Located in the West-End of Vancouver, running down Beach Avenue, up Burrard Street, and along Georgia Street, Vancouver’s West-End is central to Vancouver and highlights most of Vancouver’s best hang-out spots.
Young + Old
Barclay Heritage Square
Explore the historical buildings and gardens of Barclay Heritage Square. This highly recommended tourist attraction is known for its peaceful character and sanctuary.
Coal Harbour Seawall
Walk around Vancouver’s famous Coal Harbour Seawall. At approximately 5.77km, coal harbor seawall is a must-see for its beauty and ocean views and makes. It also makes for great exercise.
Cruise along Vancouver’s West-End, meet other locals or tourists and watch the beautiful sunset during a harbor cruise. This cruise leaves no disappointment and has been on trip advisors list for decades.
West End Beaches (Sunset Beach, English Bay)
Relax on the beach or walk along with seawall that borders two of Vancouver's most famous beaches, Sunset Beach and English Bay. Although it may be busy at times, these two beaches are most known for the sunset and are within walking distance to downtown Vancouver.
Shopping on Robson
With hundreds of shops, from high-end to mom and pop shops, Robson Street is where you will satisfy all of your shopping needs, a perfect way to unwind and get to know the latest in Vancouver fashion and similar trends.
LGBTQ on Davies
Take a stroll down Davies Street and enjoy the rainbow flags, sunburst banners and LGBTQ friendly culture, community and cuisine. This street is the most popular during Pride Week which usually runs the first week of August.
Around the Corner
Devonian Harbour Park
Coal Harbour Park
Lord Roberts Elementary School
Robert Annex Elementary School
King George Secondary School
The Life Coach Certification Group
Jun School Information Center
Vcad (Visual College of Art and Design)
Walk: Close to all amenities and extremely walkable. Most people living in this area do not own a car or bike.
Bus: Convenient bus stops and frequent bus times.
Skytrain: Limited Skytrain access with the closest stations being Burrard station (1.8Km) or Yaletown station (2.2Km)
Seabus: Access at the Aquatic Centre Ferry Dock (1.9Km) located to the left of the Burrard St. Bridge
Car: A car is a popular mode of transportation for those traveling outside of the city but not recommended because of traffic congestion and limited/costly parking.
Car Share: Car2Go, Evo, Modo, ZipCar
Restaurant & Retail
A 4.6 star spor for Japanese BBQ and cuisine located at 871 Denman Street
Red Umbrella Cafe
A 4.3 and highly reviewed all-day breakfast, lunch and treats handout located at 1707 Davie Street
Nero Belgian Waffle Bar
Rated 4.5 stars on Google and made for those with a sweet tooth as it offers gourmet waffles and other sugary treats.