Updated: Jul 16, 2020
Was there ever a time when we were more bored and missing a vacation? The last few months have been stressful for all of us, and while we might not be able to travel too far this summer, we can give you some tips on what to see and explore in Vancouver!
Our Hotel Riviera is still open and we are ready to welcome you and give you some advice on how to stay busy in beautiful Vancouver!
Where To Dine- in?
Many of Vancouver's restaurants are reopening and welcoming guests again! Unfortunately, in some restaurants, you have to wait to be seated but we believe, that it's worth it if you need any recommendations where to dine- in, do not hesitate to ask us!
Where To Go?
Vancouver's attractions are also reopening to the public with the new health and safety protocol. Before visiting any attraction, please make sure, that you visit their website for ,ore information. Many attractions are asking to wear a mask and stay 2- metres apart!
Vancouver Art Gallery, Reopen June 15, 2020
Vancouver Art Gallery is located in the heart of downtown. Immerse yourself in ground- breaking historical and contemporary exhibitions, and encounter artworks by Canadian, Indigenous, and internationally acclaimed artists.
FlyOver Canada, Is Reopening on June 18, 2020
FlyOver Canada is opening again and offering two shows, classic Canadian 4D flight experience, and special FlyOver Iceland Show.
Capilano Suspension Bridge, Reopening on June 19, 2020
Capilano Suspension Park is one of the most popular attractions in Vancouver and is open again! This beautiful place is on our must list! They're plenty of things to see and do, from Suspension Bridge, Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure, and many many more!
Beaches and Parks
Vancouver’s parks and beaches are all open for you to enjoy some fresh air and socially- distanced meetups with friends. Take a hike in Lighthouse Park, Grouse Mountain, or in Pacific Spirit Regional Park.