Vancouver Post Cruise City Tour
We pick you up at Canada Place or Ballantyne Cruise terminal with your luggage, provide a great Vancouver tour, then drop you and your luggage at your hotel, the train station or the airport in time to catch your 5:00 PM or later flight.
* Canada Place: Cruise ship terminal or Ballentyne Pier
* Granville Mall: See the neon lights along Granville
* Robson Street: The city’s finest shopping finds
* Stanley Park: Stops at the Totem Poles & Prospect Point.
* English Bay: Gorgeous views along our downtown beach
* Granville Island: Public market, marinas, galleries & more
* Chinatown: 2nd largest in North America
* Gastown: Historic Vancouver & the world famous Steam Clock
* The Lookout: 360° panoramic viewing deck
Stanley Park: One of the largest urban parks in North America, Stanley Park is 1000 acres of rain forest, beaches, gardens and fun. The bus stops at Totem Park where you can wander among totem poles and at Prospect Point, a great viewpoint for the Lions Gate Bridge, the Burrard Inlet and the North Shore Mountains. Your tour will parallel the Stanley Park seawall, one of the most popular places in Vancouver to walk, ride a bike or rollerblade.
Chinatown: Looking for paper lanterns, pottery, a bamboo back scratcher, Chinese herbs or other exotic gifts? Vancouver’s Chinatown won’t disappoint you. You’ll feel you’ve taken a shortcut to China.
English Bay: This beach, located in the trendy West End, is an ideal place to swim, stroll or watch the boats, ships and the world go by. Famous with locals for its sunsets.
Gastown: Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood, famous for its cobblestone streets, steam clock, and quaint shops.Gastown was Vancouver’s first downtown and is named after “Gassy” Jack Deighton, a British seaman, steamboat captain and barkeep who arrived in 1867 to open the area’s first saloon.
Granville Island: Browse through the Public Market, art studios and galleries, specialty shops and get a snack at the international food fair.
The Entertainment District: See Canada Place, home to the cruise ship terminal and the Vancouver convention centre. Then on to Queen Elizabeth Theatre home of Vancouver Opera, BC Ballet and Broadway shows, and finally Vancouver Public Library, an architectural masterpiece that will remind you of the Roman Coliseum.
Robson Street: Robson Street is Vancouver’s most famous shopping street. Check out its upscale clothing and shoe stores, restaurants, gifts and souvenirs, hair salons and candy stores.
The Lookout: Your Vancouver tour ends with a trip to the Lookout, 167m (553 feet) above Vancouver at the top of the Harbour Centre Skyscraper.
(Includes cruise ship terminal pick up with luggage and drop off at hotel, train station or airport)
Child: (4-11) $50
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