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Vancouver Guide

From its humble beginnings to the bustling, busy city we know and love today, Vancouver has always been a centre of art, entertainment and trade that leaves no traveller disappointed. Located in the far west, the Canadian seaport city is truly a place to be – ranked one of the best cities to live in, Vancouver has something to offer to visitors of all kinds. From the refreshing Stanley Park, through frisky nightlife locations to the numerous art museums and galleries, Vancouver is a perfect holiday location for any urban traveller.

Visiting Vancouver will surely be an experience to remember! Now you can save time and money finding the best cheap airfares from Perth to Vancouver with Webjet!

 

Things to do in Vancouver

Vancouver Lookout

Frequent Vancouver tourists would argue that your first stop on any Vancouver sightseeing trip should be the Vancouver Lookout. Reason being that you can get a panoramic 360-degree view of the many splendours of Vancouver from the North Shore to the Olympic Peninsula Mountains and more. All for AUD 18.50 (for adults). Make sure to go on a clear day as clouds can obstruct the magnificent view.

Queen Elizabeth Park

While Stanley Park does get a lot of attention, Queen Elizabeth Park has plenty to offer tourists and nature lovers as well. This park alone attracts about 6 million visitors per year, and with good reason.

The park is home to over 1,500 trees, both native and exotic and 500 different exotic plants that require 3 different climate zones. Not only that but Bloedel Conservatory, located in the park, also features about 120 different species of free flying exotic birds. The park is also the highest point in Vancouver, offering splendid views and photo opportunities.

Yaletown

To find a good place for a drink or nice meal, we can recommend visiting Yaletown. Once it was a warehouse district, but since then it has been transformed into a vibrant late-night hot spot for Vancouver citizens and tourists alike. Yaletown offers bars, hotels, chic boutiques, and so on. There is a wide range of drinking and dining options at various price points, or in other words, there’s something for everyone.

Best time to visit Vancouver

What is the best time to visit Vancouver?

The spring season lasts from March to May in Vancouver, and it’s considered the best time to visit Vancouver if you’d like to catch some good weather for strolls around the city, but still avoid high accommodation prices that tend to peak in the summer. 

From June to August the city is full and expensive, as the summer season is the most popular among travellers. And for a good reason – the city has many outdoor activities and special events during the warm season.

On the other hand, winter sport lovers should consider visiting from December to February. The Grouse Mountain slopes are coated with powdery snow at this time!  

Airports

Departing from Perth

On a daily basis, there are more than 60 cheap flights to Vancouver from Perth flying from PER to YVR. These flights are provided by reliable airlines, some of which are Japan Airlines, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Australia, Qantas Airways, and American Airlines. Cheap flights to Vancouver from Perth do not have to be long – in fact, you can arrive in Canada in as little as 21 hours.

Getting to Perth Airport (PER)

Commuting to and from the airport is quite simple, as the Perth Airport (PER) is only 10km far from the Central Business District. On a light traffic, a taxi drive may be as short as 20 minutes from CBD to the T1 terminal area. Prepare around AUD 45 for the ride.

A cheaper option for the transportation to the airport would be taking a public bus. Transperth buses have great luggage options and a ticket costs only about AUD 5. The bus departs from Elizabeth Quay Bus Station every 30 minutes, but it is not a 24/7 service, so make sure to check the ride timetable ahead of time. You should arrive to the airport from the city centre in 30-40 minutes.

 

Parking at Perth Airport

You should feel confident taking a long flight to Vancouver when you use the airport’s value parking option. This is the cheapest parking in the area. It’s fairly close to the airport terminals, and 24/7 shuttle bus runs every 10 minutes, taking passengers free of charge.

If you’re rushing to catch your flight, you might want to consider parking close to the terminal. While much more expensive, the short-term parking service is a good choice as you can reach the T1 terminal on foot in 5-minutes. 

 

From which terminal will your flight from Perth to Vancouver depart?

The majority of international flights departing from Perth Airport use the T1 international terminal. However, Jetstar flights departs from T3, while Qantas does so from T4.

 

Arriving in Vancouver (YVR)

Taking one of the cheap airfares from Perth to Vancouver, you’ll find yourself on the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Reaching your accommodation should not be a problem, as Downtown Vancouver is located only 12 km away from the airport. 

 

Getting to Vancouver city centre from the Vancouver International Airport

There are plenty of ways to leave Vancouver Airport (YVR) and travel to Vancouver downtown. Taxis are the simplest option, and you can either take a metered or a flat rate ride. This trip will cost around CAD 40. 

Canada Line train is a cheaper way to get to the downtown. Getting to the trains is quite easy, as you only need to follow the Canada Line signs once you reach the International Arrivals Greeting Area. The train takes around 30 minutes to reach the downtown and a ticket costs up to CAD 10.

