IMGS 2015 - Vancouver

Majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, temperate rainforests and a glistening cityscape: welcome to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Consistently ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world, it will not take you long to find out why. Ride a bike along the 22 km seawall, explore the endless culinary delights, admire local artists on Granville Island or visit its buzzing Public Market, paddle board in False Creek, visit North America’s third largest China Town, taste the local beers at the microbreweries, hike the local mountains for breathtaking panoramas of the Cityscape, or relax on one of the City beaches. This City caters to every taste. For more suggestions, visit the Tourism Vancouver website (

Getting around – Find out why downtown Vancouver is considered one of North America’s most walkable City – safe, clean and brimming with restaurants, cafes and shops, the best way to explore the City is on foot! You can also rent a bicycle or try out the excellent public transit network (

Climate – July is one of the warmest months of the year, with average daily temperatures of 18 ° C (64 ° F). Although July is also the driest month of the year, that means little in the City they call ‘Raincouver’. Come prepared.


Not sure where to start, or prefer to explore the City with fellow delegates? Join us as on our walking tours to some of the City’s most exciting areas, or come along for an early run along Vancouver’s beautiful seawall and on to world-famous Stanley Park.

Prefer to explore on your own? We also provide a range of self-guided walking tours.

Check back for details and schedules in June 2015.