Above is a climate diagram for Vancouver. July is the warmest month in Vancouver, with average daily maximum temperatures of 24°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is September, while the driest month is January.
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Using our filters will help you find your dream holiday letting in Vancouver. Our database reveals that internet and TVs turn out to be the most commonly provided amenities in Vancouver. It is also possible to look for a holiday letting if you like to end your days curled up by the fire , as 153 of the lettings there include fireplaces.
Experience rich culture and nature with a holiday home in Vancouver
Stroll along the harbour at sunset and drink in the atmosphere at this breathtaking North American city. Eagles soar over the mountains and beaches at this hipster hangout of choice, which also boasts a vibrant art scene and overflows with top-notch indie music.
Bounty of the north
With the best Asian cuisine in Canada and authentic izakayas (Japanese pubs), Vancouver is well-known for its dining options. Freshly caught seafood is served up at many of the restaurants and pubs downtown, including seasonal prawns and slabs of wild salmon. The farm-to-table movement is strong here, which means you can chow down on foraged morels and juicy duck from the nearby Fraser Valley. Don't forget to sample some craft beer – the brewing scene here is hopping.
While Vancouver Art Gallery is the pit stop of choice for culture fans, there's also an up-and-coming arts scene that will delight those with even the slightest bit of hipster in them. You'll find Shakespeare on the harbourfront and open house art crawls throughout the city every November, and year round, there's a range of polyglot music festivals and live music. Keep your eyes peeled for the plentiful public art throughout the city, which makes great camera fodder. Take public transit to any one of Vancouver's many distinctive neighbourhoods, where you can see beachfront heritage houses, mooch through the stores in Kitsilano, or hit the bars in Gastown.
Playtime in the great outdoors
Vancouver’s surrounding mountains, dusted with snow, make the city’s skyline distinctive. Spend the morning skiing and retire to the beach in the afternoon – Vancouver is that versatile. You can also go mountain biking on the forest trails, set off on a kayaking adventure, or explore the stunning Stanley Park.
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