David Foster Way
The Inner Harbour offers something for people of all ages for all sorts of entertainment.
Victoria Inner Harbour - 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.
“They have great gluten free options, pastries as well as salads, and soups. ”
Point of Interest
“Victoria is bike-friendly, easily walk-able and has exceptional bus system. Bus # 14 stops half a block away and goes downtown, and to UVic. BIke and scooter rentals are readily available.”
“Walk the path and find a stairway and meet the ocean. Stare at seagulls while they stare back. Walk along old sun-bleached driftwood and throw rocks into the surf. Now you are one of us. ”
“Check out what's playing at the Vic Theatre! This unique cinema is just beside the Empress Hotel, just a ten minute walk from Burgundy House. It shows an eclectic variety of movies - foreign, latest releases, you name it, and you can buy a glass of wine to go with your great popcorn! Very friendly staff and volunteers, all into the latest when it comes to the art scene. ”
“Best Americano if you like a rich and robust coffee. Located on Fisgard St. in the heart of Chinatown, this place is a local fav that buzzes all morning long. It's a long, narrow venue so be prepared to kindly dodge a few hot beverages on your way to the line up. They roast beans onsite; offer delicious locally baked goodies and savory lunch options. My fav is a triple shot Americano, black. Fav treat is the quinoa chocolate muffin. Grab your coffee and wander the block to enter Fan Tan Alley. This tiny alley is a landmark must see. Filled with an assortment of quirky & cool shops, including a Dr. Marten shoe; Ice Cream & more.”