Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
Where majestic nature meets bustling city life
Discover Vancouver, an enchanting destination that will delight all your senses. Located on the west coast of Canada, this cosmopolitan metropolis offers a captivating mix of spectacular landscapes and lively cultural events, making it a wonderful place to be.
Admire the region’s breathtaking natural beauty by exploring the surrounding mountains and trails, or enjoy the peacefulness of its parks, urban oases, and sandy beaches. Whether you’re an adventure-seeking outdoor enthusiast, a culture lover in search of artistic experiences, or simply looking to relax in charming surroundings, Vancouver has it all.
Vancouver is newly serviced by the Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) since 2023 through direct flights offered all year by Air Canada on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Take advantage of the many flights offered each week to travel to the other side of the country. Don’t wait any longer. Book now!
One of Vancouver’s gems, Stanley Park is a vast green space featuring picturesque hiking trails, beautiful gardens, amazing beaches, and even Canada’s largest aquarium. The park is a must for bike rides, jogs in nature, or simply enjoying lush greenery.
The old district of Gastown is Vancouver’s cultural hub. Its cobbled streets, restored Victorian buildings, and famous steam clock make it a charming place to explore. You’ll also find trendy shops, art galleries, restaurants, and buzzing bars, creating a unique and lively atmosphere.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
You’ll shiver with excitement crossing the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, which stands at a dizzying 70 metres above a magnificent canyon. There are hiking trails to explore in the rainforest nearby and a suspended observation platform with breathtaking views of the surroundings.
This quaint island is a true paradise for food and culture lovers. The public market offers a host of fresh products, local handicrafts, as well as delicious dishes. Explore art galleries, attend plays, and enjoy the views on Vancouver’s lively waterfront.
University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology
Discover the history and culture of First Nations in Canada by visiting this exceptional museum, which houses an impressive collection of artifacts, sculptures, totem poles, and traditional objects that trace the history and traditions of the local Indigenous peoples.
Vancouver’s Chinatown is one of the largest and oldest of its kind in North America. Its bustling streets, traditional architecture, colourful markets, and typical Asian restaurants are well worth the detour. Be sure to visit the magnificent Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden, a haven in the heart of the city.
A journey for your taste buds
Vancouver is a culinary paradise where you can enjoy a variety of delicious cuisines. Public markets offer plenty of delicious products, artisan cheeses, fresh seafood, and tasty pastries. Chinatown provides a unique gourmet experience with its many restaurants serving delicious dim sum and traditional Chinese dishes. Food trucks and street markets are also very popular, offering a great variety of meals to enjoy.
Access to bountiful nature
Vancouver’s natural beauty is unmatched. The North Shore Mountains offer many opportunities for hiking, climbing, and skiing. The Gulf Islands, which are accessible by ferry, are a true haven with their secluded beaches and breathtaking coastal scenery. Famous for its vineyards and fruits, the Okanagan Valley is also easy to access from Vancouver. Whether you want to explore mountains, islands, or vineyards, the region’s natural wonders will leave you speechless.
Endless sporting activities
With its majestic mountains, shimmering waters, and temperate climate, Vancouver offers countless outdoor activities. Skiing, hiking, biking, kayaking, surfing... there’s something for everyone here. The 2010 Winter Olympics left an impressive sporting legacy, including the facilities in Whistler and the Richmond Olympic Oval, where international competitions are regularly held.
A captivating cultural and historical hub
Vancouver is rich in culture and history. The old district of Gastown is a living testimony to the city’s past, with its restored Victorian buildings and cobbled streets. The University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology showcases local Indigenous cultures, while the Vancouver Art Gallery presents world-renowned contemporary art exhibitions. Cultural festivals, such as the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, enliven the city’s art scene year-round.
Ready to go?
The YQB team recommends booking your flight through a travel agency. Working with a specialized agency will allow you to take advantage of its expertise and connections with airlines. In addition to enjoying competitive rates, you’ll get access to exclusive offers, the V.I.P Lounge by Club Med, parking, and a host of other perks.