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Victoria Tourism

Victoria is one of the biggest attractions of Canada, for its mild climate, natural beauty and history, which is accessible throughout the year. Picturesquely present in the craggy regions of Canada, Victoria is the best place for the ones in search of history, relaxation, and beautiful scenery.

Induitably known as one of the most ¥British cities in North America, Victoria maintains many of its historical inheritances from the British. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Vancouver, at any time of the year. Filled with museums, parks, nature trails accompanied by its mild climate, Victoria is one of the best places for any photographer or history enthusiast, Simultaneously, it has its fill of clubs, bars, and little themed restaurants that can catch the fancy of any tourist. Established in 1843, Victorias British roots are apparent in the double-decker buses, formal gardens and tearooms. The city is now a cosmopolitan centre with a lively entertainment scene and a wonderful array of attractions like the British Colombia Museum, the Butchart Gardens, and Chinatown. Thus, Victoria is ideal for tourists in search of a place to relax, and explore history and nature.

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How to Reach Victoria

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Victoria is connected well by air, rail, and road systems, with ferries for the surrounding islands.

How to reach Victoria by flight

Victoria is well connected to the rest of the world through the Victoria International airport, with air carriers such as Air Canada, PanAir and Emirates.

How to reach Victoria by road

Its road systems are systematic and well marked, but travelling by cabs can be expensive in the area.

How to reach Victoria by train

Victoria is connected to nearby cities by rail.

How to reach Victoria by bus

The bus services in Victoria are the BC Transit and Pacific Coach Lines, and are relatively cheap ways to get around the city.

How to reach Victoria by waterways

There are many cruise services connecting Victoria to nearby islands.

Local transport in Victoria

Victoria is primarily a city for walking, as the Inner Harbour and other places in the heart of Victoria are best explored by walking. However,visiting the neighbouring islands can be done by road, rail and sea. From bus tours to horse-drawn carriages, Victoria has them all, including taxis, limo and scooter rentals.

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