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Price and Availability Index Greater Vancouver A
Vacation Rental Price Information in Vancouver
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Vancouver. The most expensive prices are in June (6/9 - 6/16). Prices reach an average of $178 per night. In December (12/29 - 1/5), prices will hit an average low of $121 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Vancouver
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next six months. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Vancouver is in June (6/30 - 7/7). It is easier to find a rental in a week of May (5/4 - 5/11), as only 29% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in Vancouver
Find the Greater Vancouver A climate diagram. In the next 6 months, September will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 32° low.
Book a vacation home in Vancouver, land of sea breezes and mountains
Like they say, "Vancouver is Manhattan in the mountains!" Just 30 min. from the ski slopes, visitors come for the art, the festivals, the cuisine, and most important, the legendary hospitality of Vancouverites. There are plenty of vacation homes and rentals, apartments and condos to choose from in this coastal city.
Eating out Vancouver-style
While Kitsilano and the West End are buzzing with high-end restaurants, East Van assures a more authentic experience, reflecting the city's ethnic diversity. Chinese dim sum restaurants are a delicious experience and light on the pocket. Vegetarians should try out the Naam in Kits and the Acorn, which offers a vegan menu. While in Vancouver, make sure to sample a famous regional drink, ice wine, made from frozen grapes. Convivial microbreweries, brew pubs, and indie cafés are all a pleasure to visit.
Regular events and festivals
Dazzling summer pyrotechnics await at the Celebration of Light festival, which is best-viewed from the beaches. There's also the ten day Vancouver International Jazz Festival which plays at city parks, theaters, bars, and streets. The Fair at the PNE in August/September is a century-old Vancouver tradition featuring carousels, concerts, and agricultural events. For some Shakespeare against a natural backdrop, there's the summertime Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival!
November's Eastside Culture Crawl is an arty affair when glass-blowers, potters, and other artisans open their studios to the public. The year closes with December's magical Carol Ships Parade of Lights as yachts take position on the marina. Make the most of it all with a Vancouver vacation home!
The sights of the city
Vancouver's hottest peninsula and shopping district offers attractions like the Arts Club Theater Company and Carousel Theater, markets, waterfront restaurants, and art galleries. It's also the site of major performing arts festivals.
Museum of Anthropology
A mere 20 min. from Downtown Vancouver, this museum is a treasure trove of First Nation politics, arts, and culture. The Arthur Erickson-designed building offers beautiful seaside and mountain views. Look out for the Musqueam house posts, Haida houses, and poles on the museum grounds.
Located in Stanley Park, the aquarium is home to over 50,000 animals from across the world, and also functions as a conservation, marine research, and marine animal rehabilitation center. Rotating activities ensure that no two visits are the same.
Queen Elizabeth Park
A popular backdrop for wedding photos, this park is Vancouver's highest point, offering spectacular city views. Keep an eye out for both native and exotic trees at the Bloedel Conservatory, as well as sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist Henry Moore.
Close to the West End lies Vancouver's favorite destination for sunbathing, swimming, kayaking, and sunsets. The Stanley Park Seawall (a biking and running route) runs along a part of this beach.
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