Vancouver Transportation

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  • Skytrain (Translink), Vancouver

    1. Skytrain (Translink)

    AVOID AIRPORT RIP-OFF: Buy book of ten one zone tickets from 7-11 on lower level of Vancouver Int'l Airport down below from where you exit with your domestic luggage. Point of sale ticket price at...

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  • BC Ferries, Vancouver

    2. BC Ferries

    Crossing to the otherside of Vancouver the ferry is an easy way to take if you are on foot, bicycle or with car, is a more than an hour sail to the otherside and during the ride you remain inside the...

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  • False Creek Ferries & Aquabus, Vancouver

    3. False Creek Ferries & Aquabus

    I wouldn't call it a boat or a ship, but more a very small boat. I always call it a floating bathtub as these ferries are so small! But don't get me wrong, they are a great way to transport yourself...

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  • SeaBus (Translink), Vancouver

    4. SeaBus (Translink)

    A fun way to travel between North Van and downtown Vancouver is to take the SeaBus. This is a double ended catamaran passenger ferry that zips back and forth between Waterfront Station downtown and...

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  • Bus (Translink), Vancouver

    5. Bus (Translink)

    It is incredibly easy to get around Vancouver using public transportation - most bus routes run along a street or avenue in a straight line, so all you need to do is figure out which intersection you...

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  • Vancouver International Airport, Vancouver

    6. Vancouver International Airport

    I really liked Vancouver Airport for two main reasons. One it is connected to the skytrain Canada Line making it so easy to travel from or to. The Canada Line will take you all the way to Waterfront...

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  • Driving, Vancouver

    7. Driving

    Sky train works great, if you're only visiting downtown, but if you want to visit other areas of the city, like Stanley Park, Kitsilano, North Vancouver, or West Vancouver, you need a car. On our most...

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  • Translink (public transit), Vancouver

    8. Translink (public transit)

    Travelling around Vancouver is pretty easy with the bus and the buses are clearly marked. Ideally pick up a time table so you know which number bus to catch. The city buses all run on electric cable...

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  • Vancouver Trolley, Vancouver

    9. Vancouver Trolley

    For a tour around Vancouver why not take a trolley? City Attractions Tour: Join us for our popular City Attractions Loop Tour and see all that Vancouver has to offer at your own pace. Hop on and hop...

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  • air travel, Vancouver

    10. air travel

    For us flying from Brussels to Vancouver, Air Canada was cheaper. We have a direct flight to Montreal. A trip of 8 hours and change another aircraft to Vancouver for another 5 hour journey. This is...

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  • private bus (coach), Vancouver

    11. private bus (coach)

    If you are pressed for time and want good value for money you can try a great Greyline Tour called the "Wonders of the West Coast Dinner". It is $85 CDN for an adult and you get a 10% discount if you...

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  • Alaska cruise, Vancouver

    12. Alaska cruise

    The system in place at the Canada Place cruise terminal is very efficient and there are people ready to help at any point you may be confused, which is important if turning the wrong way would end you...

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  • local maps, Vancouver

    13. local maps

    MAP OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: www.atlas.gc.ca/english/quick_maps/quick_maps/bc.jpg VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: www.yvr.ca MAP OF SUBWAY OF VANCOUVER: www.metropla.net/am/vancouver-map.gif TOURISM...

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  • Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours, Vancouver

    14. Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours

    If you don't feel like walking but still like to see Stanley Park, then take the trolley! It might cost you a little bit ($25.00) but hey, what the heck! The trolley is horse-driven. There are two...

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  • Spokes Bicycle Rentals, Vancouver

    15. Spokes Bicycle Rentals

    This beautiful piece of unspoiled nature of 405 acres, near downtown Vancouver is a "must" to see while in the city. Around the park there is a 8.8 km long...

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  • Cycle around town or in the parks, Vancouver

    16. Cycle around town or in the parks

    A great way to explore Vancouver is by bike. Especially if you want to visit Stanley Park, Granville Island and the beaches of Vancouver. You can rent a bicycle...

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  • Hiking at Grouse Mountain, Vancouver

    17. Hiking at Grouse Mountain

    The Grouse Grind is supposed to be the most popular hike in Vancouver and I'd believe it. Dozens of hikers are constantly arriving to begin this 2,800 foot, 1.8...

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  • Amtrak Casacades to Seattle/Portland, Vancouver

    18. Amtrak Casacades to Seattle/Portland

    Are you thinking of crossing the border and head to Seattle/Portland? Might as well since you are close anyway...Who knows when you come back to Vancouver? When...

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  • Taking the train to Vancouver from Seattle, Vancouver

    19. Taking the train to Vancouver from Seattle

    Taking the Amtrak train to and from Seattle to Vancouver is very nice because you can relax. The fare for roundtrip ticket is about $35.00. Make sure to book...

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  • Riding the bus from Seattle to Vancouver, Vancouver

    20. Riding the bus from Seattle to Vancouver

    My daughter and I tried riding the bus from Vancouver to Seattle and it was actually very pleasant. The drive was very smooth and the bus was very comfortable....

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  • Skyride to Grouse Mountain, Vancouver

    21. Skyride to Grouse Mountain

    There are two ways to get to the top of Grouse Mountain: Skyride and hiking the Grouse Grind. The Grouse Grind is a difficult 1 to 2 hour hike that rises 2,800...

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  • Trails of Stanley Park, Vancouver

    22. Trails of Stanley Park

    Stanley Park is covered with some 35 kilometers of trails, with the primary routes being the 7.9 km Seawall route, the 2.3 km Bridle Trail, the 1 km Beaver Lake...

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  • Schedule Helicopter flights from Vancouver, Vancouver

    23. Schedule Helicopter flights from Vancouver

    HelijetVancouver Harbour to Victoria Harbour Vancouver Airport southside to Victoria Harbour fare excursion approx $150 each wayVancouver Airport Southside to...

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  • Rail Trip east of Vancouver, Vancouver

    24. Rail Trip east of Vancouver

    There are two special rail trips from Vanmcouver. the first is the VIA Rail " The Canadian" which is a 5 day 4460km journey from the West Coast port of...

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  • by land or by sea or by the light of the moon, Vancouver

    25. by land or by sea or by the light of the moon

    We came to Vancouver from Victoria via a BC Ferry and Tswassen. The ferry took 1.5 hours and cost $43. The drive from the port into Chinatown took a half hour....

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