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16 of the most walkable cities in the world

Photos Logo Photos | Slide 1 of 16: Autumn Sunset at False Creek in Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver, Canada

The coastal city, considered to be the country’s cultural and culinary capital, is a walker’s paradise with its spectacular natural beauty that comprises mountains, beaches and public parks. 

Where to walk: Follow the picturesque promenade along the False Creek shoreline to Granville Island to explore the shops, cafes, and Public Market. Explore the world-famous Stanley Park that is located next to downtown Vancouver and boasts First Nation artwork and Lost Lagoon. You could also take a stroll across Lions Gate Bridge into North Vancouver for breathtaking views of the city. Burnaby Mountains, Deer Lake, Velodrome Trail are some of the other places popular among walkers.

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