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Best Free Things To Do in Ottawa With Kids

Visiting Ottawa doesn’t have to cost a lot. If you are searching for free stuff to do in Ottawa and cheap ways to explore Canada’s Capital City without putting a strain on your travel budget, we have listed few ways to enjoy the best of Ottawa for free or on a low budget that includes free admission […]

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Guide to the Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada is one of the most bicycle friendly cities I know of. According to a study by the British firm Market Opinion Research International, Ottawa has more bicycle commuters than any other city in North America and is planning to double the number of bike paths! Ottawa has bike paths all over the place, for example along the Rideau canal. My all time favorite bike path is the South side of the Rideau River from the Hog's Back Falls to the Rideau Falls

The Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa, Canada The Ottawa tulip festival actually named the Canadian Tulip Festival is held for three weeks every May. It is the largest festival in the world Over these three weeks, as the tulip gardens come into bloom, concerts, lectures, and other performances – both indoor and out – are held as […]

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Visit 3 Museums in 3 Days for $35

Canada’s National Museums Passport

Experience Culture in the Capital – 3 Museums in 3 Days! As Canada’s capital, Ottawa has a substantial amount of history and culture that can captivate a new tourist or even the most experienced traveler.

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22 Things Tourists Should Never Do in Canada

Canadians might not be an easily offended bunch, but these 20+ things are guaranteed to rub us the wrong way. Here's what you can't say to a Canadian.

Canadians might not be an easily offended bunch, but these 20+ things are guaranteed to rub us the wrong way. Here’s what tourists should Never do in Canada. Don’t assume that Toronto is the capital city. Just because the only two cities you know are Toronto and Montreal, and sometimes Calgary, that doesn’t mean one […]

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