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Gateway to one of the world’s most liveable cities, Vancouver Airport welcomes over 20 million passengers each year and has won Skytrax’s best North American Award for six consecutive years. As Canada's second busiest airstrip, Vancouver International saw the safe passage of over 257,000 tonnes of cargo in 2014. In addition to this, the airport houses two enormous aquariums, one 114,00 litre marine tank and one 1,800 litre jellyfish aquarium.
Renting a car at Vancouver Airport through DriveNow is quick and easy. We work with rental brands such as Avis, Hertz, Budget, Enterprise and Europcar to publish their best rates in one simple to read screen and all in Canadian dollars so you know exactly what’ll you pay on pick up.
At DriveNow there are no booking or hidden administration charges to trip you up. You pay what you book – the only additions are optional extras you choose to take out when collecting your hire car on arrival into Vancouver airport.
Picking up your rental car at Vancouver airport is supremely easy. You’ll find DriveNow’s partners located in the Vancouver Airport Car Rental centre located on the ground floor in the “Parkade” opposite the terminal building. Enterprise are the exception with off airport facilities, however a regular shuffle bus operates from the car rental bus shelter in the Parkade with a direct dial phone.
Travellers to Vancouver needn't worry that they'll be bored during their visit. The city is full of fascinating, one-of-a-kind attractions, that will leave you wishing you only had more time to see it all. .
Good food, the great outdoors and a thriving art scene are just some of the reasons a trip to Vancouver should be at the top of your to-do list. With a population of just over 600,000, Vancouver is Canada's eighth-largest city. Like many of the metropolises in this part of the world, Canada is renowned for its cultural diversity. The resultant melting pot means that visitors will find no shortage of unique activities. .
Particularly interesting is the city's film scene, which extends to more than just a movie-loving audience. Outside of New York and Los Angeles, Vancouver is the largest filmmaking city in North America. Hop onto a plane and rent a car at Vancouver International Airport so you can experience the exciting aspects of this city for yourself. .
The Museum of Anthropology is one such place. Only 20 minutes from the airport, this museum houses a range of exhibitions, showcasing cultures from all over the world. Open Wednesday - Sunday from 10am to 5pm with a late night on Tuesdays, visitors can peruse exhibitions of Portuguese art, Nairobi photography and even tattoo history. .
Another must-see sight is the Granville Island Public Market, which truly exemplifies the city's love of craft and cuisine. Whether it's fresh seafood, meat and produce, or exquisite handmade jewellery, you'll find it at one of the many speciality vendors here. .
The Vancouver Aquarium is also not to be missed. This non-profit organisation aims to increase conservation efforts by connecting people with nature. Highlights include Penguin Point, where you can get up close with African penguins, and witness dolphin training sessions.