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Vancouver: Guided Sunset Tour with Photo Stops

Vancouver: Guided Sunset Tour with Photo Stops

Explore Vancouver as the sky changes color and the sun goes down, seeing the city from two different perspectives. This 2-hour guided tour will take you to the most beautiful parts of the city in a coach with panoramic view windows. Begin your journey at Prospect Point in Stanley Park, taking in vistas of Burrard Inlet, Vancouver’s North Shore, and Lionsgate Bridge. Next, venture to the vibrant English Bay, where many linger to savor the final moments of sunlight. Historic Gastown will be the last stop in your evening — this original settlement is now a National Historic Site. Cobble-stone streets, the original working steam clock, and local artisans will be there to greet you as you enter the area. End your tour here to continue exploring on your own, or continue a little further to end your tour in Canada Place.

Vancouver: Half-Day City Highlights E-Bike Tour Age 16+

Vancouver: Half-Day City Highlights E-Bike Tour Age 16+

Jump on a fun and easy-to-ride e-bike tour through Vancouver. Cycle along Stanley Park and cruise the Seawall with stunning views of the Downtown skyline and the North Shore Mountains. Visit the iconic Totem Poles and lush Beaver Lake, where wildlife abounds. Make use of your electric boost and ride up to the Prospect Point lookout, the highest point in the 1000 acre park, overlooking the Lion’s Gate Bridge, and on clear days you can see all the way to Vancouver Island.  After leaving the park, cruise along and check out some iconic neighborhoods on the False Creek waterfront, including Yaletown and Olympic Village. Both neighborhoods are award-winning developments known for their modern style and eco-friendly design. Finally, make your way to Chinatown and Gastown, two of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods. Your guide will share stories about the city’s roots amongst the city’s oldest buildings before heading back to the starting point. This e-bike tour makes use of Vancouver’s extensive separated bike trails, with 95% of riding on routes without cars and a maximum group size of 10 riders. This tour does not stop at the Granville Island Market, so going there in the morning is a great way to pair your day of exploring.

Vancouver: City Highlights Tour with Hotel Transfers

Vancouver: City Highlights Tour with Hotel Transfers

The Vancouver city highlights tour offers a personalized way to see the best of this beautiful city on the west coast of Canada. After a short ride through Stanley Park and past the ancient cedar trees, lies Prospect Point, the highest section in the park. Stop by the totem poles and learn about the history of Stanley park and the First Nations people that used to live there. Then embark on a scenic ride concluding the rest of Stanley park; past by English Bay, Gas town, and Chinatown. Stop and shop at the artisan shops and the Public Market for that one of a kind gift or some lunch, meet back at the bus 1 hour later.

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Experience the captivating Stanley Park like never before with our Smartphone Audio Walking Tour! Immerse yourself in the tales of early pioneers, diverse local fauna, and the park's unique geographic features. Transform your walk into an educational and entertaining journey, complete with fun trivia questions! Begin at the busy Stanley Park Causeway and follow the seawall all the way around the park. Have the option of stopping at points of interest in the park's interior. Get suggestions on attractions to see like Nature House and the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn about the creation of Stanley Park and its history. Delve into the geology of the area. Hear about the lost lagoon, Beaver lake, the hollow tree, and the devastating wind storm of 2006. Uncover the history of Hallelujah Point, Deadman’s Island, and the naval reserve. Check out the statues of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, the Olympian Harry Jerome, and the park’s namesake, Lord Stanley. See the Nine O’Clock Gun, the SS Empress of Japan figurehead, and the 'Girl in a Wetsuit' statue Take a break on one of the logs at Third Beach, or visit the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. Admire views at Brockton Point and the Prospect Point. View Lions Gate Bridge. Tour the Rhododendron, Rose, and Rock gardens and hear the history behind the Malkin Bowl.

