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Neighbourhood Overview

Gastown

Centrally-located Gastown is the oldest neighbourhood to visit when you book cheap flights to Vancouver. Gastown is teeming with history between old pubs and taverns alongside Victorian architecture. Today, Gastown is known as one of Vancouver’s most trendy neighbourhoods with boutique shops, art galleries, and some incredible food to experience when you book flights to Vancouver.

 

Coal Harbour

Coal Harbour is a downtown neighbourhood right on the city’s waterfront. In the past, Coal Harbour was used as an industrial coal shipyard, which is how it got its name. Coal Harbour is a charming and surprisingly quiet neighbourhood to experience for visitors with flights to Vancouver. It consists of the popular Stanley Park, cute cafes, and the occasional harbour seal popping out of the water to greet visitors with return flights to Vancouver.

 

Granville Island

Within easy reach of Vancouver, there are lots of islands to visit when you book airfare to Vancouver. Granville Island is tucked right off the shore of the city centre beside the fashionable West End and Yaletown neighbourhoods. Granville Island was once home to factories and mills until it was revamped in the 1970s to the neighbourhood you see today. Granville Island Public Market, as well as several theatres and art studio, is a popular destination for visitors with cheap flights to Vancouver.

 

West End

The West End is one of the most popular neighbourhoods among both locals and visitors with flights to Vancouver. The neighbourhood is bordered by Stanley Park on one side and English Bay on another. The West End was once one of Vancouver’s most exclusive neighbourhoods and is home to some gorgeous houses. The neighbourhood is also well-known for its great dining scene and beautiful beaches.

 

 

Best Things To Do on Weekends

Garibaldi Provincial Park

Vancouverites enjoy living an active, outdoor lifestyle. One of the most popular activities to enjoy during the weekend is to escape the hustle and bustle of the city to experience some stunning Canadian nature. When you book return flights to Vancouver, head about an hour north of the city to visit Garibaldi Provincial Park. The park is made up of several tall peaks, lakes, and meadows. In the winter, Mount Garibaldi is a popular skiing spot to experience after your flights to Vancouver. In the summer, the park offers hiking trails and scenic vistas.

 

Explore Lynn Canyon

Lynn Canyon is located just outside of Vancouver and can be reached in 20 minutes by car. The most popular attraction to see here when you book flights to Vancouver is the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge. While it isn’t as famous as the city’s Capilano Suspension Bridge, this alternative is free and offers views that are equally stunning. There are also plenty of hiking trails, waterfalls, and swimming holes to enjoy in Lynn Canyon when you book cheap flights to Vancouver.

 

Whistler

About an hours’ drive north of Vancouver is the resort town of Whistler. This town is a popular weekend getaway for both locals and visitors with flights to Vancouver. If you book return flights to Vancouver in the winter, Whistler is an amazing place to go skiing. During the spring, summer, and autumn, there are some gorgeous hiking trails around Whistler with views of the Pacific Ranges. Plenty of other activities are available to visitors with plane tickets to Vancouver as well, such as kayaking, mountain biking, lakeside beaches, and bear spotting.

 

 

Public Transport and How to Get Around After Flights to Vancouver

With a system of buses, trains, and ferries, it’s easy to get around the city when you arrive on cheap flights to Vancouver. While travelling through central Vancouver, bus routes 2, 22, 19, and 7 can get you to most central places you may want to visit. Vancouver’s SkyTrain is a light rapid transit system that offers three lines between downtown Vancouver and the city’s suburbs. Some popular stops on the SkyTrain are Waterfront, Granville, and Yaletown. The SkyTrain also offers service from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) on the Canada line. For a scenic ride around Vancouver, you can catch one of the city’s ferries. Ferries are available to the many islands around Vancouver as well as popular central spots Granville Island, the West End, and Yaletown.

Public transport fares in Vancouver are charged based on three different zones. Almost every spot you’ll visit as a tourist when you have airfare to Vancouver, including Vancouver International Airport (YVR), is located in zone 1. Zone 1 fare costs $2.95 CAD ($3.10 AUD) normally, but $2.30 CAD ($2.40 AUD) if you use a Compass transport card.

 

 

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