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Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. It is located in the province of Ontario, and has borders with the city of Gatineau in Quebec. Its population makes it the fourth largest city in Canada. Founded in the early 19th century, the city is now the political and technological centre of Canada. Ottawa's name is derived from the native Algonquin word meaning "to trade", indicating that it was once used as a trading post. Travel Center provides the perfect holidays to Ottawa, whether you are a frequent traveller or on your first holiday in years. We make sure you travel in safety and in comfort, as we have partnered with world-class airlines to take you to Ottawa. Ottawa city has been ranked as having one of the best quality of life indices in the world, owing to its infrastructure, and strong economy. Ottawa is home to the Canadian Parliament and several other attractions. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Ottawa, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Ottawa with us and experience the capital city of Canada at its very best.

Holidays to Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada

Microtel Inn & Suites Casselman - £585 PP

Ottawa

Canada

5 Nights

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Holidays to Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel - £680 PP

Ottawa

Canada

5 Nights

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Holidays to Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Gatineau - £612 PP

Ottawa

Canada

5 Nights

Room Only

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Air Canada, United Airlines, American Airlines, US Airways, Delta Airlines

Languages

English, French

Best Time to Travel

April, October

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Car, Bicycle

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.05 CAD

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Parliament Hill

The Parliament Buildings, in all their magnificence of Victorian Gothic sedimentary, are quite a spectacular view on a 50-meter-tall hill looking out above the Ottawa River. The Parliamentary Library, at the rear of the structure facing the entrance, is an extremely embellished octagon that was unblemished in the 1916 fire.

Rideau Canal

The 200-kilometer-lengthy (but only 1.6-meter-deep) canal joins Ottawa with Kingston on Lake Ontario. During summer, the canal and locks are an energetic waterway, and during winter, the frozen canal becomes an enjoyment region for skating and festivals. Château Laurier is one of the magnificent construction on the canal banks.

National Gallery of Canada

Ultra-current and fashioned by Moshe Safdie, it’s a structural triumph with crystal-like glass towers that echo the borders of the close Parliament Buildings. The glass difference with the artificial gothic Château Laurier, yet the appeal still fixes well into Ottawa's landscape. Inside, galleries exhibit aboriginal art, and display temporary exhibitions.

Canadian War Museum

Situated alongside the Ottawa River, this current museum traverses Canada's military history between displays and relics on exhibit. It engulfs wars fought on Canadian land and others that Canadian groups took part in, plus battles among French and Iroquois people in the 16th century and the Canadian offering to the First and Second World Wars.

Lower Town

The city's forum, rests to the north of the Rideau Canal. The regions Byward Market has relished a radiant existence since 1846. During summer, fruit, flower, and vegetable booths in the roads increase the food stores in the chief market hall.

Upper Town

The modern Upper Town of Ottawa stretches under Parliament Hill and southwest of the Rideau Canal. The roads are outlaid in a checkerboard method. The most impressive structure of Upper Town is the Bank of Canada construction, built by the famous architect Arthur Erickson.

Dows Lake Pavilion

This has a stunning position, protruding out into and looking over the lake. This establishment has several distinct restaurants, plus an outdoor patio that is very famous during summer. The structure also looks out over the harbour where you could hire paddleboats, canoes, kayaks, or bikes. During winter, tourists could also hire skates and sleds.

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Telling in parts the story of Canadian civil and military navigations, this museum is at Rockcliffe Airport, on the northern border of town. Amid the aircrafts on exhibit are a model of the Silver Dart, combat planes from the First and Second World Wars, and some of the seaplanes.

Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum

A distinctive appeal situated outside of Ottawa. This is a huge underground center created to shield significant tasks of the Canadian government in the occasion of a nuclear war. It was constructed in the cold war, and currently is a museum open to the public.

Canadian Museum of Nature

This place takes tourists between the world of the dinosaurs all the way up to today’s animal inhabitants, and also presents touching temporary displays. It is the national natural sciences and history museum, and the ancient structure (once the Victoria Memorial Museum) is the birthplace of Canada's national museums.