 3wks, beautiful place to visit, lots & lots to do, many beaches to visit, Mollys Reach great food, the weather was awesome. Going back in Nov.
- 16Canada1 review
At The end of cowichan lake with the fam Heather campsite is the place to be.
- 18Washington, USA2 reviews
If you like small little towns that look like a movie set from the 50s 60s, with scenery that you haven't seen in your life before. Visit Blaine WA!
- 19Washington, USA3 reviews
Roche Harbor is a lovely place to stay. The sunsets alone are amazing. Nice selection of hotels and restaurants. Can also enjoy watching the activity in the harbor.
- 20Canada5 reviews
Your bike says to Squamish, "Come at me, bro."