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This was a fantastic tour that allows you to see the best of Vancouver in a day. As I was only in Vancouver for a day it was a great way to see the city. The tour guide was informative and engaging.
Tour was as advertised and our tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny.
Wonderful introduction to the lovely city of Vancouver! Loved the botanical gardens, parks, totems, bridges, Granville Island, and driving through Chinatown, past expensive homes, the steam clock, the historical district, the harbor, etc. Stanley Park was huge and beautiful! The seawall went on forever -- with bike paths, lovely views, beaches, lighthouses, etc. Great way to get your bearings and to see places we wanted to return to later. Hotel pickup and drop-off were welcome as well! Our day started out overcast and rainy, but soon the sun came out and was warm and lovely!
The Vancouver City Tour hit all of the right spots. The New York Times had a "36-Hours in Vancouver" article recently in its Travel Section, and I could see that we covered almost everything mentioned and more. I would recommend this tour for anyone visiting Vancouver for the first time.
We had a wonderful time and everything was explained in great detail
Great tour.... great driver! Saw everything we wanted to... and much more. Driver was super helpful.. even to helping other passengers to get to the train station!
Had arrived in Vancouver (by ship) early in the morning and the transport company had already contacted our accommodation and confirmed the pick-up place and time. Very efficient administration and great driver.... five stars
Tour was excellent.. Megan is very cool .. got to see many sights for a short period of time , good tour if staying in Vancouver for short period . Megan make the tour more enjoyable . Never been dissapointed. with Viator Cheers