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Top recommendations from locals

Ölgerð
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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.”
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Almenningsgarður
“The city's highest point – 167m above sea level and with panoramic views over the mountain-framed downtown skyscrapers – this 52-hectare park claims to house specimens of every tree native to Canada. Sports fields, manicured lawns and formal gardens keep the locals happy, and you'll likely also see wide-eyed couples posing for their wedding photos in particularly picturesque spots. This is a good place to view local birdlife: keep your eyes peeled for chickadees, hummingbirds and huge bald eagles whirling high overhead. A lovely way to spend the day with the family, or to walk around and enjoy the a view of the city. ”
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Beach
“Kits beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out on to English Bay. The beach is home to the longest swimming pool in Canada, the salt-water outdoor Kitsilano Pool. Open annually from May to September. Toward the northern edge of the beach is a playground and a number of beach volleyball court.”
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Markaður
“The Granville Island Public Market is the jewel in the Island’s crown. An indoor market featuring a fascinating assortment of colourful food and produce stores, showcasing handcrafted products and the very finest in unique gifts. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field.”
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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.”
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Stadium
“Labelled as Western Canada’s premier venue for live events, BC Place is a glowing piece of the city’s skyline. It has a retractable roof, which is the largest of its kind in the world. It hosts concerts, as well as Vancouver Whitecaps and BC Lions games. It’s also home to BC Sports Hall of Fame.”
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Samvinnurými
“gems. Deep Cove Bounded by the Seymour community to the west, the waters of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm, and the wilderness forests of the North Shore mountains, Deep Cove is one of the most scenic spots in the lower mainland. Home to world-class recreation opportunities, locals and visitors alike seek out Deep Cove to hike the trails, shop in the village, and paddle or sail up Indian Arm. A favourite shooting location for TV and film productions, and home to galleries, concerts in the park, and its own small stage theatre, the Deep Cove area includes the Cove Cliff, Dollarton, and Indian Arm neighbourhoods, as well as Deep Cove village NEIGHBOURHOODS Yaletown Heritage meets modern describes the historic district of Yaletown in Vancouver, BC. Yaletown provides the serenity of an oceanfront seawall, along with the largest selection of trendy patios and award winning boutiques. As a great escape within the big city, Yaletown offers an opportunity to explore acclaimed restaurants and eclectic shops set along heritage brick walkways with free area WiFi.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“In the early 1900s, Granville Island was home to factories, plants and sawmills. Things are a little different today—Granville Island is both a locals’ favorite and a huge draw for visitors. Technically a sandspit and not an island, the neighbourhood sits just south of the downtown peninsula, right under the Granville Bridge. The Granville Island Public Market acts as a hub of activity, but it’s also one of the city’s most important cultural districts with theatres, artisan workshops and craft studios.”
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Sælkerapöbb
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“CRAFT Beer Market is a premium casual restaurant located in the historic Salt Building in the heart of Olympic Village. With a focus on using fresh, local ingredients whenever possible, all menu items are handcrafted in house to provide the freshest food possible. With 140 taps, CRAFT is proud to offer Canada’s largest selection of draft beer along with an extensive list of wine, cocktails and spirits. The welcoming atmosphere is created by friendly staff, vintage architectural design, great music and flat screen TV’s.”
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Garður
“Van Dusen is a 55-acre oasis in the heart of Vancouver with over 7,500 plant species and varieties from around the world! Spot and photograph local wildlife, find your way through an Elizabethan hedge maze and unwind in a serene natural setting. Don't forget to check it out during Christmas or Halloween for their seasonal events!”
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Beach
“Tourists favorite in summer. A beautiful sandy beach with great seaside views.”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“Oakridge Centre is a well-established regional mall centrally located in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. The retail component totals 574,000 sq. ft. and consists of a vibrant mix of convenience shopping and upscale fashion destination tenants. The centre welcomes some 8.7 million visitors annually and features many limited or exclusive tenants including Crate & Barrel, Apple, MaxMara, Hugo Boss, Harry Rosen, Stuart Weitzman, LEGO, Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co. and more.”
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Grænmetisveitingastaður
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“One of Vancouver's oldest vegetarian restaurants, The Naam, is located in Kitsilano. Open 24-hours a day, the restaurant’s yam fries with miso gravy have inspired many a late-night stop after a night out on the town. There are also many additional healthy, organic and farm-to-table options. For instance, down by the water, along the foot of Yew Street and Cornwall, you'll find a plethora of laid-back neighbourhood bars and restaurants. They tend to serve delicious seafood, along with wines and cocktails to match. Along West 4th, expect polished dining with a multicultural twist. Meanwhile, West Broadway boasts inspiring Greek and Mediterranean food, as many of Vancouver's Greek immigrants originally settled here.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Offering a recreational space like no other, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park consist of 73 kilometers of walking trails, more than 50 kilometers of cycling ways, gorgeous beaches that offer a view of the inlet and lush greenery that is perfect for some nature therapy! Explore wooded pathways that twirl around waterfalls, trees that add magic to the trails and lookout points that will take your breath away. The park is also dog friendly and often you will find owners taking their dogs along for the hike.”
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Sjávarréttastaður
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“Best seafood restaurant in the city, hands down. Superb dining experience. The A-list crowd goes here, you could see movie stars or pop stars enjoying a delicious meal. Great ambience. Definitely worth a visit.”
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Indverskur veitingastaður
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“If you're a fan of Indian food, you have to stop by one of Vancouver's most renown restaurants ran by none other than Vikram Vij. ”
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