Post- Coronavirus Travel Plans in Vancouver
For people who love travel, this has been a challenging time. Not for lack of news, but because most of us feel at home while on the road or in the sky. Since planning travel is linked to increased happiness, we’re sharing our future trips with you and why not explore beautiful Vancouver, BC?
Canadians are known for our friendly nature, and Vancouver's citizens take great pride in our welcoming, clean, safe streets - day or night, all year
round. ... A great walking city, Vancouver is clean, green, safe, and easily accessible! Book a room in Hotel Riviera On Robson! This amazing location
in the West End and enjoy the city!
Our Future Tips!
Grouse Mountain, The Peak of Vancouver
Just 15 minutes from downtown, Grouse Mountain sits on the edge of
wilderness and civilization. As Vancouver’s most visited attraction, the
resort’s unique combination of soft adventure, sophisticated leisure, and
rugged recreation truly make it a must-see destination.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives- Capilano
Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and exciting new Cliffwalk. The
450 long Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1989. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience.
Located in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown harbour front just a few
minutes from Hotel Riviera! Canada Place is an iconic national landmark
welcoming local residents, visitors, and ships to the West Coast. Canada
Place is a multi-use facility that includes FlyOver Canada, Vancouver
Convention Centre East, Pan Pacific Hotel...
See to Sky Gondola
The Sea to Sky Gondola is located on Highway 99 just south of Squamish, a scenic 45-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. A 10-minute gondola ride will take you up to a truly magical place with some of the most spectacular views you will ever see and activities for all interests and ages.