I live in Vancouver and think it is a fabulous place to visit.So do the thousands of tourists that come here each year.May to September are the most popular months to visit .
Here is an internet summary: Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities.A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes.Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum ofAnthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections.
I live here and always have.It is true that rain is a big problem other than in July; in August the problem is smoke from forest fires which last year basically cost us an entire month of summer.I do not agree about taxes, look it up it just is not true, but it IS true that housing is way overpriced.
Vancouver is gorgeous topographically, the mountains and ocean, but the city itself is shabby with shitty cheap looking buildings everywhere, wires and cables hanging across streets everywhere, ugly strip malls.We have so much pride in our natural beauty but almost none when it comes to building!
Thanks for the A2A.I lived in the suburbs for ten years and commuted to downtown for the last few years we were there.So, I can’t speak as a visitor…actually, I can.
I visited there and decided that was where I wanted to live and made it happen.I was your typical Albertan: “Working like Hell to be able to move to B.C.” Didn’t want to leave, but the economy was so bad at the time, I really had no choice.
Lived there two years.Great if you like rain, clouds, water too cold to swim in, high taxes.