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This scenic patch of waterfront is the location of Victoria's many tourist attractions, recreational activities, restaurants and shopping. For a special treat, have afternoon tea at the grand Empress Hotel or board a ferry for a harbor tour.
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My husband and I treated ourselves to visit our cousin in Victoria over our American Thanksgiving weekend. It turned out to be our best visit yet! There was no need for a car as we strolled the Inner Harbor day and night.
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Victoria's Inner Harbour is a beauty and you can walk the entire harbour on the many walkways, past the Legislative buildings, the Empress Hotel and many more historic buildings on paths that feel like it's one hundred years ago. What a beautiful place to spend...More
Spent a portion of the evening, just walking the Victoria Seawall and enjoying the lights of the Inner Harbour and the buildings around the area. The Parliament Buildings are terrific along with the Fairmont Hotel and the other Hotels and businesses about the area. Even...More
Close to everything, much to see in all directions. The Ferry from the USA landing, sea plane tours, water taxi landing, Jet boat tours, across the street from the Empress Hotel, the Museum, and downtown for shopping and restaurants.
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Oak Bay hosts a market once a month on Wednesday evenings and Sidney hosts one also on Thursdays which can be googled also. Not related to your question but I wanted to share