Vancouver city life
Vancouver is a wonderful city to explore, counting numerous places to see and a lot of activities to enjoy. The most popular attractions you can visit are: Vancouver Opera, Stanley Park (includes a beautiful aquarium), the Vancouver Maritime Museum, the H. R. MacMillan Space Centre, the Vancouver Museum, The Vancouver Art Gallery, and the Nitobe Japanese Garden. Modern architecture buildings worth visiting include: Shangri-La, the tallest building in the city, and the Sheraton Wall Centre.
The entertainment life in Vancouver is represented by many night clubs, theatres and music festivals. Vancouver is also popular for snow sports, so you can enjoy some of the world’s best ski resorts. You can also engage in other outdoor activities like mountain biking in the North Shore or playing golf in Queen Elizabeth Park. Discover the Chinese culture at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Chinatown downtown – free of charge.
International atmosphere in Vancouver
Vancouver is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in the world, with over 50% of the population not speaking English as their first language. Almost 30% of the city's inhabitants are of Chinese heritage and other ethnic populations includes Scandinavian, Italian, Ukrainian and Greek.
As the number of immigrants has continued to increase over the last 30 years, Vancouver is the home of a multicultural environment that will enable you to learn about many different cultures and make long lasting personal or professional relationships.
Vancouver is one of Canada's warmest cities in the winter. The Oceanic climate is marked by hot summers, typically dry, with maximum temperatures of 28-32°C (82-89°F). Rainfalls occur only in one out of five days during July and August. In contrast, snow precipitation falls more frequently from November through March.