Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal Shuttles
YVR airport transfers
Adjacent from Vancouver’s largest convention center, the Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is the ideal way to combine two great events. Surrounded by astounding waterfront neighborhoods Gastown, Coal Harbour and the Financial District, those looking forward to cruise arrivals will find themselves enveloped by an array of Canadian history paired with daily up-and-ups. Peer beyond what the day has in store by especially paying close attention to what’s close to the ship’s port, utilizing nearby public transportation via the Waterfront Ferry Terminal or underground transfers from the historic Waterfront Subway Station. Consider an array of private transport options for the freedom to take things slow instead, going with a small sedan for an intimate view of Canada’s woodsy outskirts, or load up a chartered bus to carry a couple dozen passengers toward one of many memorable views across the north side’s epic Stanley Park.
Upon arrival, cruise goers should see what unique amenities are worth checking out close to the region, all starting with what’s around Vancouver Harbour’s Canada Place Convention Centre, from the promenade lookouts along The Canadian Trail to relaxing waterfront views of trendy passerby at the breezy Granville Square. A mindful presence near the cruise ship is also good to keep in mind, not only in terms of remembering where one is at such a beautiful time but discovering small-town wonders like English-sytle chili from Steamworks Brewpub and rewarding views paired with upscale sushi at Miku Vancouver. Travel further into the city to reach an eclectic mix of exhibits and art galleries mostly interconnected, afterward basking in sunset views at the quiet CRAB Park at Portside, even quieter vistas discoverable across lush attractions within Stanley Park, from the epic formation at Siwash Rock, to relaxed benchside promenades beside the Brockton Point Lighthouse.