The capital of British
Columbia is also its largest island. This seaside enclave and
one-time British colony has retained much of its colonial splendour.
You'll also enjoy a temperate climate which makes it very convenient
for exploring many museums, parks, and golf courses.
Victoria is the sunniest spot
in the province, so taking a stroll through the 35-acre Butchart
Gardens is likely to be dry. Don't miss the historic Empress
Hotel for afternoon tea or the Parliament Buildings. It's also
home to rich diversity of cultures, Victoria elegantly blends
Pacific Rim influences with British charm.
character is deeply rooted in its 150-year history - a history
full of colourful people and fascinating tales. The city's British
colonial heritage is still very much in evidence, but contemporary
Victoria has a distinctly Pacific northwest flavour.