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Cheap Flights to Ottawa, Canada from $52

Travelers from all over the globe come to Ottawa, the capital of Canada, to see its historical monuments and landmarks, take in its arts and culture, and take in its sights and sounds. Families and tourists of all ages will find enough to enjoy in Ottawa, which is acknowledged as a lovely city both during the day and at night.

Ottawa has more PhDs per capita than any other city in Canada, making it the brightest city. Scientists, engineers, and businesspeople working in the fields of health and life sciences, information and communication technologies, engineering, cleantech, gaming, and e-commerce are abundant in the city. It's the ideal location for experiencing local and national cultures. The historic buildings on Parliament Hill, the location of Canada's federal government, are open for free tours by guests. You may learn about Canadian history, art, military, aviation, science, and more at seven of the country's nine national museums.

Best Time to Visit Ottawa

The greatest times to visit Ottawa are from March to May and from September to November when the weather is lovely and there is a moderate number of tourists. There is plenty to do and see outside during these times. These months offer reasonable rates, making them a suitable choice for travelers on a limited budget. Fall is very attractive with its trees in shades of orange, yellow, and red, while spring is recognized for its many poutine events, including Sparks Street Poutine Fest and Ottawa Poutine Fest.

About Ottawa International Airport

It bears the names of the two "founding fathers of Canada" and notable Canadian leaders, Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir George-Étienne Cartier. Situated at the southern tip of the city, 5.5 nautical miles (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) south of the downtown area of Ottawa, this airport ranks ninth in Canada and second in Ontario for airline passenger traffic, with 2,992,334 people in 2022. (5) First Air had its headquarters at the airport.

The Canada Border Services Agency staffs it and Nav Canada classifies it as an airport of entry. It is one of eight Canadian airports equipped with border preclearance capabilities for the United States.

The Best Destinations To Visit in Ottawa

Check out the list of top attractions in Ottawa to help you organize the trip of a lifetime with Cheap Air Tickets.

  1. Parliament Hill- Top on the list of attractions in Ottawa is the stately Parliament building, which also houses the government of Canada. Constructed between 1859 and 1927, this political masterpiece consists of three towering buildings: the East Block, the West Block, and the Center Block. This famous location is well-known for its magnificent Gothic-style buildings. The Peace Tower's observation deck offers unparalleled 360-degree views of the city, making it an unforgettable experience. Visitors may enjoy free tours all year round, albeit the exact time of the tour varies according to the month they come.
  2. Rideau Canal-  The 200-kilometer Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage property, links Kingston and Ottawa. The Rideau Canal, which was constructed between 1826 and 1832, is unquestionably one of the most amazing sights to view in Ottawa in the winter. When the canal's water completely freezes, millions of people come to enjoy skating on the rink. The largest skating rink in the world, the gigantic urban skating rink along the Rideau Canal is a must-visit for a really amazing experience.
  3. Notre Dame Basilica- The Notre Dame Basilica is the biggest and oldest standing church in Ottawa. It is exquisitely decorated with arches and tiered galleries, and it has biblical texts etched on its stained glass windows. Constructed around the 1840s, this church is an outstanding illustration of Gothic Revival architecture and Canadian religious art.