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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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We had a nice view of the waterfront from our hotel room, and it was beautiful at all hours. Not much to do at street level. The city is so built up with high rises now that the charmingly funky old Victoria is just a...More
If you are ever in Victoria, you must put aside some time to explore the Inner Harbour and surroundings. Try and make sure that you can also see this area at night to appreciate the beauty. There are also water taxis that you can use...More
We went there as part of the photography tour with Aaron Dowling to shoot the blue hour. Not disappointed. It is essentially a bay with marina. Many pleasure craft and boats were there. The Victoria information centre is also located facing this bay. In the...More
The lights at night around the inner harbor are wonderful - during the day, the comings and goings of the ship and boat traffic is exciting. Walking is easy, flat, and you can take a lot of time. Also, no hassling from street vendors or...More
We have visited Victoria many times and always try to stroll the inner harbor. There is some major restorative construction going on, which may detract from the serenity of the moment, however I am pleased that they are restoring a period building, not tearing it...More
Probably the centerpiece of Victoria. Very scenic and very quaint. It is fronted by several hotels including the iconic Empress and the The Grand. During the day it is very busy with all the boats and ferries plying its waters and a bit noisy, with...More
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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