Spring is a glorious time in Canada’s capital, as the city’s urban landscape is blanketed with colourful blooms and the Canadian Tulip Festival offers…
Looking for a little inspiration while planning your trip to Ottawa? No matter the season or the length of your stay, we have an itinerary to get you started! Whether you are an outdoor adventurer, a culture vulture, a foodie or a family traveller, there is an itinerary that will help make the most of your next visit to Canada’s capital.
Family Day Weekend: an Ottawa Itinerary
Keep kids entertained in Ottawa Family Day weekend! Find many free outdoor activities, sports, dining options, museums, and animal attractions.
Winter itinerary for outdoor enthusiasts and sports fans
Love watching sports and being active outdoors in winter? Watch professional hockey, do some epic skating or skiing, and warm up in sports bars.
A holiday season getaway to Ottawa
With Christmas lights, free events, great shopping and tasty treats, it’s easy to plan the ultimate holiday season trip to Canada’s capital this year!
Girl’s getaway in Ottawa: a fall 2022 itinerary
Fall is the perfect time to get away, especially if it’s with your girlfriends. Looking for a girl's getaway itinerary that has something for everyone in your group?
Thanksgiving long weekend fun in Ottawa: a 2022 itinerary
This Thanksgiving weekend, soak up autumn colours and keep the kids entertained with outdoor activities, indoor attractions, and great tours in the Ottawa region !
Romance in Ottawa: a summer 2021 itinerary
Reconnect with your partner this summer with an easy getaway or staycation including spas, cruises, food, outdoor activities and beautiful sights in Ottawa.
A summer getaway to Osgoode, Metcalfe, and Greely
Plan your next weekend getaway to Ottawa’s rural communities, starting with Osgoode, just 30 minutes south of Ottawa!
Outdoor activities in Ottawa: a summer 2021 itinerary
Between high-adrenaline adventures and leisurely-paced experiences, you can spend your entire summer getaway or staycation outdoors in Canada’s capital.