Vancouver is located on the west coast of Canada and is surrounded by mountains and seas. Vancouver often refers to Greater Vancouver, which includes more than 20 cities and towns including Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, and Coquitlam. Downtown Vancouver is part of the city of Vancouver and located on a peninsula with many attractions relatively close to one other. Stanley Park, Canada Place, Gastown, English Bay, and Robson Street are not to be missed. If you want to go to Granville Island, you can take a public boat from here. If you want to go to the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain, you can also catch a bus from there.
Vancouver is by the sea and has the Rocky Mountains to the northeast. It has a temperate climate which is mild and humid all year round. The most suitable seasons for visiting Vancouver are summer and autumn from May to October. It is suitable for outdoor activities because it is sunny, but not hot or dry. The winter season in Vancouver is also the rainy season. It rains almost every day. Although the weather is not cold, it is not ideal for travelling. Vancouver's summer has an average temperature of about 20-25°C. However, the temperature sometimes exceeds 30°C in summer. The average temperature is 3-10°C in winter. It rarely snows in Vancouver, but rains quite frequently. Hotels in Vancouver are mainly located in the city center, including Gastown, West End, and Bay Area. It is also a focal point for most attractions, restaurants, and shopping centers, and most destinations can be reached on foot or by bus. For those who want to see the quiet beauty of Vancouver, you can choose the coastal beach area or the Queen Elizabeth Park area in West Vancouver.