Vancouver’s street art is discovered on the new Street Art and Craft Beer Tour by Vancouver Toonie Tours © Tourism Vancouver/ Hubert Kang Vancouver’s street art is discovered on the new Street Art and Craft Beer Tour by Vancouver Toonie Tours © Tourism Vancouver/ Hubert Kang

Vancouver day tours

A range of new tours has been launched in Vancouver this year, encompassing bikes, beer, food and the rainbow community.

 

The daily Sunset and City Lights Night Bike Tour with Cycle City Vancouver is a three to fourhour evening excursion during June through August. It cruises through Stanley Park, English Bay, False Creek, light installations, Granville Street’s neon signs, and also stops for a gelato. Electric-assist bikes are available for booking. Canadian Craft Tours has introduced beer bikes to metro Vancouver, following in the footsteps of cities like Nashville and Portland. On the North Vancouver Craft Cycle Tour beer lovers pedal to some of the best craft breweries in North Vancouver’s Lower Lonsdale. Visitors can add art to beer on the Street Art and Craft Beer Tour by Vancouver Toonie Tours. The three-hour tour visits some of the city’s wall murals while stopping off at local breweries in one of Vancouver’s hippest neighbourhoods, Mount Pleasant. Vancouver Food Tours has launched a vegan tour through Gastown that includes a multicourse vegan lunch. It visits some of the city’s top vegan spots such as a vegan pizza joint. The new Hop-On-Hop-Off Vancouver City Tour by Landsea Tours & Adventures travels daily by luxury double-decker coaches equipped with a glass skylight, live commentary, and one easy route. The Really Gay History Tour by Forbidden Vancouver runs every Sunday and every day during Pride (25 July to 7 August). Guests meet the unsung heroes of Vancouver’s LGBTQ2+ community who changed the social fabric of Canada. The tour meets outside of Vancouver City Centre Skytrain Station, and visits historic sites like Hotel Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Davie Village and more.

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