Victoria Shore Excursion: Castles and Neighborhoods Bike Tour

When you make port in Victoria, British Columbia, take a 2-hour cycling tour that explores the city’s atmospheric streets. Learn about the history of British Columbia’s capital as you pedal through neighborhoods like Fernwood, Chinatown and Cook Street Village; cruise along bike paths that wind through Beacon Hill and Moss Rock Parks; and visit the bustling Inner Harbour. Photograph famous attractions like Craigdarroch Castle, one of the tallest totem poles in the world and Victoria’s iconic architecture. This ride will show you why Victoria is one of the most livable and bike-friendly cities in Canada.
* Duration: 2 hours
* Starts: Victoria, Canada
* Trip Category: Shore Excursions >> Ports of Call Tours




When you make port in Victoria, British Columbia, take a 2-hour cycling tour that explores the city’s atmospheric streets. Learn about the history of British Columbia’s capital as you pedal through neighborhoods like Fernwood, Chinatown and Cook Street Village; cruise along bike paths that wind through Beacon Hill and Moss Rock Parks; and visit the bustling Inner Harbour. Photograph famous attractions like Craigdarroch Castle, one of the tallest totem poles in the world and Victoria’s iconic architecture. This ride will show you why Victoria is one of the most livable and bike-friendly cities in Canada.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Inner Harbour, Victoria, British Columbia Canada

This scenic patch of waterfront is the location of Victoria’s many tourist attractions, recreational activities, restaurants and shopping.

Stop At: Craigdarroch Castle, 1050 Joan Cres, Victoria, British Columbia V8S 3L5 Canada

Craigdarroch Castle in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is a historic, Victorian-era Scottish Baronial mansion

Stop At: Beacon Hill Park, 100 Cook St, Victoria, British Columbia V8V Canada

In Beacon Hill Park, you’ll see a totem pole that towers to an astonishing 127 feet and 7 inches (39 meters); when it was erected, in 1956, it was the tallest in the world.