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The city of Vancouver offers everything from stunning landscapes, superb restaurants, remarkable cultural diversity and some of the best sporting events in the world. Like many dynamic cities, neighbourhoods define Vancouver: Gastown is a charming and historic area with cobblestone streets, small shops and intimate restaurants; Kitsilano is a casual and health conscious neighbourhood; Chinatown has traditional architecture and large open-air markets; and Robson Street is known for its fashionable boutique shopping and one-of-a-kind eateries. It boasts 400 hectares of breathtaking scenery in Stanley Park, which has been designated a national historic site of Canada and attracts visitors and residents alike to enjoy the outdoors at its finest. It is no wonder that Vancouver has been named one of the most beautiful and livable cities in the world.
Enjoying the city's cultural, natural and social attractions is easy. Whether by foot, bus or boat, you can feel the pulse of this vibrant city everywhere you go. Discover the magnificent green oasis and surrounding landscapes that make Vancouver a favourite for visitors from all over the world.
The multicultural character of Vancouver can easily be seen in the wide range of cuisine, a fusion of many ethnic flavours: African/Indian, Greek/Italian and Mediterranean/French, with fresh seafood is on almost every menu. With chefs blurring international boundaries and restaurants ranging from bohemian to ultra chic, Vancouver has refined the art of eating out.
Vancouver may be one of the best places in the world for sipping on a cup of slow-brewed java made with organic, fair-trade and locally-roasted beans, but where do you go when you’ve got a meeting, a paper due or a pile of emails to send? Vancouver has some great cafés when you need wi-fi, a meeting place or just a great cup of coffee, many with lovely outdoor seating and views over the water.
From the flamboyant and outrageous to the laid-back and quiet, bars and pubs offer Vancouver residents and visitors alike a wide array of choices. The legal drinking age in Vancouver is 19, yet many up-scale establishments enforce a 21-23 age limit. Nightlife in Vancouver has something to offer everyone, from dance clubs to Irish pubs, live music venues and plenty of theatre and arts. Busy Granville Street on a Saturday night is electrifying, while Gastown and Yaletown have more than their share of hip, trendy spots.
The casual shopper will enjoy a stroll along Robson Street with its unique boutiques, coffeehouses and restaurants. Granville Island is one of Vancouver’s shopping hotspots and the hub of epicurean delight. The Public Market overflows with fresh vegetables, fruits and exotic herbs and spices. Art and handcrafted items, custom-built kayaks, wooden musical instruments, blown glass, leather goods and one-of-a-kind toys are a small sampling of items for sale.
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