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The weather in Ottawa
The above is a climate diagram for Ottawa. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Ottawa, with temperatures going under -14°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Ottawa - holiday lettings near culture and nature
Visit this fascinating, bilingual city, which is also the capital of Canada. A holiday letting in Ottawa sets you down near the heart of Canadian democracy on Parliament Hill and close to some of the nation's most beautiful nature scenery. Accomodation types available include stylish apartments and comfortable houses.
Art and culture in Canada's capital
Parliament Hill, situated in the Downtown neighbourhood, is the heart piece of Ottawa's cultural and political life. Enjoy the Gothic architecture of the parliament buildings and take in the panoramic views over the city and the river Ottawa. The government has recently started presenting a light show projected onto the Parliament buildings every evening, which details the history of Canada. The Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of History are just two of the other noteworthy cultural attractions in Downtown Ottawa.
Evenings in Ottawa
The city is home to a number of performance venues, such as the National Arts Centre which hosts music, theatre and dance performances. For a more local experience, try the Ottawa Little Theatre, which is a century-old community establishment. In terms of music, the city has a large emphasis on jazz and blues, particularly in the summer when the city organises the annual Ottawa Jazz Festival and Ottawa Bluesfest. The most popular drinking areas are Centretown and Wellington Avenue. There are plenty of bars and traditional style pubs here, where you can head for an evening drink after a day of sightseeing.
Getting out of Ottawa
A holiday rental in Ottawa is the perfect starting point to explore the surrounding area. Just 4km from the city, you will find Gatineau Park with its many hiking trails and lakes. Alternatively, a bit farther afield, the great city of Montreal, in Quebec beckons with its combination of French and Canadian cultures.
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