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- Royal Jubilee Hospital
- Butchart Gardens
- Victoria Bug Zoo
- University of Victoria
- Government Street
- Abkhazi Garden
- Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
- British Columbia Parliament Building
- Bear Mountain Golf and Country Club
- Victoria Conference Centre
- Bear Mountain Golf Club
- Royal BC Museum
- Royal Roads University
- Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary
- Cordova Bay Golf Course
- Camosun College - Interurban Campus
- The McPherson Playhouse
- Hatley Castle
- Victoria Royal Theatre
- Uptown Center
B&Bs in Victoria
Things to see in Victoria
Take a guided tour of Victoria’s landmark Parliament Buildings to get a taste of this city’s fascinating civic history, then head for the Maritime Museum to learn more about its significant role in the development of North America’s western seaboard. At the Royal BC Museum you can discover the wildlife and indigenous culture of British Columbia, while its artistic legacy can be explored at the Emily Carr House. The birthplace of this famous Canadian painter displays a permanent collection of her works as well as exhibitions by local contemporary artists. Take a pleasant stroll to Point Ellis House, a beautiful colonial mansion which houses a fine collection of Victoriana, then enjoy afternoon tea in its carefully manicured gardens. For a stimulating walk that’s a little more on the wild side, head for Beacon Hill Park for dramatic views of the Pacific rollers as well as a giant totem pole.
B&Bs in Victoria
There’s no finer way to experience the city’s legendary hospitality than by staying in one of its cozy bed and breakfast establishments. B&Bs in Victoria combine great value for money with friendly personal service, allowing you a privileged insight into the daily lives of its inhabitants. You’ll find Victoria bed and breakfast accommodation to be a cut above the rest, with well-appointed en-suite bathrooms, delicious breakfast buffets with a wide choice of home-cooked dishes, and thoughtful extra touches such as city maps and free WiFi. The best B&Bs in Victoria offer the facilities of a hotel and the homeliness of a private residence rolled into one.
Where to stay in Victoria
For top-class B&Bs in Victoria, make your way to the city’s popular seaside neighborhoods where you’ll find an excellent range of watersports, great bars and restaurants, and shopping choices including colorful markets and chic stores. Sidney and Saanich both have a wide selection of B&Bs, from budget family rooms to boutique residences. If you want to be close to museums and civic buildings, choose a good-value bed and breakfast in Downtown Victoria and enjoy the benefits of exploring on foot. Historic James Bay has a laid-back vibe and is surrounded by wonderful scenery—the B&Bs here are typically in beautiful family homes with fascinating histories of their own.
How to get to Victoria
Victoria Airport is served by a number of US and Canadian carriers, while most international visitors arrive via neighboring Vancouver Airport. Passenger ferry services also operate from Vancouver or Seattle, offering a scenic alternative to a shuttle flight. From Victoria Airport it’s easy to reach downtown in around 30 minutes by cab. The compact city center is pedestrian-friendly, while many visitors choose to hire a bike to explore further afield. Taxis are frequent and reliable, and the public bus network is convenient and easy to navigate.
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