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The leafy city of Langley is surrounded by lush green countryside, and many attractions in the area take advantage of the fresh air and rolling hills. From hiking to biking, there are many ways to enjoy the landscape of the area. The city itself is independent and keen to support its local traders, with many small businesses in the downtown area.

Things to see

Take to the fields of Krause Berry Farms and pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, or whatever is in season. You can also buy fresh, juicy fruit from the farm shop, as well as many gourmet foodstuffs including freshly baked pies, donuts, fudge, and hearty breads. Drop the kids off at the playground or petting zoo while you take a winery tour, sampling some of the fruity wines that are made right on the premises. Kids will also love the Greater Vancouver Zoo, where you can take a ride on the train and see animals relaxing in their enclosures which are set up to resemble their natural homes. Animal lovers will also enjoy the Thunderbird Show Park, a major equestrian center that hosts dozens of horse shows and tournaments, with thrilling rides taking place around the course. The neon-lit Cascades Casino offers a fun evening of entertainment, with various table games, slots, bars, and a restaurant on-site. You’ll also find plenty of excitement under the dome of Langley Event Center, where ice hockey and basketball games are watched by cheering spectators, with gigantic television screens ensuring you don’t miss a second of the action.

Hotels in Langley

Langley hotels are mainly 2 to 3 star properties, with lots of popular chain hotels in the neighborhood. These hotels often feature complimentary breakfasts, laundry facilities, safety deposit boxes, WiFi, and guest parking. You can expect your room to be clean and comfortable, with daily housekeeping, coffee makers, cable television, and clock radios. Those traveling with children might want to book one of the hotels that offers rollaway beds, in-room refrigerators, and microwaves. Some properties also have outdoor pools for keeping kids entertained.

Where to stay

Downtown Langley is full of charming, historic shop fronts, many of which house independent stores such as clothing boutiques, international cuisine, and take-outs. A lot of downtown is pedestrianized, with a busy calendar of seasonal events. The area also has plenty of green spaces such as Douglas Park, which has a permanent stage for live performances, and acres of well-maintained greenery. The area is host to many pleasant, leafy suburbs, and Walnut Grove is especially popular with families. Those with active children will enjoy the impressive modern Aquatic Center, and the Sportsplex with several ice and roller hockey rinks.

How to get to Langley

Vancouver International Airport is less than an hour’s drive away, and as a major airport it has several car rental desks, as well as taxis that can be booked in advance or picked up curbside. From the airport you can also take the Skytrain into Downtown Vancouver, which takes about half an hour, and then take the Greyhound to Langley which is about an hour’s journey. The Greyhound station is in the city center, and it’s easy to pick up local buses from this spot.