English Bay is one of Vancouver's most diverse neighborhoods. Located in downtown's West End, it's where the energetic action ... More
English Bay is one of Vancouver's most diverse neighborhoods. Located in downtown's West End, it's where the energetic action of Denman and Davie streets converges. The area is a popular venue for outdoor activities like in-line skating, cycling, walking the seawall, running, and jogging. There are bookstores, gift shops, fashion and cosmetic retailers and other specialty shops and an eclectic fusion of culinary arts and eateries with clientele to match. Some of the city's best dine-with-a-view restaurants can be found here.
Get a 360 degree view of Vancouver and its outlying areas from BC's tallest building, the Harbour Centre Tower. The
observation deck gives an unobstructed view of the city, Burrard Inlet, the North Shore mountains, Burnaby Mountain, West Vancouver, ...
This triodectic dome sits on the highest point of the city, in Queen Elizabeth Park. Visitors enter a miniature world
of waterfalls and bamboo bridges where they can talk to parrots or watch 50 species of birds fly around ...
Many postcards of the city display images of this "five sailed" complex adorning the harbor shoreline. The centre, located downtown,
was Canada's Pavilion at the 1986 World Expo and is currently the home of the World Trade Centre and ...
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