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Vancouver City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

  • Visit top Vancouver attractions in just one day of sightseeing
  • Explore Vancouver on your own itinerary over the course of 24 hours
  • Choose from three route options based on your interests
Vancouver City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
From US$30.25
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PARK Route Pass
PARK Route Pass valid for 24 Hours
From US$38.01
DUAL Route Pass valid for 24 Hours
From US$41.89
CITY Route Pass
CITY Route Pass valid for 24 Hours
From US$30.25
Choose a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour of Vancouver to see the city’s top sights such as Chinatown and Stanley Park on your own schedule. Let someone else handle driving and navigation while you take in views from a clear-top bus. You’ll learn about the city from an audio guide along the way, stopping to disembark and reboard at any of the must-see attractions along your selected route.
What to Expect
You pick the starting place for your hop-on hop-off tour from any of the stops along your selected route. Get off to explore and reboard at any stop along the way.

City Route
See the core of downtown Vancouver with 15 stops including Chinatown, Olympic Village, Yaletown, and Davie Street.

Park Route
Discover Vancouver’s urban oases on a tour of its parks, with 21 stops including Vanier Park, Gastown, English Bay Beach, and the Sports Districts. This tour also includes a one-way ferry ticket to Granville Island.

Dual Route
Combine both the City and Park route into a single comprehensive sightseeing journey that includes 29 stops.

All tickets are valid for 24 hours.
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1 - 5 of 79 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Full busses, long waits

Not a good experience I'm afraid. Busses tough to get onto as many are full. Seating very cramped. If I'd known it would be as bad as this would have simply taken a cab to Stanley Park. Way overpriced option - don't waste your money....More

1  Thank Peter W
Reviewed 2 days ago
Red Route

Be sure to go on the Red Route which takes in all the places of interest. Hop off at Gas Town and walk to the Ferry Terminal (plenty of eateries) and Hop on again to Stanley Park although you could walk it in 15 mins....More

1  Thank Fred A
Reviewed 3 days ago
Good for city overview

We only had one day post cruise in Vancouver before our evening flight so these two routes give a good overview of the city. As with many hop on/off bus tours round the world they get very busy at certain times especially early morning so...More

1  Thank PhilipLeic
Reviewed 4 days ago
hop on off bus

It was ok, nothing i couldn't have done on my own.. but if you need to get your bearings first , its a good idea

Thank Tina C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a good way to see the city. We had only one day in Vancouver, so were able to do both the city and park route getting off at the spots which were of most interest to us. Our driver, Christians Ferron, was knowledgeable...More

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Clark W
26 June 2018|
Response from Relaxandtravel200 | Reviewed this property |
If you do not get off, but just ride the bus, the city route takes about 90 minutes and the park route takes about 2 hours. They use city streets, so, it's a little slower during rush hour times. Those are the times they... More
Dawn P
26 June 2018|
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Response from Kwai Yin L | Reviewed this property |
You can consider taking the park route, just hop in and sit through the entire loop, then hop out at where you hopped in. It will take approximately 2.5 hours. Good to set aside some buffer time. Avoid hopping off at less... More
18 June 2018|
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Response from millsie58 | Reviewed this property |
24 hours frim when you get on. Drivers were not that interested in looking at tickets. Most time I didn’t even get mine out of bag