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Hop-On Hop-Off City Attractions Tour

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This hop-on, hop-off tour is the easiest way to enjoy Vancouver's most popular areas: Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island and more! Explore Vancouver onboard clear-top buses and San Francisco-style trolleys. The tour features a live commentary on the trolleys and a number of languages on the open top buses, so you'll have the opportunity to learn what makes this spectacular city so special. Take advantage of two routes that will take you all across the city; both are included in your hop-on hop-off tour of Vancouver.

Make sure to take time to visit Stanley Park, opened in the late 19th century and boasting over 1,000 acres of west coast evergreen rainforest. Wander about cedar, hemlock, and fir trees before enjoying the stunning views from Prospect Point. Once at Prospect Point, take in the spectacular views of Lions Gate Bridge, the North Shore's magnificent mountains, and the bustle of Vancouver's harbor below. It can safely be stated that all of Stanley Park is one great big garden. The Rose Gardens, situated just steps from the Georgia Street entrance to the park, is a true inspiration and a "must see" for garden enthusiasts as well as Vancouver's most popular destination for wedding photos. The park is also home to the famous Totem Poles, a culturally rich and visually stunning sight! The totems found here are representative of the art and society of many of B.C.'s Native Nations.

Be sure to make a stop at the bustling Granville Island while on your Vancouver tour. This peninsula and shopping district includes a stunning marina, wonderful art galleries, cute boutiques, and is perhaps best known for its Public Market. The Granville Island Public Market features colorful booths that display unique homemade good and products, perfect for that souvenir to remind you about your Vancouver tour.

Discover the thrill of space adventure as you voyage to the outer edges of the universe at the Space Center, or admire a tranquil yet vibrant expression of Ming Dynasty culture at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden in the midst of Chinatown. If you wish, enjoy time in Gastown, Vancouver's oldest neighborhood, which has earned its place among the National Historic Sites of Canada for its history, grand Victorian buildings, and thriving urban lifestyle. Explore Vancouver at your own pace on this charming and convenient hop-on hop-off tour around the city.

Please Note: There are 2 routes with varying tour durations and seasonal schedules. The Park Route (Green Line) takes approximately 2 hours to complete without getting off. The City Route (Blue Line) takes approximately 90 minutes to complete without getting off. The routes run every 20 minutes from May to September, and hourly from October to April. The tours are narrated in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean, and Mandarin (available on buses only). First and last tour times will be detailed in your electronic ticket.

The Park Route (Green Line) includes the following stops:

  • Gastown
  • Canada Place Cruise Terminal / Vancouver Convention Centre / Welcome Kiosk
  • Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront
  • Robson Shopping District / Blue Horizon Hotel
  • Coal Harbour / Westin Bayshore Hotel
  • Stanley Park Pavilion / Miniature Railroad
  • Vancouver Aquarium / Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
  • Totem Poles
  • Prospect Pont
  • Ferguson Point
  • Second Beach
  • English Bay Beach
  • Aquatic Centre / False Creek Ferries
  • Museum of Vancouver
  • Maritime Museum
  • Granville Island Bus Loop
  • Entertainment District
  • Library Square
  • Sports District / Sandman City Centre Hotel
  • Chinatown
  • Maple Tree Square / Old Spaghetti Factory

The City Route (Blue Line) includes the following stops:

  • Gastown
  • Art Gallery / Pacific Centre
  • Canada Place Cruise Terminal / Vancouver Convention Centre / Welcome Kiosk
  • Sutton Place / Robson Street
  • Century Plaza
  • Davie Village
  • Aquatic Centre / False Creek Ferries
  • Yaletown
  • Library Square
  • Sports District / Sandman City Centre Hotel
  • Casino
  • Science World
  • Chinatown
  • Urban Winery
  • Maple Tree Square / Old Spaghetti Factory

To see a map of the stops that are included in this tour, please CLICK HERE.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
24 Hours
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
Numerous stops throughout Vancouver. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible rubber-soled walking shoes. Sunglasses and sunscreen are also suggested.
Guests must be able to walk over paved, gravel, and packed dirt surfaces, some of which are uneven or on an incline. Fold up wheelchairs can be stored on the trolley with advanced notice. Luggage cannot be accommodated on the trolley. Baggage storage services are available for cruise guests at Canada Place for an additional fee (not included). For security reasons, short-term baggage storage is available to cruise passengers only. Pets are not permitted onboard the trolley, with the exception of official guide dogs or service animals. Aside from water and baby bottles, food and drink is not allowed on the trolley.
4.5 Stars4.5Based On 20 Reviews Review This Tour
5 StarsVancouver, BCJuly 30, 2018

Reviewer: Lorraine M. Sibley
Best thing ever!

5 StarsHOHO -Seeing Vancouver July 30, 2018

Reviewer: Sherry Parkhurst
Delighted to have a HOHO stop right across street from The Sylvia Hotel (English Bay stop, Park Route). It was a great way to become familiar with the city. We recommend the Public Market-on the City route. To continue on our way, we took the ferry shuttle from the Public Market, so we could get back on the Park Route where we got off. Then, we did some tourist shopping in Gastown. Don’t forget to see the famous steam clock! Stanley Park is a fabulous gem. Acres of nature. Go ahead- take a carriage ride!

4 StarsHop-On Hop-offJuly 16, 2018

Reviewer: David Plue
very good for getting around city. also very informative. Would use again

5 StarsGreat way to see the cityJuly 09, 2018

Reviewer: Mike
The buses were a great way to see the city. The stops were convenient. This is definitely an all-day activity, so allow for plenty of time and make sure you take both routes.

4 StarsVancouver SightseeingJuly 02, 2018

Reviewer: Lisa
This is a good way to see the city and park if you have the time to spend. Some tour guides were friendlier than otbers.

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