The Ultimate Stanley Park E-Bike Tour

The Ultimate Stanley Park E-Bike Tour

This guided E-bike tour of Stanley Park includes biking the entire seawall around the park as well as the gorgeous trails throughout. You will visit all the historically significant spots, such as the Totem poles, Hallelujah Point, Deadman's Island, Brockton Point, Siwash Rock. As well, we will take in the beautiful gardens, Beaver Lake, 2nd Beach, 3rd Beach, Prospect Point and of course all the scenic views from the seawall. We provide top of the line e-bikes so we can access absolutely every corner of the park. Finally, we offer free pickup and drop off anywhere in Vancouver proper to our participants.Don't miss out on the most comprehensive Stanley Park tour offered.

Vancouver: City & Granville Island Sightseeing Trolley Tour

Vancouver: City & Granville Island Sightseeing Trolley Tour

Discover Vancouver on a trolley sightseeing adventure. In just a few hours, immerse yourself in the best of Vancouver’s stunning landscapes and vibrant city life as you visit notable points of interest like Granville Island, Stanley Park, and Chinatown. During your tour, marvel at the majestic totem poles at Brockton Point. Admire panoramic views from Prospect Point, and wander through the charming cobblestone streets of Granville Island to the famous Public Market. Cruise through diverse and internationally acclaimed neighborhoods like the West End’s English Bay, False Creek’s Olympic Village, and Chinatown. Learn about the fascinating history and character of the city with your guide, who will provide live commentary throughout.

Vancouver: Self-Guided Smartphone Tour of Stanley Park

Vancouver: Self-Guided Smartphone Tour of Stanley Park

Explore Vancouver at your own pace. VanWalks is a web app that works on any device with a modern web browser. No app to download, no accounts to create, no ads to watch. Optimize your time in Vancouver by exploring the most popular areas of the city. Stop when and where you like, grab a coffee, and continue when you're ready. Our host, Chris King, has been living in Vancouver for 20 years and is excited to give you a unique look into the most interesting aspects of his city. Our routes combine historical context, modern events, and local interpretation to provide an interesting and fun experience for tourists, new Canadians, and lifelong locals. Available without a data connection. Use Offline Mode to download the routes using wifi in advance, and use static maps to enjoy the sights without any need for a data connection. Offline Mode can also be used in combination with a data connection to save data usage by downloading assets in advance, however the data usage in general is very low.

From Vancouver: Scenic Seaplane Transfer to Nanaimo

From Vancouver: Scenic Seaplane Transfer to Nanaimo

Make your way to Coal Harbour, part of Burrard Inlet near Canada Place, and board a seaplane to take you to your next journey in Nanaimo, BC. Located right along Vancouver’s iconic seawall, the terminal features a passenger lounge with panoramic views of Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains, a gift shop, and the fully licensed Cockpit Café. From Burrard Inlet, ascend for bird’s-eye views of the green towers of Lion’s Gate Bridge and the Brockton Peninsula of Stanley Park. Flying south over the Salish Sea, look down on a cluster of the Gulf Islands dotted with beaches, forests, and fields of gold and green. After 20 minutes in the air, your pilot will land in Nanaimo's Harbour. Nanaimo, BC, is a coastal gem offering scenic beauty and cultural richness. With its picturesque waterfront and historic Bastion, the city beckons exploration. Nature enthusiasts can explore Newcastle Island's trails, while adventure seekers enjoy kayaking and diving. The city's vibrant arts scene and culinary delights, including the famous Nanaimo bars, add to its allure. Annual festivals and events keep the atmosphere lively, making Nanaimo a must-visit destination on Vancouver Island. This journey is also available in the opposite direction, from Nanaimo to Vancouver.

Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 8.9 miles-long tour covers the essentials of Vancouver Downtown in 2 - 3 hours. Once downloaded, your tour begins next to Victory Square. From there, you’ll take in the Colosseum-like Vancouver Public Library. It has over 1.4 million books inside! Next, drive past the respected Vancouver Art Gallery, highlighting a diverse range of artists, including Vancouver natives and First Nation members. Then pass the Spirits in a Landscape statue, which features creatures like fish and owls and highlights the First Nations’ influence in Canada. You’ll also hear more about the First Nations. Navigate the majesty of Stanley Park, even larger than Central Park! Unearth how this land was once home to a Squamish community, which married among the Portuguese. In addition, you’ll see the prominent seawall. You’ll continue onto the Nine O’Clock Gun, a cannon which fires a shot at nine pm. The cannon was once actually kidnapped! The tour will then guide you past the memorable Girl in a Wetsuit statue, a modern twist on the Little Mermaid! Then proceed by the Prospect Point Lookout, which offers breathtaking ocean views. Continue by the popular Third Beach and hear a story about an anchor that may or may not have belonged to Captain George Vancouver’s ship, as well as his expeditions charting the British Columbian coast. Advance past Old English Bay Beach, and hear about Vancouver’s very first lifeguard. Also find out about Chief August Jack Khahtsaholano, a guide, logger, canoe builder, and medicine man, among other things! Then head into the trendy Kitsilano neighborhood, a playground for professionals and big names like Ryan Reynolds. As the journey continues, you’ll see the University of British Columbia, Vancouver’s largest university. If you recognize the campus, it’s been featured in many Hollywood movies and shows! You’ll subsequently pass the Nitobe Memorial Garden, whose namesake promoted understanding of Japanese culture in the West. As you drive along, you’ll discover the Mounties and their roots as a militia! Learning about the Winter Olympics and Canada’s great triumph over the US in 2010, you’ll then move along to Queen Elizabeth Park. Named after the late sovereign’s mother, it’s the highest point in the area! Then pay a visit to beloved Granville Island. Once a seasonal home to the Salish, it became a hotbed of industrial activity. Thousands kept cranking out fiber, rope, and chain in the midst of the Depression! Following that, you’ll enter Gastown, the original settlement and now the heart of Vancouver. Cruise past the famed clock which literally blows off steam every quarter hour! Head for Canada Place, which welcomes visitors. This is where the tour ends.

Vancouver: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Vancouver: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Vancouver Self-Guided Audio Tour, an immersive journey through one of Canada's most vibrant and culturally rich cities. This tour offers you the perfect blend of preferences, freedom, and flexibility, allowing you to explore Vancouver at your own pace while delving into its captivating history, diverse culture, and stunning architecture. Embark on this adventure at your leisure, as you navigate through Vancouver's bustling streets, picturesque parks, and iconic landmarks. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a culture buff, or simply a curious traveler, this self-guided tour is designed to cater to your interests and provide you with a deeper understanding of this dynamic city. Experience the joy of discovery as you uncover the hidden gems and lesser-known stories behind each tourist attraction. From the historic Gastown district with its cobblestone streets and famous steam clock to the towering skyscrapers of downtown Vancouver, each stop on this tour promises to captivate your imagination and enrich your knowledge. As you wander through the city, our audio guide will accompany you, offering fascinating insights into Vancouver's past, present, and future. Learn about the indigenous peoples who have called this land home for thousands of years, and discover the rich tapestry of cultures that have shaped Vancouver into the multicultural hub it is today. Delve into the myths and legends that surround landmarks like Stanley Park, where towering cedar trees whisper tales of ancient spirits and forgotten civilizations. Marvel at the breathtaking architecture of the Vancouver Art Gallery, where modern design meets classical elegance, and uncover the stories behind the city's most iconic buildings, from the historic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver to the futuristic Vancouver Convention Centre. With the freedom to explore at your own pace and the flexibility to choose your own adventure, the Vancouver Self-Guided Audio Tour offers an unforgettable experience that is as unique as you are. Learn more about the top 12 tourist attractions in Vancouver. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central location and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Canada Place 2. Vancouver Convention Centre 3. Vancouver Lookout 4. Gastown Steam Clock 5. Vancouver Public Library 6. Granville Island 7. Granville Island Public Market 8. English Bay 9. Vancouver Seawall 10. Stanley Park 11. Lions Gate Bridge 12. Queen Elizabeth Park So lace up your walking shoes, grab your headphones, and get ready to embark on a journey of discovery through one of Canada's most beloved cities.

