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Being among the most ethnically diverse cities, Vancouver resides by the west coast seaport in British Columbia, Canada.  The place is a popular filming location, thanks to the mountainous area and plentiful outdoor pursuits.  The city also has its own thriving music scenes and art performance.  The Museum of Anthropology keeps the First Nations Collections, while the Vancouver Art Gallery is best known for regional works.

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Beautiful view of Inner Harbour of Victoria, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada   (Copyright: canadastock)

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Inner Harbour, Victoria, BC, Canada August 9, 2015 – Popular tourist destination with eco-tours, unique shops, food, the world famous Empress Hotel & near the parliament buildings in Victoria, Canada  (Chase Clausen / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER – NOV 10: Vancouver Science World on November 10th, 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This building was designed for EXPO 86.  (jiawangkun / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA – JULY 27: Canada Place Harbor view from Stanley Park on July 27, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada. Famous Vancouver main cruise ship terminal, it was built in 1927.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA- JULY 28: Downtown Vancouver Waterfront, and Lifestyle on July 28, 2014 in Vancouver, CA Vancouver has prominent buildings in a variety of styles by many famous architects.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA- JULY 28: Downtown Vancouver Waterfront, and Lifestyle on July 28, 2014 in Vancouver, CA Vancouver has prominent buildings in a variety of styles by many famous architects.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – JULY 27: Douglas Coupland’s Head at Vancouver Art Gallery on July 27 , 2014 in Vancouver, Canada. Gallery is 5th largest art gallery in Canada and largest in Western Canada.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA – JULY 28: Bikers at Downtown Vancouver Lookout area in July 28, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada. Famous Observation Deck, situated in the heart of Vancouver, and it has a revolving restaurant.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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Tofino, Vancouver Island, BC August 13, 2015 – Beautiful First Nations art on front of the Eagle Aerie Gallery, which is owned, operated & showcases traditional artwork by artist Roy Henry Vickers.  (Chase Clausen / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA – JULY 05: Vancouver Public Library Interior on July 05, 2008 in Vancouver, Canada. Second largest public library system in Canada, with more than 2.8 million items in its collections.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER-JUN 28, 2014: Yaletown-Roundhouse station for the Canada Line SkyTrain, a fully automated rapid transit train linking to the airport, built in advance of the 2010 Olympic Games here.  (cdrin / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – JULY 27: Vancouver Art Gallery on July 27 , 2014 in Vancouver, Canada. Gallery is 5th largest art gallery in Canada and largest in Western Canada.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CA – JULY 27: Downtown Vancouver Modern Architecture, and Lifestyle on July 27 , 2014in Vancouver, CA. Vancouver has prominent buildings in a variety of styles by many famous architects  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – MAY 16, 2007. Customer relaxing on the pavement terrace of the La Luna Cafe on Water Street in Gastown, Vancouver.  (Deymos.HR / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – OCTOBER 19, 2013: A barista prepares a cup of latte during public event to promote coffee beverages in Vancouver, Canada, October 19, 2013.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – DECEMBER 2, 2012: Thousands of participants and spectators took part in an annual The Santa Claus Parade in Vancouver, Canada, on December 2, 2012.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – NOVEMBER 11, 2013: Canadian veterans and military personnel take part in Remembrance Day ceremony and parade at the Victory Square in Vancouver, Canada, on November 11, 2013.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – FEBRUARY 17, 2013: Thousands of people took part in the Chinese New Year Parade and celebrations at Chinatown in Vancouver, Canada, Feb. 17, 2013. (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – JULY 1, 2013: Thousands of people gathered in downtown to take part in Canada Day celebrations in Vancouver, Canada, on July 1, 2013.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – JULY 1, 2013: Thousands of people gathered in downtown to take part in Canada Day celebrations in Vancouver, Canada, on July 1, 2013.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – AUGUST 6, 2012: Horses ridden by jockeys compete at Hastings Park racecourse in Vancouver, Canada, on August 6, 2012.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – APRIL 7, 2012: Feathers went flying as hundreds of people came armed with their pillows to celebrate the International Pillow Fight Day 2012 in Vancouver, Canada, April 07, 2012.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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English bay Vancouver,BC Canada,January 1 2016, 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.96th annual Vancouver Polar Bear Swim 2016 at English bay beach Vancouver BC Canada  (Zhenwang Wang / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – JANUARY 1, 2012: Hundreds of people participated in the 92nd annual Polar Bear Swim 2012 in Vancouver, Canada, January 1, 2012.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

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VANCOUVER, BC/CANADA – JULY 30: People enjoying the day at the Kitsilano beach in Vancouver, Canada on July 30, 2015. Kitsilano Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver.  (Asif Islam / Shutterstock)

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Beautiful golf course Vancouver, Canada.  (Copyright: romakoma)

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VANCOUVER – AUGUST 17: The Grouse Mountain Skyride in Vancouver, Canada on August 17, 2013. The SkyRide departs at the base of the Grouse Mountain at about 300m and climbs up to 1100m in 8 minutes.  (Justek16 / Shutterstock)

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Woman sitting on a rock and enjoying the beautiful view on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada  (Copyright: canadastock)

