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Flights to Victoria, Canada

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Book flights to Victoria

Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria is known for its beautiful natural scenery, with abundant parkland and gardens, most notably Butchart Gardens, a 55-acre display of flowers, statuary, water features, and a carousel. The city also has a deep and storied past, reflected in its Victorian-era architecture, like the grand Craigdarroch Castle. Victoria is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts, history lovers and anyone who enjoys outstanding scenery!

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Airports near Victoria

Planning a trip to Victoria? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Victoria.

Victoria International Airport

This is the closest and most convenient airport for travellers visiting Victoria. It is located approximately 22 kilometres north of downtown Victoria and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.

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Vancouver International Airport

If you are unable to find a direct flight to Victoria, Vancouver International Airport is a great alternative. It is located in Richmond, British Columbia, about 70 kilometres north of Victoria. From Vancouver, you can either take a connecting flight to Victoria or choose other transportation options like ferries or seaplanes.

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

For travellers coming from the United States or other international destinations, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is another option. It is located in Seattle, Washington, approximately 170 kilometres south of Victoria. From Seattle, you can take a ferry or a seaplane to reach Victoria.

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Nanaimo Airport

If you prefer a smaller airport, Nanaimo Airport is a good choice. It is located in Cassidy, British Columbia, about 110 kilometres north of Victoria. From Nanaimo, you can either rent a car or take a shuttle service to reach Victoria.

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Things to do in Victoria

Exploring Victoria's many attractions can be overwhelming, so we've handpicked our top 3:

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Butchart Gardens

This world-famous destination is a must-see for any visitor to Victoria. The gardens are spread over 55 acres and feature a variety of floral displays, from the Sunken Garden to the Japanese Garden. There are also water features, a carousel, and a variety of restaurants on site. The Butchart Gardens are a great place to spend a day wandering around and enjoying the beautiful scenery.

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Inner Harbour

Victoria's Inner Harbour is a beautiful and lively area that is home to a number of attractions, including the Victoria Public Market, the Royal British Columbia Museum, and the BC Parliament Buildings. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of activities in the Inner Harbour, such as whale watching, harbour cruises, and kayaking. The Inner Harbour is a great place to relax and take in the sights and sounds of Victoria.

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Royal British Columbia Museum

The Royal British Columbia Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of British Columbia. The museum has a variety of exhibits on natural history, First Nations culture, and colonial history. Visitors can also see a collection of totem poles, which are tall wooden sculptures that were created by First Nations people. The Royal British Columbia Museum is a great place to spend a few hours learning about Victoria and the surrounding area.

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