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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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On a sunny, warm day, there is nothing more fun and relaxing as spending time just sitting on a bench overlooking the water, and eating an ice-cream cone or some fish and chips -- we love the Inner Harbour!
The Inner Harbour has a unique feeling and really lets you feel you're traveling to a special area. There is a mix of being on the ocean and old world British. I so love this area and think it is worth staying in the Inner...More
The inner harbor is a must see when in Victoria.You can sit and watch the water,boats,people,various artists with their wares.It is just a very relaxing place to visit.The Empress is across the street,as well as Imax and the parliament buildings.Just a lot to see wih...More
This harbour is one of the prettiest places in Canada!!! It is a busy working harbour. There are ferry tug boats to move you around d the harbour for a different view. I have travelled lots and never found a harbours as lovely as this...More
Loved being so close to the Inner Harbour in this beautiful city. Flowers everywhere even hanging from light posts on every corner. Took ferry from Vancouver right into Inner a Harbour and hotel was within walking distance. Great restaurants everywhere and pubs to enjoy fresh...More
Took the ferry from Seattle to Victoria, and spent the night there, returning by ferry the next day. We visited Butchart Gardens while we were there and were really wowed by the beauty of the sunken garden, and the Japanese garden, in particular. The city...More
The view from the inner harbour has the provincial capital buildings, the Empress and all the hustle of the harbour to boast. It is easy to have a great visit to Victoria and never get farther away than 100 meters from the harbour. Lots of...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