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Brockton Point

Brockton Point is the easternmost peninsula of Vancouver’s Stanley Park and is best known for the good views it offers of the downtown area with its skyscrapers, and the Burrard Inlet ranging from North Vancouver and the Lions Gate Bridge to Coal Harbour. Since there are also several important shipping lanes passing through the inlet, Brockton Point is a favorite among ship spotters for watching big freight vessels heading to and from the port with goods piled high.

The peninsula encompasses several of the park’s well-known landmarks, such as the 9 O’Clock Gun, an old naval cannon that fires a shot every evening at nine; a colorful totem pole display, British Columbia’s most-visited tourist attraction; and a century-old lighthouse. The Brockton Point Lighthouse features a prominent red and white tower, which was built in 1914 after numerous shipwrecks on the treacherous shores of Stanley Park and, in more recent years, has become a favorite among photographers.

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Hop-on hop-off tour door de stad Vancouver

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Maak met deze hop-on hop-off tour kennis met de bruisende stad Vancouver aan boord van een open bus. Met de optie van een sightseeingpas voor 48 of 24 uur kunt ...  Meer info

  • Locatie: Vancouver, Canada
  • Duur: 90 minuten
  • Taal: Engels
Van USD 31,25