Victoria is connected well by air, rail, and road systems, with ferries for the surrounding islands.
Flights connect the Victoria International Airport to any major Indian metropolis.
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.
|Starting city||Return price (approx)|
|New Delhi||₹ 88,811||View Details|
Its road systems are systematic and well marked, but travelling by cabs can be expensive in the area.
Victoria is connected to nearby cities by rail.
The bus services in Victoria are the BC Transit and Pacific Coach Lines, and are relatively cheap ways to get around the city.
There are many cruise services connecting Victoria to nearby islands.
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.