A beautiful Westcoast city located on the pacific ocean surround by Mountain ranges. Vancouver is an ethically diverse and densely populated area. Often called “Hollywood North” Vancouver is known to have many movie and TV shows filmed there. It is therefore a coveted city to live and visit.
Yaletown a historical part of Vancouver. Known for its restaurants, lofts and brick constructed buildings. Yaletown connects with Granville Island, via sea buses.
Coal harbour – Known for its views of the North Shore Mountains, marina’s. Coal harbour has many high end stores and restaurants. Two large convention centres modern grass-roofed Vancouver Convention Centre and Canada Place. The paved Seawall walking and cycling path follows the shore to forested Stanley Park, where the Vancouver Aquarium is home to tropical fish and penguins, plus a stingray touch pool. https://www.tripsavvy.com/things-to-do-in-coal-harbour-vancouver-4176373
Strathcona – characterised by its row homes and bright murals. Strathcona is one of Vancouvers first neighbourhood. Home to many families that desire a central location with a little more room than a condo. – https://vancouver.ca/news-calendar/historic-neighbourhoods.aspx
Downtown – the heart of the city. Downtown is known for its shopping district, courts, Vancouver Art Gallery – http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/
West End – Welcomes its visitors with a colourful LGBQT friendly neighbourhood. Rainbow crosswalks, bright pink bus stops. Robinson street is the premier outdoor shopping area. Laid back community with a beautiful access to english bay and stanley park. http://stanleyparkvan.com