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Butchart Gardens – gardens on Vancouver Island. Flower beds of colorful flowers and walking paths for tourists. The world-famous masterpiece of park architecture  (Copyright: kavram)

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VANCOUVER – JULY 05: People at Capilano Bridge on July 05, 2008 in Vancouver Canada. Suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River, and it is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river.  (Lissandra Melo / Shutterstock)

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WEST VANCOUVER – JAN. 1, 2016: Where the popular Metro Vancouver’s district West Vancouver touches the Pacific Ocean and close to Bellevue Ave is a popular promenade for walking, named Dundarave Beach  (Josef Hanus / Shutterstock)

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Sunset Beach Park and English Bay by downtown Vancouver  (Copyright: Lijuan Guo)

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Reflections on the wet street during a rainy night in Vancouver’s touristy Gastown district. The streaks of light are from vehicles crossing during the long exposure. British Columbia, Canada.  (Copyright: Max Lindenthaler)

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – MAY 2, 2012: A photograph of vintage neon sign still shining in Vancouver’s Downtown, one of only handful remaining original neon signs in Vancouver, Canada, May 2, 2012.  (Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock)

Useful Reference

Vancouver Travel Guide
By Ethan Brenin

Vancouver has milder climate than the rest of Canada. Lavished with glittering seas, snow-capped mountains, multicultural atmosphere, food, and natural wonders, Vancouver becomes one of the best must-see cities. Vancouver is always in the list of the liveliest cities. With its shopping malls, a multicultural variety such as East Indian and Italian districts, the most loved location of this city is the Stanley Park. All you need to do is book yourself a cheap flight to Vancouver and experience the exquisiteness this city has to offer.

The Stanley Park is a fascinating place, garnished with lagoons, beaches, gardens, and cedar trees. Wild life exists is this area as species such as coyotes, trumpeter swans and beavers are seen. Located near the downtown, Stanley Park is what the Vancouver offers with pride!

The Lost Lagoon and seawall walk are located here, along with the Siwash Rock. Within a few miles in the downtown Vancouver, features such as the Grouse, Cypress and Seymour mountains can be located – all having night skiing facilities. A small mystical Island Bowen is located if a 15 minute ferry trip is taken, giving the tourist a view of the rain forests meeting the ocean. Several Ferry trips can help you discover gulf Islands such as the Galiano and Saltspring.

Vancouver experiences mild winters with very little snow. Having a maritime climate and being located near the Pacific coast, it comes as no surprise that Vancouver comes with a lot of rain. Those who are looking to get cheap flights to Vancouver, always make sure you pack yourself a rain jacket. However, the summers are a real treat for Vancouver. With temperature of being 20 degree Celsius, Vancouver enjoys a lot of sunshine. If you are looking for a vacation to Vancouver, make sure you book yourself a cheap flight no matter what season you go in.

Vancouver enjoys many tourists from July to August because not only is the weather great, but many activities taking place in these few months. These include the Vancouver International Jazz festival, The Folk Music Festival, the Film Festival and the HSBS Celebration of Light fireworks competition. Therefore, for those who enjoy music especially, these functions can be an ideal attraction.

Tourist also enjoy the pre and post summer months such as May/June and Sept/Oct months as the summer season wears off eventually. These months let you enjoy whale watching, as this is the ideal Vancouver attraction in the early spring and late autumn.

If you are a skier or snowboarder, Vancouver is your place to be around the mid of December. Tourists also enjoy the months January and February since these are the mountains’ peak seasons! If you do not mind getting a lot of rainfall, the late fall season is when you book yourself a cheap flight ticket to Vancouver! In addition, you can get very cheap flight tickets to Vancouver in this season as well as the accommodations as not many people enjoy vacations in such weather.

Vancouver City has a lot to offer along with the Lonsdale Quay, which is located in the North of Vancouver. It is famous for selling souvenirs which the tourists can take back home to make a memorable trip to this fabulous city. Another famous mark of the Lonsdale Quay is the melt-in-the-mouth fudge, without which no tourist should even think about leaving Vancouver. Just these alone would get you thinking about finding vancouver cheap flights.

On the Hornby Street, the Vancouver Art Gallery is located. Having more than 200 works by Emily Carr, this gallery is the largest Art Gallery in Canada. Emily Carr was a known British Columbia artist and the art-lovers should not miss this treat!

Another delight Vancouver offers is the Classical Chinese Garden of Dr Sun Yat Sen. Located on the extreme side of China town, which happens to be Canada’s largest Chinatown, it has quite a reputation as it is the first ever genuine classical Chinese garden which was built outside China.

For the perfect summer treat, the Wreck Beach is available to please the sun-lovers. Situated between the Locarno Beach and the University of British Columbian lands, it takes up at least 8km of the city.

If you plan to visit Vancouver anytime soon, be wise and wait until the year 2010. Vancouver is going to be hosting the Olympic Winter games that year and the tickets are on sale now. Save yourself money, and book yourself some Vancouver cheap flights before the prices start to shoot up again! Not only do you get to enjoy the event, you get to experience the beauty the city has to offer, that too at a cheap price!

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