Ottawa is an extremely accessible city. Choose your ideal mode of transportation, and we'll help you the rest of the way:
CAR: Taking a road trip? Click here for the best info on where we're located and how to get here by car.
TRAIN: Relaxing and enjoyable, the train is a fantastic way to travel. Find out more and check available tickets here.
BUS: Several convenient coach lines make riding into town by bus a breeze.
AIRPLANE: Ottawa's International Airport is convenient, quick, and a very simple drive or cab away from downtown.
Once you're in Ottawa, getting around town is half the fun. Ottawa makes it easy to cruise, stroll and ride your way through our sites.
WALK: The National Capital is a welcoming and walkable city; it'll definitely be one of the most picturesque strolls you've had in a while.
BIKE: Ottawa bike paths and culture are second to none. With a gorgeous netowrk of pathways winding through the city's greenery, Ottawa is a cyclists dream.
CAR: With a perfect balance of major thoroughfares, scenic parkways, and minimal traffic, driving in Ottawa is a true pleasure.
TAXI: One of Ottawa's many taxi providers will be pleased to get you to your destination in comfort.
BUS: Ottawa's OC Transpo local bus service is a simple way to get around, on dedicated transitways and fast lanes to avoid traffic.
TOURS & SIGHTSEEING: Ride a double decker or take a boat cruise and see the city in luxury!
December 11 - 15, 2013
Théâtre du Casino du Lac-Leamy
December 28, 2013 - January 1, 2014
December 31, 2013
View our Ottawa Visitor Guide online to plan your stay in Canada’s Capital region.
The Ottawa International Writers Festival will host nearly 50 writers over 20 days before and after the festival.
The 2013 Canadian Open will be held at the Palais des congrès in Gatineau, Québec from March 22-23.
Ottawa's Maple Sugar Festival features entertainment for the whole family and allows guests to explore the culinary world of maple syrup.
The 2013 Ottawa Gatineau Auto Show, March 21-24, will feature more than 250 vehicles and various contests and prizes.
Visitors can expand their beer knowledge and treat their taste buds at Ottawa's many local breweries.
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