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- Rogers Arena
- BC Place Stadium
- Vancouver Convention Centre
- Stanley Park
- Canada Place
- University of British Columbia
- Metropolis at Metrotown
- Horseshoe Bay
- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
- Granville Island Public Market
- Richmond Centre Mall
- Richmond Night Market
- Capilano Suspension Bridge
- Grouse Mountain
- Pacific Centre Shopping Mall
- British Columbia Visitor Centre @ YVR
- Pacific Coliseum
- Harbour Centre
- Kitsilano Beach
What you should know about Delta
Hotels in Delta
The range of accommodation in Delta consists mainly of 2- and 3-star hotels. The Duck Inn Riverfront Cottages is one of a kind. This charming B&B in Delta is situated on the Fraser River, so you can drift off to sleep with the sound of the calming waters outside your room. Its location also means there are great on-site activities like rowing and canoeing. For more conventional lodgings you can try the Coast Tsawwassen Inn, a 3-star hotel in Delta that receives outstanding reviews. It’s only a mile from the beach, and has an indoor pool, fitness center, and restaurant.
Things to see in Delta
There are some great wineries to visit in the Delta area. Wellbrook Winery is one of the best, and is quite unique as it produces fruit-based wines rather than the typical grape wines. Within the rustic settings of this heritage farm you can indulge in free tastings of wines and juices, making it suitable for all ages. Nature areas are plentiful in Delta. The George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary is the most-loved attraction of the city, and is the perfect location for a daytrip. 850 acres of wetlands, marshes, and dykes await you, and there are scores of different species of bird to marvel at. For a different type of landscape, you can visit the gorgeous sands of Centennial Beach. Positioned on the western shore of Boundary Bay, this beach is a great place to take a walk and experience the beauty of Canada’s coastline.
Good for families
Delta is an ideal location for families who enjoy nature and wildlife. There are plenty of areas to take a hike in the forest, like the Watershed Park, which also has trails for mountain biking. There are also family-friendly attractions in Delta, such as the Splashdown Park. Perfect for the hot summer months, it’s Greater Vancouver’s only waterpark. It has lots of different slides and play areas for kids that will keep them entertained for hours. Add to this the many family-friendly hotels in Delta and it’s the perfect neighborhood for those traveling with children.
How to get to Delta
If you’re traveling from the United States, you can take a direct flight to Vancouver International Airport from cities such as New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. You can also fly from Canadian cities such as Montreal. Once at the airport, it’s a simple 30-minute drive on BC-99 to reach Delta. You can also drive from nearby cities with ease. Downtown Vancouver is just an hour away, and Surrey is just 15 minutes away. Delta is close to the US border, so you can also drive from Seattle in just over 2 hours. Public transportation is scarce, so it’s best to hire a car to travel in Delta.
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