Photo Credit:, British Columbia is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Canada. This naturally beautiful provides a number of outdoor activities ranging from hiking to water activities and so much more. MoneySense provided a list of the Best Places to Live in Canada and Victoria ranked high in the Walk/Bike to Work, Culture and Weather categories.

This part of Canada has all types of parks, plenty of museums, a number of great restaurants and so much more. With the water close by, plenty of fishing, cruising and water activities are found throughout the area. Victoria is also home to floating houses, which are very unique.

Since the city is close to Vancouver, residents enjoy even more recreational opportunities, along with professional sports teams. Vancouver is a short drive away and the combination of the two cities provides just about everything you could ask for out of a new home.

Victoria is a coastal city with great beaches, lighthouses and plenty of beautiful cliffs along the coast. If you love the ocean, this is the perfect city for your needs.

Provided you choose the right neighbourhood to call home, you will be very happy living here. Many neighbourhoods provide access to community parks, recreation centres and plenty of trails for walking, biking and hiking. If you love the outdoors, Victoria will provide everything you could imagine.

Commuting to work is one of the things people in Victoria don't like to do. This is why they live here. They can live close to where they work and either walk or bike to their place of employment. The downtown area and surrounding neighbourhoods make this a possibility.

Those seeking a beautiful city with plenty of recreation should choose to make Victoria home. The old-style charm, mixed with new attractions and culture, make this a top choice for your new home in Canada.

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