Travellers taking a trip to the lovely city of Vancouver will adore heading there to appreciate its stunning natural scenery. One of the best things to search out when visiting is the city’s cherry blossoms that appear as soon as the rainy season finishes. Tourists will notice that pretty flowers on trees are everywhere and they help to adorn a number of streets that offer beautiful pink and white blooms. There are thousands of locations across the city that are perfect for travellers to head to and admire these magnificent flowers. Tourists should make a note of these locations on their travel itinerary whenever they venture out for sight-seeing.
The Kitsilano and Point Grey area is ideal for finding some cherry blossoms in many places including West 22nd Avenue. Here the flowers are on trees that stretch for miles along eight blocks on this road from Arbutus Street to Carnarvon Street. Another spot to head to is along the Lower Mall near the Nitobe Gardens at the University of British Columbia campus. There is a stretch of trees from Vanier Place to University Boulevard that will excite travellers with its pretty floral scenery. There are a range of excellent Vancouver hotels boutique that are perfect for first-time and seasoned visitors that are heading to this lovely part of the world.
Tourists will adore L’Hermitage hotel Vancouver as it is completely perfect for first-time visitors who want to stay close to major attractions during a holiday. The largest living space offered by the residence is a two-bedroom signature suite, which has a marble bathroom, three plasma televisions, fireplace and fully-equipped kitchen. The property is found at the centre of the city and is close to many entertainment and shopping venues. The residence has a top business centre, fitness studio, outdoor heated saltwater pool, steam room and Jacuzzi. Tourists will really appreciate the on-site eaterie of L’Orangerie Dining Room and Lounge, which serves a delicious breakfast and also provides a brilliant afternoon tea.
Heading to Downtown Vancouver is also a wonderful idea as travellers will find many spots with beautiful cherry blossoms. The Burrard Street Skytrain Station is a good place to head to as it offers the Art Phillips Park that has a lovely canopy of blossoms. Granville Plaza is also a brilliant place to visit as found outside the West building entrance at Waterfront station is a group of trees with pink blossom, which also offers a gorgeous view of the North Shore. Pretty flowers can also be seen at English Bay and the roads surrounding Nelson Street.
In East Vancouver near Brentwood Town Centre there are five rows of cherry trees where Buchanan meets Rosser Street. On West 7th Avenue there is also a canopy of Kanzan trees that stretch seven blocks in the Fairview neighbourhood from Hemlock to Heather Street. A top place for tourists to head is the stunning Queen Elizabeth Park that has clusters of trees throughout the green space. Granville Island is a lovely place to visit that has several trees along the eastern edge at False Creek. There are also trees that appear on three blocks along the edge of Winona Park on Yukon Street between West 62nd and West 59th Avenue.