The Welcoming West Coast

Moving to a new city can feel lonely, especially if you’re trying to meet new people. When locals are welcoming and eager to help visitors navigate the streets, it can make all the difference. Whether you’re a longtime resident, a new transplant, or a tourist, most can agree that Vancouver is a welcoming city. Thankfully, we’re not the only ones who have noticed this: this year, Vancouver ranked first on Big 7’s list of the 50 Friendliest Cities in the World!

 

The Ideal Lifestyle

There’s no shortage of smiling faces in Vancouver – maybe thanks to the stunning mountains that surround our oceanside city. The West Coast, after all, is known for its active and inclusive lifestyle, which means we take advantage of every opportunity to get outdoors.

 

Vancouverites embrace outdoor activities year-round, whether it means heading to the beach on a sunny weekend or one of the nearby mountains in the winter. It’s not unusual to find that biking, walking, or running around the seawall earns you a friendly wave and “hello” from a passing stranger…even if it isn’t the sunniest day. 

 

Every Day Offers Something New

Sure, Vancouver may not be the biggest city, but its diverse and multicultural populace means there’s truly something for everyone here. Each neighbourhood has a unique community and a welcoming vibe, no matter who you are or where you’re from. From restaurant recommendations to hiking tips, you’ll be hard-pressed to ever truly feel lonely in the city.

 

Find Your Havn

Vancouver’s recognition as the world’s friendliest city means that there’s no doubt that the Canadian stereotype of being inclusive and cheerful is accurate. If you’re looking to make a move to the world’s friendliest city, check out our listings now. Contact one of our expert REALTORS® to help you find your dream home in Vancouver!

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