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1. Posted by Sammy86 (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Hi all,

I'm going to Vancouver in October for a week and was wondering what things i should do there. I know there's day trips to Whistler which I really want to do.

Any other suggestions?

2. Posted by tleb (Full Member 117 posts) 7y

Just google "things to do in vancouver" you'll probably find alot more things than you have the time for.

3. Posted by j3nn1f3r14 (Budding Member 60 posts) 7y

Check out stanley park!

4. Posted by SamSalmon (Respected Member 626 posts) 7y

Rent a bicycle and go around Stanley Park then on around False Creek to Granville Island-be sure to visit the Sake Brewery

Visit the Museum of Anthropology

5. Posted by jambo101 (Respected Member 414 posts) 7y

Take a ferry ride over to Victoria for the day,or take a tour on the Skybus around Vancouver or Seabus over to North Vancouver, Very large china town and although not what it once was Gastown is also a good place to shop for souvenirs and have a meal.

6. Posted by Piecar (Travel Guru 894 posts) 7y

Commercial Drive. English Bay. Jericho Beach for great views of the city. Deep Cove and rent a canoe or kayak. Drive the Sea to Sky. Lighthouse Park.


7. Posted by Sammy86 (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Thanks for the advice everyone. Only a few weeks to go. Looking forward to it.

8. Posted by way2goeh (Full Member 159 posts) 7y

bring a umbrella!

9. Posted by jats (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Granville Island as mentioned before is a great place to check out and be sure to visit the market while you are there. It is a really cool place with lots to see and plenty of foods you will want to try. Stanley Park as already mentioned is a great choice as well. There is a Hop on Hop Off Tour you can do as well, information should be available at the hotel front desk with pickup times and such. If you are looking for even more ideas is a great site that can help find places that you would enjoy. I hope you have a great trip!


10. Posted by BedouinLeo (Inactive 698 posts) 7y

Definately hire a car and do a trip up to the Rockies. Easy and spectacular.
Canada is one of the cheapest places in the world for car hire.