One of the fastest growing cities in North America
The beautiful city of Vancouver with its scenic views, mild climate and friendly people is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. As one of Canada’s most exciting cities, Vancouver is truly a global city. Ethnically and linguistically diverse, 52% of the population speaks a first language other than English. It enjoys economic prosperity attracting prominent figures and investors from around the globe. Vancouver is frequently ranked in the top three livable cities in the world.
“You’re gorgeous, you’re sophisticated, you live well…Vancouver is Manhattan with mountains. It’s a liquid city, a tomorrow city, equal parts India, China, England, France and the Pacific Northwest. It’s the cool North American sibling.” – The New York Times
“In winter, the heart of downtown [Vancouver] is 30 minutes from the ski slopes. In summer, sun seekers crowd its beaches and seaside promenades. And despite a rain-prone climate, it displays a perpetually sunny disposition. Consider it the supermodel of North American cities.” – USA Today
Where to stay!
Vancouver boasts an abundant number of top-notch hotels, many of which are conveniently located near the Vancouver Convention Centre including three world-class connecting properties. Click here to find accommodations and here to check out Vancouver’s AirBnB.
Got a craving?
Vancouver is one of the world’s best dining destinations featuring local and seasonal ingredients including seafood, a myriad of cultural cuisine, and famous British Columbia wines and local craft beers.
Some serious shopping and sights!
A remarkably walkable downtown core makes the city’s abundant shops and tourist attractions easily accessible. Shop along trendy Robson Street or historic Gastown. Experience live theatre or a professional sporting event. Visit the famous Stanley Park or take a short water taxi ride to eclectic Granville Island.
Want to play in the Great Outdoors?
Cycle the Seawall. Play a round of golf at the city’s beautiful courses. Kayak the shoreline. Or hike the scenic trails in the North Shore Mountains.