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Holidays To Vancouver

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Vancouver is a city on the mainland of British Columbia in Canada. It is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada, and is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in canada owing to immigrants from all over the world settling in the city throughout its history. Travel Center provides the perfect holidays to Vancouver, whether you are a frequent traveller or on your first holiday in years. We make sure you travel in safety and in comfort, as we have partnered with world-class airlines to take you to Vancouver. Vancouver is the most densely populated Canadian city, and this is reflected by the city’s skyline, which contains many high-rise buildings and skyscrapers. The architectural styles within the city are diverse, but tend to be modern. Vancouver’s diverse population makes it a culturally rich city, with many cultural events and festivals being held throughout the year to celebrate the city’s great diversity. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Vancouver, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Vancouver with us and experience this attractive Canadian City at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -8:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Air Canada, British Airways, Air Transit, Lufthansa, United Airlines


English, Cantonese, Mtoarin

Best Time to Travel

April to September

Modes of Transport

Ferry, Car, Taxi, Bicycle, Scooter

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.05 CAD

Check out our Top 10 attractions in and make sure you don't miss it

Stanley Park

A luxuriant peninsula park of large trees next to Downtown Vancouver. A concreted seawall trail surrounds the green space, and many tourists take the time to tour on foot or by bicycle. Inland, the park provides various other things to do.

Granville Island

Now a flourishing hub of action with an unwinding and unique aura. Artists and dealers have transported into transformed warehouses besides houseboats, theaters, galleries, and restaurants. The Granville Island Public Market is one of the most famous appeals vending fruit and vegetables, seafood, and a great range of other departments.

Grouse Mountain

Providing a matchless view in clear weather. That's exceptionally so during the evenings when the city lights are on. A gondola works daily running from street level to the top, where dining, ventures, and wildlife await cliff travellers year-round.

Museum of Anthropology

Associating with lifestyles from around the world, but places certain importance on British Columbia First Nations. Displays show local art, plus huge totem poles in the Great Hall. Other demonstrations tour ethnographic and archaeological items portraying Asia, the South Pacific, the Americas, Africa, and Europe.

Kitsilano Beach

The sandy coastline of Kitsilano Beach describes the relaxed, happy Vancouver culture. It's a place natives chill with friends or take a dip in the outdoor fiery seawater swimming pool, and tourists come to appreciate the mountain scenery. Sights from Kitsilano over the city hub are marvellous.


The most ancient portion of the city, it's a region of restaurants, galleries, and stores located in cautiously remodeled Victorian structure. Traditional constructions, cobblestone roads, and iron lampposts give the region its unique aura. Gastown came into being in 1867 when a man named John Deighton came on the scene.

Canada Place

This is where every tour starts, the extraordinary roof generates the notion of a large sailing boat. The structurally extraordinary building is part cruise ship station, part convention hub and resort, and part center for travelling bus tours. At the conclusion of the pier, there are sweeping sights and the Flyover Canada appeal.


The foreign and fascinating Chinatown highlights current constructions among various ancient ones dating from Victorian period. Signs at stores and restaurants are frequently written in Chinese letters, especially beside East Pender, Keefer, and Main roads - the leading shopping regions. Native appeals comprise of the attractive walled Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.

English Bay

Concentrating on one of the city's beautiful and active beaches. Part of the West End neighborhood, English Bay provides shopping and posh restaurants, but it’s also a famous open air district where people come to stroll, bike, rollerblade, or hang out with the general art fittings.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Vancouver's initial tourist appeal opened in 1889, and has been exciting tourists with its shaking bridge over a plunging canyon ever since. The footbridge traverses a 70-meter deep river canyon leading to an activity park packed with jungle trails and a treetop stroll between old-growth giants.