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Shopping in Vancouver

Granville Market
Granville Market
#About the Wonderful Food Market on Granville Island

On Granville Island is the Granville Island Public Market, and is without a doubt the main attraction of the island.

This is a covered food market, including a farmers market that offers delicacies from nearby farms and plenty of fresh produce. You can buy many prepared foods as well, like vegetables, fruits, meats, sausages, fish, chocolates, dairy products, cookings, baked goods, baguettes, and different loaves of bread.

In addition to all the food that is sold here, in the market there are many stalls with flowers and decorations, and amazing street food of all styles and flavors.


Part of the stores and galleries on the island are closed on Mondays, so it is best to come on other days of the week.

On Granville is a small market, just for children. Whoever comes here as a family or with children should take a look.

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Granville Street
#About the Entertainment Street

Granville Street in downtown Vancouver is one of the main streets of the city. This is a long road full of activity, of the best kind - entertainment and culture, as well as shopping and department stores that are great for shopping.

On the street is the walkway called Granville Mall, one of the places you are sure to want to visit when in the city and enjoy shopping and free time.

Throughout the day, the feeling here is a little tired, on Granville Street you will see the entertainment area called Granville Entertainment District of bars, clubs, restaurants, and nightlife. Here is where you can spend evenings and weekends in Vancouver.

If you want less clubs and drinking, Granville Street is also a center for culture in the city. There are dance and theater performances, as well as the Orpheum Theater, the hall for the Symphony Orchestra of Vancouver.

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Robson Street
Robson Street
#About Vancouver's Shopping Street

Like every major city, Vancouver also has an ultimate shopping street, a street that is the place to see and be seen. With a concentration of malls, shops and department stores, Robson Street is just like that.

This is Vancouver's main shopping street and the most active street in Downtown, an exciting street with a rich history, a busy place all day and in all weather, with locals and tourists.

During the holidays, Robson Street is illuminated and decorated and during the weekdays it is the ultimate shopping street. From cheap products to luxury items, Robson Street offers shops for every pocket and every price range. From fine and small designer shops to large, upscale shops, from local, cheaper and less expensive boutiques to super-branded supermarket chains and well-known international brands such as Zara, Tommy Hilfiger and Banana Republic.

Robson also has lots of local food, based on a variety of seafood and international cuisine. You will find a wide range of restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs.

Robson Street was named after the British Prime Minister of British Columbia in 1889-1892. Throughout the history of the city, there was this exciting and international street, the most important and central street in town.


The most successful shopping in Robson can be found in the section between Granville and Jervis Streets.

The many tourists will find many souvenir shops on Robson Street.

In the winter Robson Square has an ice skating rink.

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