With a culture as diverse as Vancouver’s, it’d be easy to suspect that those who know the city would all have a different perspective on how to best spend an hour downtown. Well, after asking for one-hour ideas in Vancouver on Twitter, it became obvious that there is a ton to do in just 60 minutes and more than a few people in Vancouver love Stanley Park, sushi and coffee.
Here are some of our favorite responses. See more by searching #onehourtips on Twitter.
Natalie @MyVancouver #onehourtips - walk along the seawall in Yaletown, check out the public art along the way!
Beyond 140 characters: Discover a guide to Vancouver’s public art here.
roseobregon @MyVancouver Husband says art gallery. RT @MyVancouver: You have one hour to fill and you're in downtown #Vancouver. What do you do... #onehourtips
Beyond 140 characters: Art gallery as in Vancouver Art Gallery.
LorienHenson @MyVancouver Grab a coffee/tea from a local shop and walk the seawall.
Beyond 140 characters: Here’s the scoop on the seawall.
pinkcb @MyVancouver 1 hour in downtown Van? Seawall or Granville would be first. Grab a coffee and sit at English Bay or power shop Granville.
Beyond 140 characters: Find a cup of Joe.
PAitken @MyVancouver I would go to Stanley Park #Vancouver
Beyond 140 characters: Everything you need to know about Stanley Park.
MikuRestaurant @MyVancouver - eat sushi, followed by a bike ride around Stanley Park :)
heybenson @MyVancouver all you can eat sushi! fill the hour and fill your tummy.
Beyond 140 characters: Search Vancouver’s Japanese restaurants.
hummingbird604 @MyVancouver I walk down to @VanGarden to walk through either the free or paid areas #Vancouver #onehourtips
Beyond 140 characters: @VanGarden is the Twitter handle for beautiful Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden.
BernicePaul @MyVancouver head over to the concourse at Waterfront Station and enjoy a picnic in the sun, overlooking our harbour.
Beyond 140 characters: Consider getting your picnic fixings at the amazing Granville Island Public Market.