Vancouver : Terminal City

Vancouver : Terminal city. It’s time to share our last stop of the West coast. Vancouver was the last step of our journey discovering Canada. Like the icing on the cake, the lasts hours in that City were amazing, as all the possibilities the city offers to you.

The Economists Intelligences Unit acknowledged it as the first city ranked among the top-ten of the world’s most well-living cities for five consecutive years.

The few days in this city were awesome, enjoying wonderful sunsets on the beach, walking around the neighborhoods like Gastown, getting lost biking on Stanley park, having fun (and getting scared 😅) on Capilano suspension bridge park…

There is a lot to do in the city so it is better to plannify your stay choosing which activities you don’t want to miss. 

Whale watching, flying over the Gulf Islands to beautiful Victoria, rent a bike and visit Stanley park, cheering a match of hockey at the Stade BC place… We had only three days but that was very intense, the sunsets on the Pacific coast were magical (English bay, Spanish banks, kipsilano beach were our favorites).

Nearby, Stanley Park, recognized as one of the greatest urban parks in the world, featuring the beach, you have here also the seawall, miles of trails, a pool, a miniature railway…

 And the vancouver aquarium, Canada’s largest one. I must say that this a respectful place for animals in look of their safety. I It is definitely a responsible visit: Aquarium research projects extend worldwide, and include marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation.

We loved too China Town and the Dr sun yatse classic Chinese garden.

The Asian community is one of the biggest one in Vancouver, and China Town is the bigger one in Canada. Walking around these streets is amazing, just like two travels in one​.

And a big moment of entertainment was the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. If you like vertigo you don’t have to miss it, with a lot of others activities inside.

Plus, on the way to the park you will cross the Lions Gate Bridge, a national historic site of Canada.

Obviously we enjoy the mystic Gastown, Downtown,Yaletown,South main…but it would probably take weeks to visit all of neighborhoods, that was of course only a little sample.


That’s the end of our Canadian trip, writing these posts have been great despite my bad English and I will love to read them from time to time and remembering all the beautiful places that we visited there. Hope you enjoyed as well!

See you soon for more adventures. Xoxo Sara

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4 thoughts on “Vancouver : Terminal City

  1. Amazing post as expected! I loved the photos, one by one! I think I couldn’t even put one foot in the bridge! But it’s truly pretty and you look gorgeous. Thanks for the travel, I enjoy it a lot!

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