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  • Vancouver: Guided City Highlights Tour

    1. Vancouver: Guided City Highlights Tour

    Make the most of your time in Vancouver on this ultimate sights and landmarks tour. With a local guide, visit some of the city’s popular highlights, as well as hidden gems only the locals know about.  The tour starts with a trip to historic Gastown, Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood. Soak up the atmosphere as you explore the streets, and see the famous Gastown Steam Clock. Next, travel through vibrant Chinatown and onto Queen Elizabeth Park, home to epic views of the North Shore Mountains. Head to Granville Island next for a stroll around the city’s most famous food market. Later, take a walk along Kitsilano Beach and marvel at stunning views across English Bay and downtown. Peruse the many antique and boutique stores that line the shore, or grab a bite to eat. The tour ends with a stop at Stanley Park to see the impressive collection of totem poles, and a final look at the epic views o...

    Kim was our guide and she was very knowledgeable with humor on the side. She also gave us lots of local tips and recommendation about which places to eat. I would highly recommend this tour!

  • Vancouver Highlights 4-Hour Private Tour

    2. Vancouver Highlights 4-Hour Private Tour

    Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, or from the port in Vancouver, and then start your private sightseeing tour of the city at Library Square. Admire the public library's original architecture, built in 1995 and a prominent feature of movies such as "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" and TV series, including "Battlestar Galactica." Then, stroll around historic Gastown and see Water Street, where fancy coffee shops mingle with restaurants and gift stores. Continue to Canada Place, location of the landmark Vancouver Convention Centre and Cruise Ship Terminal, where 5,000 tourists a day disembark from their Alaska cruises to spend the day in the city.  Continue to Stanley Park and experience the most visited natural park in British Columbia. Take a look at the iconic Totem Poles and get panoramic views from Prospect Point. Look over the Pacific Ocean, and at the mountains of North Shor...

  • 4-Hour Private Tour of Vancouver's Gardens

    3. 4-Hour Private Tour of Vancouver's Gardens

    Start this private morning or afternoon tour with pick-up at your hotel. Make your first stop at the beautiful Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver's China Town. The Chinese have a totally different perspective on what a garden should be and must be seen to be understood. Take a little walk around Chinatown to see novelties like the "World's Narrowest Building" and Chinese spice and medicine shops. Next, leave the downtown area and travel to the highest point in the city, the spectacular Queen Elisabeth Park. Admire the sunken gardens and sweeping panoramic views of Vancouver, the mountains, and the sea. Originally a rock quarry for the early development of downtown, it is now a spectacular garden and viewpoint. Finally, enjoy the breathtaking Van Dusen Botanical Garden and amazing array of what nature has to offer. This mature 22-hectare (55-acre) garden feat...

  • Vancouver: City Highlights Private Tour

    4. Vancouver: City Highlights Private Tour

    Enjoy a complimentary pick up at your hotel or cruise terminal in a luxurious Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. You will visit places of interest in Vancouver, the best the city has to offer, including Stanley Park, the largest and most beautiful urban park in North America, the Totem Poles, and Prospect Point. At English Bay, you will see stunning views of the ocean and its surrounding beach area. Next stop, Granville Island. Explore old workshops, mills, warehouses, all transformed into unique gift shops, restaurants, a brewery, a market place, and see street performers. At Queen Elizabeth Park, view Vancouver at 152 metres above sea level, the highest point in Vancouver, with spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains. Then proceed to Chinatown to explore Shanghai Alley, the Sam Kee Building, and the Chinese Garden. Finally, visit Gastown, and learn the early history of Vancouver, ...

    The tour guide, Bobby, was knowledgeable, courteous, friendly, and very attentive. The 6-hour tour was an excellent combination of driving and walking, providing us a great overview of the highlights of Vancouver as well as information about the city and its history. We highly recommend this tour!

  • Vancouver: Full-Day City Tour and Wine Tasting

    5. Vancouver: Full-Day City Tour and Wine Tasting

    From your hotel, start your full-day tour through the heart of Vancouver. See sites such as Stanley Park with its Native Totem Poles and the viewpoint overlooking the iconic Lions Gate Bridge. Enjoy plenty of time to walk around and for additional stop requests. Next, head to Granville Island. Famous for its art, it features many galleries, theaters, street performers and a public market. Continue by traveling through newly redeveloped Yaletown, Chinatown and Gastown, Vancouver's restored and oldest business district. Hear some suggestions from your guide for a lunch spot before taking in the view of the city from Queen Elizabeth Park's viewpoint. From there, head into the wine growing region outside the city. Savor unique tastes as you visit 4 local vineyards before returning to your hotel.

