24 Hours in Gay Vancouver

Published Date Author: , November 10th, 2017

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Gay Vancouver is one of the world’s great cities. Its combination of architecture, ocean and mountains—not to mention its cosmopolitan citizenry—make it quite unlike any other urban center. The city has a very active LGBTQ community and is worth a long weekend visit—or even longer if you are able.

But what if you have a mere 24 hours to experience the city’s sights? Maybe you have a short stay on the way to an Alaska cruise or a long layover before a flight to Asia: How to spend your time in this sparkling metropolis?

Here are five things to put on your “must do” list, as recommended by Angus Praught, President of Gayvan.com Travel Marketing.

Davie Village

This is ground zero for LGBTQ+ Vancouver, where you can start off or wind up your visit. Have breakfast, lunch, dinner or a cocktail, and meet some of the locals. This area is a short taxi ride from the downtown hotels and is very walkable. Check out the famous rainbow crosswalks at the intersection of Bute and Davie.

By Paul Heney – Full Story at Travel Pulse

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Larry Schlatter said on November 12, 2017, 3:41 pm:

Vancouver and Vancouver Island are my favorite places on the planet. Nice to see this article. I almost had a job in Victoria once. Now that would have been heaven.

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