It is the capital of British Columbia, Canada’s province in the West. Victoria climate is temperate with mild winters, and sunny warm summers. It is a dynamic city with Pacific Ocean Views. There is an abundance of green spaces and parks.
Oak Bay and Uplands
Oak Bay and Uplands is located in the East of Downtown Victoria. It personifies the historic charm of the Victoria. Eclectic Gallery, The Avenue Gallery, Winchester Galleries are in the picturesque streets of Victoria. There is also fine dining stops such as The Dining Room at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, London Esque pubs like the Penny Farthing, parks, beaches, and gardens. The prime real estate of the Oak Bay is Uplands area. It is designed by the famous architect John Olmsted. There is some requested luxury property in it which has schools, parks, cafes, unmatched ocean vistas in nearby amenities.
Beacon Hill is one of the most expensive areas of the Victoria. Fine dining restaurants, Beacon Hill Park, eclectic shops, and the Royal BC Museum is in the area. Beacon Hill Park is considered as the crowning jewel in Victoria. Due to the phenomenal views of the mountains and the ocean, everyone wants to live here. The real estate proper is less available for sale. It is like a bustling village. It has remarkable cultural attractions.
Fernwood is full of colors and home to many artists in Victoria. It is a residential neighborhood. At the village center heart, there is Fernwood Square. With seasonal markets and lively summer celebrations, Fernwood Square is a community gathering place. The unique shops, cozy eateries, and the exceptional theatrical productions at the Belfry Theatre attracts different residents to the village. There is also a Theatre Inconnu along with art and social activities. Many beautiful parks are present in this neighborhood. In its south, there is Stadacona Park. This park has well-established trees and garden beds. It hosts several tennis courts.
The most rapidly growing neighborhood of Victoria is its downtown. It has thriving culture, entertainment, and arts. It also has a variety of impressive shopping and dining choices and most importantly all these are at walking distance. Empress Hotel, Royal and McPherson Theatres, and the provincial Parliament Buildings are the celebrated landmarks of this neighborhood. It has green space along the waterfront. This green space includes Reeson Park and Cridge Park. The primary venue for events in the downtown is Centennial Square. It is situated near the historic City Hall of Victoria.
Internationally, Victoria is known as the City of Gardens. Fan Tan Alley, the narrowest street in Canada, is in Victoria. It also has the honor of having Chinatown which is the oldest neighborhood of Canada. It has been declared as one of the top fifteen friendly cities and the most romantic city in the world. The comprehensive collection of Asian art in Canada is in the Art Gallery of Victoria.