Ottawa is one of the favorite tourist spots in Canada and there is always tons of cool things to do in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Ottawa is also proudly the fourth largest city in Canada and a multicultural city that is highly rated for its diverse population and livability.
Ottawa is a beautiful city, boasting many locals that have oodles of musical talents. If you enjoy listening to great music, plan your holiday during the Jazz Festival and Folk Festival. These two genres of music are a big draw for travelers to the city.
If sports is your thing, Ottawa has a wonderful marathon in which to participate. You could also get involved in other sports such as golf. Visit the Ottawa Park with your traveling companion or companions and swing it out at their gracious 18-hole golf course.
Ottawa is rich in various types of artifacts. Have a look at the different fossils and geological curiosities that are housed in The Canadian Museum Of Nature. If you are interested in things related to war, go over to the Diefenbunker, which is Canada’s premiere Cold War Museum.
Ottawa has a humid continental climate. Summers are warm and humid. The average July maximum temperature is 26.5 °C (80 °F). Winters can be very cold: the average January minimum temperature is −14.8 °C (5.4 °F).
Plan your trip in September if you wish to attend the Folk Festival, or June if you are attending the Jazz Festival. If you wish to run in the marathon, where the proceeds go to charity, it is organized in May annually.
A peak season for tourists to come to Ottawa is between May and October. This is the period when most of their music festivals and carnivals are held. Their low peak tourist season is between November and January. Travelers on a budget can win great savings on accommodations during this wintry period.
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