36 Hours in Vancouver: Things to Do and See

2 p.m. Cruise the seawall

A visit to downtown’s waterfront Stanley Park, which is larger than New York’s Central Park, offers an unforgettable, if de rigueur, introduction to the city. Biking the 6.6-mile seawall is a great way to enjoy the park’s rainforest, beaches and gardens. Hop on a Mobi bike share (1 dollar to unlock, then 25 cents per minute) near the aquarium and pedal along the edge of Coal Harbour, with its gleaming glass towers, then under the imposing steel frame of the Lions Gate Bridge, watching for seals in Burrard Inlet. Farther on, cold Pacific water beckons hardy swimmers and paddleboarders at Third Beach, while

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