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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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Even in the wet, the Inner Harbour is beautiful and worth touring by heel-n-toe. Coffee shops, boats, ships, bicycles, people... Canada is alive here. The BC Legislature, the Empress Hotel, Canadian history... it's also here... try a tour, then come back where you can hover...More
I walk the Inner Harbour on a daily basis early in the morning before the tourists and traffic converge on it. I love the serenity and if lucky enough I will see the occasional harbour seal or otters as the look for their breakfast. One...More
We stayed in Victoria for 4 days in Sept. 2019. The weather was beautiful, nice mild high teens to low 20's (deg.C)
The people were friendly and helpful. The Harbour is Beautiful. Great area to just walk, and easy to organize short excursions and tours....More
I stay at the Marriott so when I step out the door everything I want to do is within steps. There is always something going on - Labor Day Weekend there is a ship festival and a blues festival. Plus interesting shops and nice restaurants...More
A really good place for exploring and eating both during the day and in the evening. There are excellent facilities in the harbour area, and also a very good Toursit information office where staff are polite and helpful in providing information, advice leaflets and maps.
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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