West End & Stanley Park

Despite being one of the most densely populated neighbourhoods in North America, the West End is a quaint quarter and home to a culturally diverse and neighbourly community. It is bordered by Vancouver’s downtown core on one side, waterfronts on two, and crowned with the city’s largest and oldest park. With an abundance of restaurants, bars, and awe-inspiring outdoor spaces the West End is an obvious stop for visitors. Its charming architecture and seemingly endless tree-lined streets make it a prime choice for anyone looking to take up residence in Vancouver.

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The Seawall

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Stretching 22 kilometres along much of Vancouver’s coastline is a pedestrian and bicycle path called the Seawall. The West End is home to more than half of this stretch, which offers dazzling city, ocean, and mountain views. There are numerous bicycle rental shops along Denman Street; I highly recommend getting on one and riding around (bicycle traffic goes only one way, so start at the north end), or walking if you have the time. Some notable stops along the Seawall include Prospect Point, Siwash Rock, Third Beach, Second Beach, English Bay, and Sunset Beach. If you continue along you can connect to Yaletown, False Creek, Olympic Village, and Kitsilano.

The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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The Seawall
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Room in Order

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