Bastion Square, Victoria BCIf you love shopping, downtown Victoria is a great place to go. There are many good choices for your day of shopping throughout the downtown area. Here are a few of the best areas in downtown to spend the day shopping.

Market Square - 560 Johnson Street

Whether you love to shop or you enjoy history, Market Square is the place to go for you. With over 45 shops carrying all kinds of goods from specialty teas to souvenir t-shirts, you'll find plenty of places for shopping. This is also a historic area and was created in the late 19th century. The three-level building used to be home to lumberjacks, whalers and sailors, but has changed over the years into a top shopping destination in Victoria.

The Bay Centre - 1150 Douglas Street

If you prefer a bit more of a modern shopping experience, The Bay Centre is the place for you. This shopping mall was created to look like some of the most historic buildings in the city. You will find plenty of boutiques and shops throughout the three-floor shopping mall. Make sure to enjoy the glass atrium and central fountain while you're at The Bay Centre.

Government Street/Trounce Alley/Bastion Square

The top British goods and specialty stores are found on Government Street. Trounce Alley is found in this part of the city with all kinds of smaller fashion boutiques and cafes. You will also find Bastion Square here, which provides plenty of great places to shop. If you enjoy local crafts and arts, this is the area for you.

All of these parts of downtown Victoria provide a great destination for a day of shopping. You will find a variety of shops throughout these areas and you can enjoy plenty of the best that Victoria has to offer.

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