Vancouver is not that big, but is divided in different neighborhoods; Do you want to know more about a couple of them? Continue reading…
A neighborhood full of colors, exotic cuisine, festivals, parades…full of vibrant culture. It´s the third largest Chinatown , right after New York and San Francisco.
Really interesting to visit, you will feel like in the Real China with all the typical Chinese shops, restaurants…
Take care during the nights, there are a lot of homeless in the zone, they are not usually dangerous, but better be aware.
Here is the page for Chinatown: http://www.vancouver-chinatown.com/
The historic district of Vancouver, really interesting to do a good sightseen. It started growing up around a tavern founded in 1867. Right now is the old district where you can find exclusives boutiques, souvenir shops, and different restaurant.
You can know more here: http://www.gastown.org/
In the early 1900s, Granville Island was actually Industrial Island. But things have changed, and right now is a good place to visit, especially because of the Public Market and the huge offer of restaurants, attractions, theatre and culture.
Check this out to know more: http://www.granvilleisland.com/
If you want to have fun or go shopping, welcome to your perfect street!
Grandville has countless restaurants, bars and nightclubs that make the district perfect to go out, especially on the weekends.
In Robson Street you will find all kind of shops.
West End is a quiet and nice area to live, near Stanley Park, English Bay and all the attractions of Downtown.
This area includes Davie Street, the gay district and Denman Street where there are multiethnic restaurants.
The best way to know a city is walking, walking, walking… so you know what you have to do!
Next week the next part with more neighborhoods will be published! So keep an eye to our blog, internexers!