Stop No. 1

Empress Hotel

Victoria’s famous landmark hotel – the Fairmont Empress Hotel sits majestically at the cornerstone of Victoria’s sparkling Inner Harbour and city centre of arts, entertainment and cultural attractions. This Vancouver Island resort is located in British Columbia’s capital city and features turn of the century architecture, classic beauty and an unrivaled location on the water. Tour […]

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Stop No. 2

Old Town

Brightly-painted Victorian-era shopfronts flank both sides of busy Lower Johnson and Yates Streets. Once home to hotels and stores during the Gold Rushes (1850s & 1890s), today the area is known for its funky local boutiques and restaurants. See Canada’s oldest Chinatown – visit its lively markets and Fan Tan Alley.

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Stop No. 3

Victoria Regent Hotel / Bastion Square

Only a short distance from the Victoria Regent Hotel, you will discover a great variety of popular attractions. Historic Bastion Square, whale watching excursions and some of the best waterfront dining Victoria has to offer.

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Stop No. 4

Coho Ferry/Steamship Terminal Pier

The M.V. Coho provides a classic ship experience linking Victoria with Port Angeles, Washington. This is also the first stop in the James Bay community — home to many of Victoria’s key attractions.

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Stop No. 5

Fisherman’s Wharf / Coast Hotel

This waterfront location captivates guests with fantastic views of the calm waters and bustling marina, Fisherman’s Wharf — this unique marine destination offers food kiosks, unique shops and eco-tour adventures in the heart of the working harbour.

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Stop No. 6

Cruise Ship Terminal / Ogden Point / Breakwater

Ogden Point offers a variety of experiences with its popular 762-metre breakwater seawall, with the longest depicted First Nations art mural in Canada. Another local favourite is the Breakwater Café. Enjoy a coffee and brunch or west coast comfort fare with stunning Juan de Fuca and Olympic Mountain views. Check out the new Breakwater Tasting […]

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Stop No. 7

Beacon Hill Park

Look up at the 126 ft. totem pole, which is often the perch for a magnificent bald eagle! Watch some cricket, visit the Beacon Hill Children’s Farm and enjoy the peacocks in this wonderful 154 acre park.

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Stop No. 8

Mile 0

The start of Canada’s Highway No.1, which stretches through all 10 provinces of Canada between our Pacific and Atlantic coasts, is one of the longest national highways, spanning 8,030 kms (4990 miles). The Terry Fox monument marks the spot where his original Marathon of Hope was to end.

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Stop No. 9

Christ Church Cathedral

One of Victoria’s historical landmarks built in 1896, Christ Church Cathedral is the episcopal seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of British Columbia. It is built in the Gothic style of the 13th century to the design of J.C.M. Keith, who won an international competition in 1896 to obtain this commission.

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Stop No. 10

Craigdarroch Castle

Take a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of Scottish coal baron Robert Dunsmuir who built this castle in 1898.

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Stop No. 12

Oak Bay Marina

Enjoy a panoramic view of the US San Juan islands and distant Cascade Mountains or stroll north to sandy Willows Beach.

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Stop No. 13

Oak Bay Beach Hotel

The legendary and redefined Oak Bay Beach Hotel is a beautiful new Tudor-inspired, luxury, oceanfront boutique hotel and spa. Featuring world-class hot mineral pools, a seaside spa, The Snug Pub, live dinner theatre performances, fine dining and more!

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Stop No. 14

Cook Street Village

The pedestrian-friendly streets and small town atmosphere of Cook Street Village make it one of Victoria’s most popular destinations. This stop captures both the history of Victoria and modern day-to-day life. A great place to relax with friends on a café patio, visit a traditional pub or peruse the boutique family-owned shops.

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Stop No. 15

Chateau Victoria – Marriott – Double Tree Hotels

Moments away from Victoria’s popular sites and attractions, these downtown hotels offers elegant accommodations and are conveniently located close to the historic Royal Theatre. Take a short walk and enjoy the grounds of St. Ann’s Academy.

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