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Useful information on Vancouver
is best explored with a motorhome rental. The city is full of interesting attractions and beautiful parks, surrounded by towering mountains. Vancouver is home to Stanley Park, one of the largest urban parks in North America. Book an RV rental through us to make sure you do not miss out on any of the lush forests, serene lakes, and spectacular waterfalls. There are plenty of attractions to explore in British Columbia, and an RV rental can help you see them all.
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Featured attractions in Vancouver
Stanley Park is a large public park surrounded by Vancouver Harbour and English Bay. The park is easily accessible from downtown Vancouver and provides many walking and cycling trails through the beautiful landscape. Spend a couple of hours enjoying the views from Stanley Park, or visit some of the many exciting attractions within the park itself.
Gastown is a historic part of Vancouver with an interesting history dating back to 1867. The district is popular for its local restaurants and shops. Visitors can enjoy the classic Victorian architecture throughout the town, and learn about the history of the area. Don't miss out on getting a photo of the popular Steam Clock.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a leading Vancouver tourist attraction. Visitors flock to explore the raised boardwalks and cliff walks around the park, and take a daring walk across the 450-foot long bridge. You can find the park just outside of Vancouver at 3735 Capilano Road.
The Vancouver Art Gallery is one of the biggest in Canada and an ideal destination for art-lovers. The gallery also features a cafe and rooftop patio. The gallery holds exhibits from international artists as well as great collections of artwork from local Canadian artists. You can find the Vancouver Art Gallery on Robson Street.
Science World is housed in a futuristic building in central Vancouver. If you are traveling with kids, this is a popular attraction with many activities on offer to keep them entertained and educate them about all things science. When you've finished exploring the exhibits, you can also visit the venue's IMAX Theatre.