Vancouver

Vancouver

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Vancouver: Guided Sunset Tour with Photo Stops

Vancouver: Guided Sunset Tour with Photo Stops

Explore Vancouver as the sky changes color and the sun goes down, seeing the city from two different perspectives. This 2-hour guided tour will take you to the most beautiful parts of the city in a coach with panoramic view windows. Begin your journey at Prospect Point in Stanley Park, taking in vistas of Burrard Inlet, Vancouver’s North Shore, and Lionsgate Bridge. Next, venture to the vibrant English Bay, where many linger to savor the final moments of sunlight. Historic Gastown will be the last stop in your evening — this original settlement is now a National Historic Site. Cobble-stone streets, the original working steam clock, and local artisans will be there to greet you as you enter the area. End your tour here to continue exploring on your own, or continue a little further to end your tour in Canada Place.

Vancouver: Half-Day City Highlights E-Bike Tour Age 16+

Vancouver: Half-Day City Highlights E-Bike Tour Age 16+

Jump on a fun and easy-to-ride e-bike tour through Vancouver. Cycle along Stanley Park and cruise the Seawall with stunning views of the Downtown skyline and the North Shore Mountains. Visit the iconic Totem Poles and lush Beaver Lake, where wildlife abounds. Make use of your electric boost and ride up to the Prospect Point lookout, the highest point in the 1000 acre park, overlooking the Lion’s Gate Bridge, and on clear days you can see all the way to Vancouver Island.  After leaving the park, cruise along and check out some iconic neighborhoods on the False Creek waterfront, including Yaletown and Olympic Village. Both neighborhoods are award-winning developments known for their modern style and eco-friendly design. Finally, make your way to Chinatown and Gastown, two of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods. Your guide will share stories about the city’s roots amongst the city’s oldest buildings before heading back to the starting point. This e-bike tour makes use of Vancouver’s extensive separated bike trails, with 95% of riding on routes without cars and a maximum group size of 10 riders. This tour does not stop at the Granville Island Market, so going there in the morning is a great way to pair your day of exploring.

Vancouver: City Highlights Tour with Hotel Transfers

Vancouver: City Highlights Tour with Hotel Transfers

The Vancouver city highlights tour offers a personalized way to see the best of this beautiful city on the west coast of Canada. After a short ride through Stanley Park and past the ancient cedar trees, lies Prospect Point, the highest section in the park. Stop by the totem poles and learn about the history of Stanley park and the First Nations people that used to live there. Then embark on a scenic ride concluding the rest of Stanley park; past by English Bay, Gas town, and Chinatown. Stop and shop at the artisan shops and the Public Market for that one of a kind gift or some lunch, meet back at the bus 1 hour later.

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Experience the captivating Stanley Park like never before with our Smartphone Audio Walking Tour! Immerse yourself in the tales of early pioneers, diverse local fauna, and the park's unique geographic features. Transform your walk into an educational and entertaining journey, complete with fun trivia questions! Begin at the busy Stanley Park Causeway and follow the seawall all the way around the park. Have the option of stopping at points of interest in the park's interior. Get suggestions on attractions to see like Nature House and the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn about the creation of Stanley Park and its history. Delve into the geology of the area. Hear about the lost lagoon, Beaver lake, the hollow tree, and the devastating wind storm of 2006. Uncover the history of Hallelujah Point, Deadman’s Island, and the naval reserve. Check out the statues of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, the Olympian Harry Jerome, and the park’s namesake, Lord Stanley. See the Nine O’Clock Gun, the SS Empress of Japan figurehead, and the 'Girl in a Wetsuit' statue Take a break on one of the logs at Third Beach, or visit the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. Admire views at Brockton Point and the Prospect Point. View Lions Gate Bridge. Tour the Rhododendron, Rose, and Rock gardens and hear the history behind the Malkin Bowl.

