3-6 hours. That's plenty of time to visit the highlights of the city. Most of the attractions are located in Downtown. In addition to the famous Stanley Park, we will go through the central part of the city center to see the diverse architecture. Drive through colorful Chinatown to the oldest part of Vancouver Gastown - home of the world-famous singing Steam clock. It's a vibrant place with numerous small restaurants and cafes: Irish Pubs, modern gastropubs, vegan cafes, Carolina Style barbeque - are the only few places you can choose to dine in. Don’t forget to bring home one of the traditional First Nations masks, which you can buy in the numerous souvenir shops on our way. After lunch you will be treated the great views of English Bay, pass two main stadiums: BC Place, where the ceremony of opening Olympic games took place, and Rogers Arena, which our local hockey team Vancouver Canucks calls home, see the sights of Science World and very shorty the Olympic Village, which was built specially for XXI Winter Olympic games in Vancouver