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See more of Vancouver

From its humble beginnings to the bustling, busy city we know and love today, Vancouver has always been a centre of art, entertainment and trade that leaves no traveller disappointed. Located in the far west, the Canadian seaport city is truly a place to be – ranked one of the best cities to live in, Vancouver has something to offer to visitors of all kinds. From the refreshing Stanley Park, through frisky nightlife locations to the numerous art museums and galleries, Vancouver is a perfect holiday location for any urban traveller.

Visiting Vancouver will surely be an experience to remember! Now you can save time and money finding the best cheap airfares from Perth to Vancouver with Webjet!

 

Things to do in Vancouver

Vancouver Lookout

Frequent Vancouver tourists would argue that your first stop on any Vancouver sightseeing trip should be the Vancouver Lookout. Reason being that you can get a panoramic 360-degree view of the many splendours of Vancouver from the North Shore to the Olympic Peninsula Mountains and more. All for AUD 18.50 (for adults). Make sure to go on a clear day as clouds can obstruct the magnificent view.

Queen Elizabeth Park

While Stanley Park does get a lot of attention, Queen Elizabeth Park has plenty to offer tourists and nature lovers as well. This park alone attracts about 6 million visitors per year, and with good reason.

The park is home to over 1,500 trees, both native and exotic and 500 different exotic plants that require 3 different climate zones. Not only that but Bloedel Conservatory, located in the park, also features about 120 different species of free flying exotic birds. The park is also the highest point in Vancouver, offering splendid views and photo opportunities.

Yaletown

To find a good place for a drink or nice meal, we can recommend visiting Yaletown. Once it was a warehouse district, but since then it has been transformed into a vibrant late-night hot spot for Vancouver citizens and tourists alike. Yaletown offers bars, hotels, chic boutiques, and so on. There is a wide range of drinking and dining options at various price points, or in other words, there’s something for everyone.

What is the best time to visit Vancouver?

The spring season lasts from March to May in Vancouver, and it’s considered the best time to visit Vancouver if you’d like to catch some good weather for strolls around the city, but still avoid high accommodation prices that tend to peak in the summer. 

From June to August the city is full and expensive, as the summer season is the most popular among travellers. And for a good reason – the city has many outdoor activities and special events during the warm season.

On the other hand, winter sport lovers should consider visiting from December to February. The Grouse Mountain slopes are coated with powdery snow at this time!  

Departing from Perth

On a daily basis, there are more than 60 cheap flights to Vancouver from Perth flying from PER to YVR. These flights are provided by reliable airlines, some of which are Japan Airlines, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Australia, Qantas Airways, and American Airlines. Cheap flights to Vancouver from Perth do not have to be long – in fact, you can arrive in Canada in as little as 21 hours.

Getting to Perth Airport (PER)

Commuting to and from the airport is quite simple, as the Perth Airport (PER) is only 10km far from the Central Business District. On a light traffic, a taxi drive may be as short as 20 minutes from CBD to the T1 terminal area. Prepare around AUD 45 for the ride.

A cheaper option for the transportation to the airport would be taking a public bus. Transperth buses have great luggage options and a ticket costs only about AUD 5. The bus departs from Elizabeth Quay Bus Station every 30 minutes, but it is not a 24/7 service, so make sure to check the ride timetable ahead of time. You should arrive to the airport from the city centre in 30-40 minutes.

 

Parking at Perth Airport

You should feel confident taking a long flight to Vancouver when you use the airport’s value parking option. This is the cheapest parking in the area. It’s fairly close to the airport terminals, and 24/7 shuttle bus runs every 10 minutes, taking passengers free of charge.

If you’re rushing to catch your flight, you might want to consider parking close to the terminal. While much more expensive, the short-term parking service is a good choice as you can reach the T1 terminal on foot in 5-minutes. 

 

From which terminal will your flight from Perth to Vancouver depart?

The majority of international flights departing from Perth Airport use the T1 international terminal. However, Jetstar flights departs from T3, while Qantas does so from T4.

 

Arriving in Vancouver (YVR)

Taking one of the cheap airfares from Perth to Vancouver, you’ll find yourself on the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Reaching your accommodation should not be a problem, as Downtown Vancouver is located only 12 km away from the airport. 

 

Getting to Vancouver city centre from the Vancouver International Airport

There are plenty of ways to leave Vancouver Airport (YVR) and travel to Vancouver downtown. Taxis are the simplest option, and you can either take a metered or a flat rate ride. This trip will cost around CAD 40. 

Canada Line train is a cheaper way to get to the downtown. Getting to the trains is quite easy, as you only need to follow the Canada Line signs once you reach the International Arrivals Greeting Area. The train takes around 30 minutes to reach the downtown and a ticket costs up to CAD 10.

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