  • Vancouver: Private Full-Day City Tour with Alpine Adventure

    6. Vancouver: Private Full-Day City Tour with Alpine Adventure

    Discover Vancouver's must-see sights in style on this fantastic round-trip tour. After being picked up by your local guide from your hotel, you will set off to explore everything Vancouver has to offer, from the totems of Stanley Park to stunning panoramic views of the city from Queen Elizabeth Park, with its beautiful sunken gardens.  Ask your guide for recommendations for the best restaurants in town. After a delicious lunch, the adventure continues in the afternoon with a drive across the famous Lions Gate Bridge to the foot of the mountains. Visit the world-famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, where you can participate in a thrilling treetops adventure or a dramatic cliff-hanger walk.  After exploring the bridge, you will then be whisked to the top of the Grouse Mountain alpine area, where you can enjoy plenty of free time to discover everything the site has to offer. Visit a refuge ...

  • Private Full Day Best of Vancouver's City and Beer Tasting

    7. Private Full Day Best of Vancouver's City and Beer Tasting

    BC is going through a Renaissance in Craft Beer production and new micro-breweries are springing up all over, especially in Vancouver. This tour is for those who enjoy beer, and also for those who perhaps have not, ...in the past been able to really enjoy it so much. It is a great chance to try many different alternatives and perhaps find your beer. Join this tour around town, covering the most interesting parts of the city. From the Totems of Stanley Park to the views from Queen Elizabeth Park, from exotic Chinatown to artful Granville Island, there is something for everyone. Then after lunch (your tour provider can give recommendations, but lunch is not included in tour fees), you will spend the afternoon visiting some of the many fine small-batch brewers around town. Tastings are available at all locations.  One of your talented local guides will show you the town in style. Leave th...

  • Vancouver: 4-Hour Highlights Private Sightseeing Tour

    8. Vancouver: 4-Hour Highlights Private Sightseeing Tour

    Seeing Vancouver in a small private group is a great option when you first arrive, to get to know the city. Small groups are the way to go. This personalized private, half day (min 4 hours) tour starts with a morning or afternoon pick-up at your hotel and features such highlights as: Stanley Park and the Lions Gate bridge with stops at displays of Native totem poles and view points. (Or anywhere else you like.) China Town - The second largest in North America, Chinatown is one of Vancouver's oldest neighborhoods and a fascinating place to explore. (You will think you are in the far east) Gas Town - Vancouver's earliest business district, lovingly restored with shops and galleries. Granville Island - Art and fashion Mecca. (Great place for coffee.) Entertainment and Business districts - Where the fashionable are seen.

    Very knowledgeable and fun guide. She knew her history and integrated current happenings with the tour. She integrated the kids very nicely. The tour gave a nice feel for Stanley park and made you curious about more.

  • Vancouver: 1.5-Hour Guided Sunset Tour

    9. Vancouver: 1.5-Hour Guided Sunset Tour

    Explore Vancouver as the sky changes color and the sun goes down, seeing the city from two different perspectives. This 1.5-hour guided tour will take you to the most beautiful parts of the city in a coach with panoramic view windows. Start at Prospect Point in Stanley Park and look out over the Burrard Inlet, Vancouver’s North Shore, and Lionsgate Bridge.  Then, it’s off to the popular English Bay where many people will still be catching some of the last rays of sun. The highlight will be stopping at Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in Vancouver, where you can get views of the park, the city, and North Shore.   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 ...

    Local young man as our guide who has lived in Canada since his childhood. He loves Vancouver & it showed in his enthusiasm to share information. Bought our tickets online & it was an easy efficient process. Enjoyed our evening tour very much.

  • Private Full-Day Best of Vancouver's City & Distillery Tour

    10. Private Full-Day Best of Vancouver's City & Distillery Tour

    Come on a grand tour around town, covering the most interesting parts of the city. From the Totems of Stanley Park to the views from Queen Elizabeth Park, from exotic Chinatown to artful Granville Island, there is something for everyone. Then after lunch (your tour providers are happy to make recommendations, but lunch is not included in tour fees), taste the latest spirits, while the distillers tell you about how it is all made. You will never look at cocktails the same way again. Vancouver is going through an amazing renaissance; three new craft distilleries have opened and you will be among the first in town to participate in their tasting tours. One of your talented local guides will show you the town in style. Leave the bus crowd behind and enjoy personalized commentary and travel at your own pace.

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What people are saying about Queen Elizabeth Park

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 66 reviews

Kim was our guide and she was very knowledgeable with humor on the side. She also gave us lots of local tips and recommendation about which places to eat. I would highly recommend this tour!

A really great overview of the city of Vancouver! Perfect amount of time at each location, and our guide, Ian, was very knowledgeable. We definitely recommend!

We were only in Vancouver for one full day and this tour was a great way to get a sample of what the city has to offer. Our tour guide, Kim, was outstanding!

We had a great time. The tour guide was so knowledgeable, patient, respectful, helpful and professional. We learned so much thank you

HIGHLY ENJOYABLE

Great fun, very good driver/guide, breathtaking scenery