Victoria<br />Capital of British Columbia<br />
3.65 millionvisitorsper year<br />Population: 80,000<br />It’sanimportanttourism<br />destination<br />Local economyobtain...
Howtoarrive?<br />
Victoria Downtown<br />Established in 1843<br />Thecityoffers a myriad of services and attractions<br />Passionforgardenin...
Chinatown<br /><ul><li>The 2nd. largest in America
In began in 1858
It was tentatively proposed as a World Heritage Site</li></li></ul><li>TheDunsmuiurFamily<br />Military Hospital<br />Vict...
Robert PimButchart and hiscementmanufacturer<br />1904   Hisfamiliyestablishedtheir home<br />JennieButchart<br />TheButc...
1908  Japanesegarden<br />and Italiangarden<br />1929  Rose garden<br />TheButchartGardens<br />
Whalewatching<br /><ul><li>Orcas (killer whales)
Gray whales
Humpback whales </li></li></ul><li>TheEmpress Hotel<br /><ul><li>Edwardianstyle
460 rooms
Luxuriosdecorationwithantiquefurniture
Afternoon tea (75,000 visitors)
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  1. 1. Victoria<br />Capital of British Columbia<br />
  2. 2. 3.65 millionvisitorsper year<br />Population: 80,000<br />It’sanimportanttourism<br />destination<br />Local economyobtains<br />more thanonebilliondollarbytourists<br />Temperateclimatewithmild and dampwinters (from 8.2 °C to 30 °C)<br />Important Data<br />
  3. 3. Howtoarrive?<br />
  4. 4. Victoria Downtown<br />Established in 1843<br />Thecityoffers a myriad of services and attractions<br />Passionforgardening<br />hangingflowerbaskets<br />Romanticcity Horse-drawncarriage<br />
  5. 5. Chinatown<br /><ul><li>The 2nd. largest in America
  6. 6. In began in 1858
  7. 7. It was tentatively proposed as a World Heritage Site</li></li></ul><li>TheDunsmuiurFamily<br />Military Hospital<br />Victoria College<br />CraigdarrochCastle<br />
  8. 8. Robert PimButchart and hiscementmanufacturer<br />1904  Hisfamiliyestablishedtheir home<br />JennieButchart<br />TheButchartGardens<br />
  9. 9. 1908  Japanesegarden<br />and Italiangarden<br />1929  Rose garden<br />TheButchartGardens<br />
  10. 10. Whalewatching<br /><ul><li>Orcas (killer whales)
  11. 11. Gray whales
  12. 12. Humpback whales </li></li></ul><li>TheEmpress Hotel<br /><ul><li>Edwardianstyle
  13. 13. 460 rooms
  14. 14. Luxuriosdecorationwithantiquefurniture
  15. 15. Afternoon tea (75,000 visitors)
  16. 16. Thewalls of the hotel containsstories of guests and employees</li></li></ul><li>TheParliament<br />
  17. 17. Royal British Columbia Museum<br /><ul><li>Ice age
  18. 18. Natural historygallery
  19. 19. History of British Columbia
  20. 20. Periodicexhibitions
  21. 21. Open Oceanexhibit
  22. 22. IMAX films</li></li></ul><li>Beacon Hill Park<br /><ul><li>Since 1882
  23. 23. 24.8 hectare
  24. 24. You can find:
  25. 25. Birds
  26. 26. Wildlife
  27. 27. Recreationalactivities
  28. 28. Fountains
  29. 29. Picnic areas
  30. 30. Cultural activities
  31. 31. Monuments</li></li></ul><li>
  32. 32. WaxMuseum<br />

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