Put on those walking shoes. Two Metro Vancouver cities were named as the most walkable places in Canada and we're seriously inspired to get our walk on right about now. Not only can you walk anywhere in these two cities, but their public transit is also some of the best and the views just can't be beaten. What more could you ask for?\nVancity has been awarded some seriously flashy titles lately. Most recently, two major Metro Vancouver cities were named in the top five most walkable places in all of Canada.\nAccording to the list released by Walk Score, Vancouver and Burnaby made the list, with the former coming in at number 1.\nWalk Score was able to determine the best of the best by analyzing cities with populations of 200,000 people or more.\nThe Remi Network states that cities where errands do not require a car scored 90 points or more. Any place with a score of 70 to 89 means that more errands can be done on foot while a score of 50 to 69 means that only some can be done without a car.\nWith a walk score of 80, Vancouver is incredibly walkable and has a level of convenience that allows people to accomplish the most on foot.\nView this post on Instagram A hub for tech giants, the epicenter of Asian business in Canada, and the walkable, breathtaking views in every direction make Vancouver one of those cities business travelers love to hear as their next destination. From the best skiing to menus sourced from local waters, where do you #bleisure in Vancouver? . . . . #vancouver #vancouverisland #vancouverwashington #vancouverfoodie #vancouverblogger #vanlife #vancouvereats #vancouverlife #travelvancouver #vancouverbloggers #mycwt #wouldyouroomit #businesstravel #businesstraveller #roadwarrior #layover #worktrip #travel #businesstraveler A post shared by RoomIt by CWT (@roomitbycwt) on Feb 10, 2020 at 8:09am PST\nThe most walkable area is the downtown core with a score of 97. Following closely behind is the West End, Fairview, Mount Pleasant, and Strathcona in that order.\nThe data released by Walk Score explains that the city's population can walk for five minutes and hit up an average of five restaurants, bars, and coffee shops.\nWe consider that a massive win.\nBut if you’re not in the mood for walking, no worries — Vancouver also boasts some excellent public transit.\nWith about 55 bus lines, two rails, three subways, and one ferry line, Walk Score has given Vancouver transit a score of 74.\nLast year, TransLink BC was even named one of the best North American transit systems and beat out many of its other Canadian competitors.\nWhile Vancouver was ranked as having a great public bike system, the city has also been mentioned as having some of the most bike-related accidents in the world.\nIn the complete top five list, Burnaby was also mentioned at number four.\nWith a score of 60, Metro Vancouver is considered to be “somewhat walkable.”\nView this post on Instagram There is nothing like an evening stroll, breathing in fresh air, to make you whole. Instagram: @SteveAtwal . [#OlympusCamera E-M5 II #PanasonicLens 25mm F1.7] . [#RelaxToBeauty #AutumnLovers #AutumnVibes #Forests #GreenTrees #Treescapes #NaturePhotography #BeautifulBritishColumbia #TourismBurnaby #FineEyeMagazine #Nature_Brilliance #ComeWander #DiscoverBC #EscapeVancouver #ExploreBC #ImagesOfCanada #LetsGoSomewhere #OptOutside #LonelyPlanet #NaturePorn #NatureHippys #AlwaysGo #AdventureThatIsLife #EarthExperience #EarthDiscoveries #Outside_Projects #GetOlympus] A post shared by Steve Atwal (@steveatwal) on Nov 11, 2019 at 4:13pm PST\nUnlike Vancouver, if you walk for five minutes in Burnaby, you will only hit an average of one coffee shop, bar, or restaurant.\nBurnaby’s public transit score beat out the walking total with a score of 67 so you may want to stick to taking the bus.\nThe top five list has Montreal and Toronto sitting at the second and third spots. At number five is the city of Longueuil with a score of 54.\nThe Remi Network explains that the most car-dependant cities are Markham and Vaughan in Ontario which were ranked with a score of 35.