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Ottawa 1-Day

Montreal Departure

Departure from Montreal

Ottawa 1 Day Tour

Enjoy a visit to our nation's capital city - Ottawa! This beautiful city was chosen to be our capital in 1857 by Queen Victoria, 10 years before Confederation because it was centrally located between Montreal and Toronto and was far enough away from the American border in case of any attack.  


  • Motor Coach Bus Transportation 
  • **on July 16 only** Entrance to the Canadian Museum of History 
  • Orientation walking and driving tour of Ottawa including Parliament Hill (English; guide is bilingual)
  • Free time for exploration
  • All taxes and tips included
  • Rideau Hall
  • Embassy Row and the Prime Minister's residence
  • Parliament Hill
  • Byward Market
  • The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
  • Rideau Canal


Welcome to Ottawa (2 hours from Montreal)!  We will drive along Embassy Row (Sussex Drive), past our Prime Minister's Residence, and begin with a visit to the beautiful grounds of Rideau Hall, the official residence of Canada's Governor-General.  

We will then cross the Ottawa River to Gatineau, Quebec, for a visit to the Canadian Museum of History.  More than 1,000 years of history are on display here!

After lunch, we will participate in an orientation driving and walking tour of downtown Ottawa.  Highlights include Parliament Hill, The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Rideau Canal, Majors Hill Park, and Byward Market. 

Time will be given for lunch, shopping, exploration, and dinner - you may even want to taste a Beaver Tail!

Departure at 09h00


    Trip Cost 123.45
    Additional Fees 15.02
    Insurance Cost 0.00
    Add-ons Cost 0.00
    Trip Total 300.20
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