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Avg temperature for this monthVancouver14.1 °CSource: World Weather Online
Average monthly rainfall inVancouver85.2 mmSource: World Weather Online
Average flight duration toVancouver9 hrs 41 mins
Foreign-exchange rate inVancouverC$1.00 = £0.54Source: Oanda
Airlines flying toVancouverAir Canada, Finnair and British Airways
Available deals toVancouver840
Advertisers with deals toVancouverCheap Ticket, Benz Travel and Air Travel Experts
Number of partners with deals toVancouver28
Lowest flight offer toVancouver£503
Avg flight offer toVancouver£784

Regularly voted as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Vancouver is a beautiful, inspiring and dynamic city with a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere.

August is a great time to take cheap flights to Vancouver due to the city hosting the annual Pacific National Exhibition, or “PNE”. It features outdoor concerts, art exhibitions, fairground rides and a vast array of food stalls. There’s also the Celebration of Light, a four-day firework extravaganza over English Bay. Countries from all over the world bring their firework experts to add to the fun, so hire out a boat and watch it all from the water in traditional Vancouver style.

The main part of Vancouver is referred to sometimes as the “city of glass” due to all its skyscrapers, but this area is surrounded by the waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay, and across these are lush forests and hills. The lakeside scenery from Stanley Park is particularly spectacular; there you can cycle along paths by the water, past displays of totem poles and greenery on your other side. The forests around the city are magnificent and some even feature suspension bridges over deep spectacular ravines, like the one at Lynn Canyon.

Many people get flights to Vancouver not just for the city, but also to drive up the Sea to Sky corridor just north of town. This area of stunning natural beauty includes Squamish, the so-called outdoor recreation capital of Canada, and Whistler, one of the world’s greatest ski resorts.

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 How much do things cost in Vancouver?

  • Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre): £1.08
  • Cappuccino: £2.15
  • One-way ticket (local transport): £1.49
  • Meal at McDonald's or similar: £4.34
  • Taxi - fixed fee: £1.79
  • A dozen eggs: £2.07
  • Large bottle of water: £1.27
  • Cheap meal: £6.84
  • Pack of Marlboro cigarettes: £5.43
  • Bottle of wine: £10.58
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