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The perfect way for a food lover to explore a city and its culture is through a food tasting, and C’est Bon Epicurean Adventures offers a perfect guided walking tour of Ottawa's best food. Explore the top food markets of the city like Wellington West, Chinatown, Preston Street, ByWard Market and lots more, by strolling along the streets and indulging your taste-buds in a culinary whirlwind affair. Choose from tours like the Chocolate Lover's Tour, the Spring Food Tour and many more. Tours are possible only with a minimum of five people, so invite your family or friends to enjoy a fun filled gourmet food tour.
Built between 1827 and 1832 without the aid of powered machinery, the Rideau Canal is one of Ottawa's oldest landmarks. The canal runs from the Ottawa River near Parliament Hill to Hog's Back Falls on the south end of the city. During the summer months, a wide range of vessels, including tour boats, glide along the waterway. Come winter, the canal is transformed into the "World's Longest Skating Rink" and is a hub of activity during Ottawa's Winterlude festival.
If you are looking for a way to make a noteworthy occasion all the more memorable, the Central Aviation Inc. has presented Ottawa an opportunity to experience the thrill and excitement of what flying was like in the 1930s, with a ride in an open-air vintage biplane! Daily flights take off from the Canada Aviation & Space Museum, with rides starting from CAD65 for an eight-minute tour and going up to CAD160 for a 35 minute special Eco-Tour. Feel the wind whip through your hair as you take in the spectacular breath-taking sights down below.