The Ultimate Stanley Park E-Bike Tour

The Ultimate Stanley Park E-Bike Tour

This guided E-bike tour of Stanley Park includes biking the entire seawall around the park as well as the gorgeous trails throughout. You will visit all the historically significant spots, such as the Totem poles, Hallelujah Point, Deadman's Island, Brockton Point, Siwash Rock. As well, we will take in the beautiful gardens, Beaver Lake, 2nd Beach, 3rd Beach, Prospect Point and of course all the scenic views from the seawall. We provide top of the line e-bikes so we can access absolutely every corner of the park. Finally, we offer free pickup and drop off anywhere in Vancouver proper to our participants.Don't miss out on the most comprehensive Stanley Park tour offered.

Vancouver: City & Granville Island Sightseeing Trolley Tour

Vancouver: City & Granville Island Sightseeing Trolley Tour

Discover Vancouver on a trolley sightseeing adventure. In just a few hours, immerse yourself in the best of Vancouver’s stunning landscapes and vibrant city life as you visit notable points of interest like Granville Island, Stanley Park, and Chinatown. During your tour, marvel at the majestic totem poles at Brockton Point. Admire panoramic views from Prospect Point, and wander through the charming cobblestone streets of Granville Island to the famous Public Market. Cruise through diverse and internationally acclaimed neighborhoods like the West End’s English Bay, False Creek’s Olympic Village, and Chinatown. Learn about the fascinating history and character of the city with your guide, who will provide live commentary throughout.

Vancouver: Self-Guided Smartphone Tour of Stanley Park

Vancouver: Self-Guided Smartphone Tour of Stanley Park

Explore Vancouver at your own pace. VanWalks is a web app that works on any device with a modern web browser. No app to download, no accounts to create, no ads to watch. Optimize your time in Vancouver by exploring the most popular areas of the city. Stop when and where you like, grab a coffee, and continue when you're ready. Our host, Chris King, has been living in Vancouver for 20 years and is excited to give you a unique look into the most interesting aspects of his city. Our routes combine historical context, modern events, and local interpretation to provide an interesting and fun experience for tourists, new Canadians, and lifelong locals. Available without a data connection. Use Offline Mode to download the routes using wifi in advance, and use static maps to enjoy the sights without any need for a data connection. Offline Mode can also be used in combination with a data connection to save data usage by downloading assets in advance, however the data usage in general is very low.

From Vancouver: Scenic Seaplane Transfer to Nanaimo

From Vancouver: Scenic Seaplane Transfer to Nanaimo

Make your way to Coal Harbour, part of Burrard Inlet near Canada Place, and board a seaplane to take you to your next journey in Nanaimo, BC. Located right along Vancouver’s iconic seawall, the terminal features a passenger lounge with panoramic views of Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains, a gift shop, and the fully licensed Cockpit Café. From Burrard Inlet, ascend for bird’s-eye views of the green towers of Lion’s Gate Bridge and the Brockton Peninsula of Stanley Park. Flying south over the Salish Sea, look down on a cluster of the Gulf Islands dotted with beaches, forests, and fields of gold and green. After 20 minutes in the air, your pilot will land in Nanaimo's Harbour. Nanaimo, BC, is a coastal gem offering scenic beauty and cultural richness. With its picturesque waterfront and historic Bastion, the city beckons exploration. Nature enthusiasts can explore Newcastle Island's trails, while adventure seekers enjoy kayaking and diving. The city's vibrant arts scene and culinary delights, including the famous Nanaimo bars, add to its allure. Annual festivals and events keep the atmosphere lively, making Nanaimo a must-visit destination on Vancouver Island. This journey is also available in the opposite direction, from Nanaimo to Vancouver.

Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 8.9 miles-long tour covers the essentials of Vancouver Downtown in 2 - 3 hours. Once downloaded, your tour begins next to Victory Square. From there, you’ll take in the Colosseum-like Vancouver Public Library. It has over 1.4 million books inside! Next, drive past the respected Vancouver Art Gallery, highlighting a diverse range of artists, including Vancouver natives and First Nation members. Then pass the Spirits in a Landscape statue, which features creatures like fish and owls and highlights the First Nations’ influence in Canada. You’ll also hear more about the First Nations. Navigate the majesty of Stanley Park, even larger than Central Park! Unearth how this land was once home to a Squamish community, which married among the Portuguese. In addition, you’ll see the prominent seawall. You’ll continue onto the Nine O’Clock Gun, a cannon which fires a shot at nine pm. The cannon was once actually kidnapped! The tour will then guide you past the memorable Girl in a Wetsuit statue, a modern twist on the Little Mermaid! Then proceed by the Prospect Point Lookout, which offers breathtaking ocean views. Continue by the popular Third Beach and hear a story about an anchor that may or may not have belonged to Captain George Vancouver’s ship, as well as his expeditions charting the British Columbian coast. Advance past Old English Bay Beach, and hear about Vancouver’s very first lifeguard. Also find out about Chief August Jack Khahtsaholano, a guide, logger, canoe builder, and medicine man, among other things! Then head into the trendy Kitsilano neighborhood, a playground for professionals and big names like Ryan Reynolds. As the journey continues, you’ll see the University of British Columbia, Vancouver’s largest university. If you recognize the campus, it’s been featured in many Hollywood movies and shows! You’ll subsequently pass the Nitobe Memorial Garden, whose namesake promoted understanding of Japanese culture in the West. As you drive along, you’ll discover the Mounties and their roots as a militia! Learning about the Winter Olympics and Canada’s great triumph over the US in 2010, you’ll then move along to Queen Elizabeth Park. Named after the late sovereign’s mother, it’s the highest point in the area! Then pay a visit to beloved Granville Island. Once a seasonal home to the Salish, it became a hotbed of industrial activity. Thousands kept cranking out fiber, rope, and chain in the midst of the Depression! Following that, you’ll enter Gastown, the original settlement and now the heart of Vancouver. Cruise past the famed clock which literally blows off steam every quarter hour! Head for Canada Place, which welcomes visitors. This is where the tour ends.

Vancouver: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Vancouver: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Vancouver Self-Guided Audio Tour, an immersive journey through one of Canada's most vibrant and culturally rich cities. This tour offers you the perfect blend of preferences, freedom, and flexibility, allowing you to explore Vancouver at your own pace while delving into its captivating history, diverse culture, and stunning architecture. Embark on this adventure at your leisure, as you navigate through Vancouver's bustling streets, picturesque parks, and iconic landmarks. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a culture buff, or simply a curious traveler, this self-guided tour is designed to cater to your interests and provide you with a deeper understanding of this dynamic city. Experience the joy of discovery as you uncover the hidden gems and lesser-known stories behind each tourist attraction. From the historic Gastown district with its cobblestone streets and famous steam clock to the towering skyscrapers of downtown Vancouver, each stop on this tour promises to captivate your imagination and enrich your knowledge. As you wander through the city, our audio guide will accompany you, offering fascinating insights into Vancouver's past, present, and future. Learn about the indigenous peoples who have called this land home for thousands of years, and discover the rich tapestry of cultures that have shaped Vancouver into the multicultural hub it is today. Delve into the myths and legends that surround landmarks like Stanley Park, where towering cedar trees whisper tales of ancient spirits and forgotten civilizations. Marvel at the breathtaking architecture of the Vancouver Art Gallery, where modern design meets classical elegance, and uncover the stories behind the city's most iconic buildings, from the historic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver to the futuristic Vancouver Convention Centre. With the freedom to explore at your own pace and the flexibility to choose your own adventure, the Vancouver Self-Guided Audio Tour offers an unforgettable experience that is as unique as you are. Learn more about the top 12 tourist attractions in Vancouver. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central location and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Canada Place 2. Vancouver Convention Centre 3. Vancouver Lookout 4. Gastown Steam Clock 5. Vancouver Public Library 6. Granville Island 7. Granville Island Public Market 8. English Bay 9. Vancouver Seawall 10. Stanley Park 11. Lions Gate Bridge 12. Queen Elizabeth Park So lace up your walking shoes, grab your headphones, and get ready to embark on a journey of discovery through one of Canada's most beloved cities.

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