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Top recommendations from locals

Park
“Stanley Park is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada and is mostly surrounded by waters of Burrard Inlet and English Bay. The park has a long history and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city.”
  • 1091 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Permanent and traveling exhibits ranging from modernist to contemporary. Have lunch at the cafe. Cheap on Tuesday nights.”
  • 398 locals recommend
Brewery
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“The Arts and Cultural center of Vancouver. There's an awesome market, loads of theatres and art shops, and beautiful views of the city. Busy on weekends.”
  • 508 locals recommend
Tattoo Parlor
“Lot's of trendy shops, souvenir stores and delicious restaurants to try. Line up and be amongst the people that take photos by the Steam Clock. ”
  • 438 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The Science World was the place for our famous for the Expo 86 convention. It is now a interactive and very educational of science. This is a very popular place to visit for all ages, for family, couples, seniors, school field trips. You could spend a good day in this place enjoy all unique science experience. This is a must visit. The area is also close to the Olympic Village which was one of the places that was build to host the Olympians in 2010 Olympics. Great walks, food and great for scenery photos.”
  • 359 locals recommend
Park
“English style garden everywhere. Good spot to see the city around on the hill.”
  • 315 locals recommend
Beach
“One of a number of great beaches in Vancouver. Volleyball, a big kids playground, food trucks and people watching.”
  • 301 locals recommend
Place to shop
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“Robson Street is Vancouver's outdoor shopping mall. It is located within walking distance to Pacific Center Mall and features many stores that are not located within the mall like Victoria's Secret and LuLuLemon North America Flagship stores”
  • 315 locals recommend
Aquarium
“If you feel like doing things indoors because the rain won’t stop, check out the Vancouver Aquarium that is located right in Stanley Park. ”
  • 273 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The most popular mall in Downtown Vancouver! There is marvellous stores for everyone at this shopping centre. ”
  • 164 locals recommend
Market
“Local market that is a lovely 15 minute walk away. Enjoy the beautiful green walkway that’s accessible from 7th at Laurel street. Enjoy walking or biking, without seeing a car or breathing in fumes. And come back with local fruits and veggies or enjoy dinner at many great restaurants!”
  • 256 locals recommend
Stadium
“BC Place is the largest sports, exhibition and entertainment venue of its kind in British Columbia, hosting the province’s most notable events including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. An all-new BC Place reopened in September 2011 after completing a major revitalization that included the installation of the largest cable-supported retractable roof of its kind in the world. BC Place has a seating capacity of 54,500. Today, BC Place is home to Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the BC Lions Football Club and the BC Sports Hall of Fame. BC Place is an important generator of economic activity in British Columbia, hosting world-class entertainment events, professional and amateur sport, community gatherings and exhibitions.”
  • 194 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“Indoor market with many dining options. Check out boutique stores this city has to offer. Listen to live music. Get your food snatched by seagulls. Make sure to try to Rosemary Rock Salt Bagel at Siegel's Bagels.  ”
  • 299 locals recommend
Hockey Arena
“Rogers Arena is an indoor sports arena located at 800 Griffiths Way in the downtown area of Vancouver, British Columbia. Opened in 1995, the arena was known as General Motors Place (GM Place) from its opening until July 6, 2010, when General Motors Canada ended its naming rights sponsorship and a new agreement for those rights was reached with Rogers Communications. Rogers Arena was built to replace Pacific Coliseum as Vancouver's primary indoor sports facility and in part due to the National Basketball Association's 1995 expansion into Canada, when Vancouver and Toronto were given expansion teams.”
  • 188 locals recommend
Beach
“English Bay is located west of the downtown peninsula and False Creek. Great beaches, bike rentals, shops, great restaurants. Best place to watch the sunsets. Relax and lay on the beach for relaxation and enjoy the sun. Great for all ages. ”
  • 176 locals recommend
Coworking Space
“The most trendy neighbourhood in Vancouver with lots of happening restaurants and bars. ”
  • 189 locals recommend