Join the 7-Day Discovery tour to Maritime Provinces of Canada: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island.
- Riviere-du-Loup (Whale Watching)
- Peggy’s Cove
- Lobster Dinner (Optional)
- Giant Lobster
- Hopewell Rocks
- Saint John
- Covered Bridge
- Thousand Islands
- Maritime Provinces
Ottawa trips and tours
Ottawa and Canada travel guides
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Top hotels in Ottawa
Ottawa has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Arc The Hotel is a 4-star hotel that features a state-of-the-art gym and is located in downtown Ottawa. It is a 15-minute walk from Parliament Hill to the hotel.
Le Germain Hotel Ottawa provides a fitness center, bar and on-site dining in Ottawa, 400 metres from the Ottawa Convention Centre. The property is near many noted attractions, approximately 600...
Reflecting the confidence, dignity, and style of Ottawa, Fairmont Chateau Laurier stands as a testament to this dynamic and thriving city. Located in the heart of Canada’s capital, next door...
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Ottawa
The peak season for flights to Ottawa is January, February and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is April, May and November.
Ottawa is served by these airports: Ottawa/Macdonald-Cartier International Airport and Gatineau Airport. Direct flights to Ottawa are offered by 5 airlines .
Ottawa and Canada attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Ottawa and Canada.
Depart Toronto early in the morning and continue to Quebec City Capital where there are all European houses, stores, art galleries and French signs. Walk around, take photos or have a cup of coffee in the sidewalk café to discover the style of local life. After lunch, proceed to the hotel.
Depart from Quebec City to Fredericton; from the St Lawrence River entrance we will have the Whale Watching Tour (optional). Then we’ll make our way to New Brunswick’s capital town–Fredericton.
On the way, we will pass Hartland Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in the world with a length of 391 metres.
Continue our eastward voyage, we’ll arrive in Nova Scotia’s capital city-Halifax. Halifax, known as the largest population center in Atlantic Canada, was home to the early permanent European colonies, Citadel Hill, the largest British overseas fortification, and the Royal Canadian Navy’s main port.
Enjoy amazing coastal landscapes while savoring delicious fresh lobster on the Halifax cruise. We will then visit the Atlantic Maritime Museum (own cost) and the Canadian Immigration Museum at Pier 21.
Peggy’s Cove, a lovely fishing village southeast of Halifax renowned for its renowned Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, will be stopped later in the evening.
Get back to hotel after dinner.
Process for the smallest province in Canada – Edward Island Price. Charlottetown, the provincial capital, arrives and visits the novel’s famous birthplace – Anne of Green Gables. After the Red lobster lunch, camp fire will be on (depending on the weather report or instead of the BBQ).
Travel from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick on Canada’s longest bridge (13 km), visit all attractions such as Big Lobster, Fundy Bay and Magnetic Hill, then proceed to Fredericton.
In the morning, proceed to Montreal. On the way, we’re going to cross again Hartland Covered Bridge. Stop at nearby the renowned Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company (own expense) before continuing our trip to Montreal. Visit the renowned Montreal Tower (own expense) on arrival in Montreal.
After breakfast, we start our return voyage now. Ottawa, Canada’s capital, is our first stop of the day.
As we pass the Prime Minister’s and the Governor General’s homes, we arrive at Ottawa’s core, Parliament Hill-a must-see in Ottawa.
We’ll stop at the Canadian Museum of Civilization (own cost), one of Canada’s most visited museums, before continuing our evening trip to the Thousand Islands.
Do you understand that this region has developed and named the world-famous Thousand Island dressing? Take an optional cruise to enjoy the intriguing view of the river. After returning to Toronto at dusk, we will finish our trip.