Whether it be a hidden-gem cafe or a popular tourist destination, the show features so many places that you can visit for yourself in the city.
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So, why not create your very own FireflyLane self-guided tour and hit up a few of these local spots to pretend like you're a real character from the iconic Netflix series?
George Wainborn Park
This local park is the perfect spot to catch some greenery within the concrete jungle.
According to Netflix In Your Neighbourhood, a gazebo structure built in the park, specifically for the show, was "the setting for many life-changing moments and heartfelt conversations between Kate and Tully."
This little family-run bar in Gastown was featured in episode five of Firefly Lane. In the episode, Tully and Kate meet up at the Alibi Room.
The bar has a great beer selection, plus, an array of share plates like poutine and wings.
Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver
This boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver posed as one of the backdrops in the Netflix series. The hotel has a stunning pool with glass window views of the city.
The Vancouver Seawall is an iconic spot to check out in the city, for both locals and tourists. It's no wonder Tully and Max took a flirtatious walk alongside it in episode five.
This East Vancouver cafe and local hidden gem posed as Tully's mom's workplace in the series. It'd be hard to miss this cafe with its neon diner sign and retro vibes.