With action-packed outdoor activities, mouth-watering food, fascinating cultural sights and charmingly quirky neighbourhoods, Vancouver really does have something for everyone. Book your flights to Vancouver now and discover this unique corner of Canada for yourself.
Unlike most other Canadian cities, Vancouver has a relatively short, mild winter with November to March bearing the brunt of the bad weather. Visit from March to May and you’ll be able to experience spring in the city. Perfect for those who want to go hiking and biking in Vancouver’s countryside, these beautiful months can be a great time to visit British Columbia.
If you want to see the Pacific coast in all its glory, book your flights to Vancouver Canada in the autumn months. Between September and November trees in and around the city put on a vibrant display, giving you plenty of great photo opportunities.
Whether you’ve decided on a summer getaway, a spring break or an autumn excursion, here are some trips to search out cheap flights.
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The airport is connected to central Vancouver via a dedicated SkyTrain network. Services are fast and frequent allowing you to continue your journey quickly and easily. Buses also link the airport with downtown Vancouver and taxis are available at the terminal.
A large number of airlines offer regular direct and indirect flights to Vancouver.
Vancouver is home to an extensive and efficient public transport network. The quickest way to get around town is via the city’s SkyTrain. The network has three lines and connects many of Vancouver’s popular sights and attractions. Buses link areas not covered by the SkyTrain and you can use the city’s seabuses which connect downtown Vancouver’s Waterfront Station to Lonsdale Quay on the North Shore.
With its compact downtown area, Vancouver is very easy to navigate by foot. Lace up your comfy shoes and head out to discover its famous sights and attractions. The city also has a public bike share scheme, giving you the chance to discover Vancouver from the saddle.