Vancouver Area AttractionsVancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, surrounded by mountains, ocean, beaches, and forested parks. It is also a culturally diverse city with a rich variety of ethnic and locally inspired cuisine. Vancouver was voted the "Best City in the Americas" for 2004, 2005 and 2006 by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, based on the categories of ambience, friendliness, culture and sites, restaurants, lodging, and shopping. We hope you are able to take some time to enjoy what the city has to offer. For an overview of things to do in the city, with maps and transportation information, visit the Tourism Vancouver web site.
Pre and Post TravelEnhance your Vancouver meeting experience by taking advantage of the incredible pre and post opportunities Vancouver and British Columbia have to offer you. Click Here for a list of highly recommended travel destinations.
RestaurantsVancouver has an oustanding selection of restaurants to suit all tastes and cravings. Sushi is the fast-food of choice in this city, serving the freshest fish available served by experienced sushi chefs. There's also a wide variety of Chinese, Thai, South Asian, Italian, Greek, and West Coast cuisine. Click Here for a map and list of restaurants near the Westin Bayshore.
Destinations in VancouverGranville Island Market
Underneath the Granville Street Bridge, Granville Island features an open market with fresh produce, baked goods, meats, and seafood. The rest of the island features local artisan shops such as ceramics, jewellery, clothing, fine woodwork, and more. Other major tenants of the island include Emily Carr College of Art + Design, Arts Club Theatre, and many restaurants and coffee shops.
Useful MapsDowntown Vancouver Map
Stanley Park Printable Map