More About Victoria
Victoria has grown to become one of Vancouver's busiest cities not only because of its tourism appeal seen on the Inner Harbour, Fairmont Empress Hotel, and Legislature Building but also because of the city’s constant modernization.
This part of the metro is a beautiful, old-town-feel-inducing array of heritage buildings, shopping areas, waterfront paths, and warm-lit night streets. Tourists and locals throng its streets, where you can find fancy boutiques, sidewalk cafes, bars and pubs where happy hour seems to go on all night, and restaurants that offer alfresco-type of dining, perfect for a charming location and temperate average weather.
To live in Victoria is also a chance to become acquainted with a city drenched in culture and history, where the architecture and cuisine are imbued with British and Asian influences. It has several urban parks with green spaces, imposing neoclassical buildings that catch the eye, and museums that offer glimpses of the city's rich culture and history.
You'll find no shortage of properties in Victoria to suit all kinds of tastes and budgets. Upscale and economy homes are plentiful, where both residents and businessmen experience comfortable living with unlimited employment and entertainment opportunities.