Vancouver is one of the most appealing cities in Canada and there are many interesting things to do here. Specially, if you are in Vancouver, you will find a variety of things to do.
In spring, you can take part in the week long Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival that is organized in late March and early April. This festival features food/wine, seminars and wine tastings pairing from all over the world. In addition, you also have opportunity to join the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival that includes thirty-seven thousand cherry trees situated around and in the city. You can walk to enjoy these trees and found them on a map showing their locations. If you are not satisfied with them, you can attend free activities for all ages including the Sakura Days Japan Fair and the Cherry Jam Downtown and.
Summer in Canada is warmer than other seasons and as a result, you will find many new and exciting things to do. First of all, you can join the internationally famous Vancouver International Jazz Festival that include live shows and some festivities for all budgets and ages. This music festival is usually held in late June and early July. Vancouver Shakespeare Festival is the longest festival in Canada you can take part in. This festival lasts from early June into late September. You will have opportunity to admire the picturesque and perfect evening out on the town made by surf of Vancouver and the wonders of Shakespeare with the sand.
When the leaves begin to change, you also have many things to do in Vancouver. You can compete in Celebration of Light that is a wonderful and amazing 4-day competition between people from all around the world that occurs every year in late July and early August. Additionally, You should not miss Film Festival from late September into mid-October. You will have chances to watch the largest showcases in the world for Canadian and Asian films.
In the case, you visit Vancouver in winter; Stanley Park for the Bright Nights is the best choice for you. This is a place of professional display of millions of lights. You do not need to string up your holiday light; you just need to visit this wonderful display in Stanley Park. In addition, you can attend the Winterruption Festival on Vancouver’s Granville Island. This festival runs in late February and has theatrical performances, free movie screenings, culinary shows, musical events and musical acts on free stages.