Ottawa dating arena – the places of interest for the girls of the Canadian capital

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The modern capital of Canada, Ottawa, never had the fame of "tourist Mecca", however, the city never chased it. A neat city that cares about order and ecology is unlikely to attract fans of the all-inclusive system, but fans of sports, art, culture, dating and natural beauties will not be indifferent to the local opportunities. In the municipality over 1000 parks, hundreds of masterpieces of world sculpture and painting are exhibited in the National Art Gallery, including immortal works by Dali, Warhol, Monet, Picasso. Those Otawa dating enthusiasts who do not imagine themselves without sports are flocking not only at numerous venues, but also at the unique Canadian Ski Museum.

Ottawa girl with flowers from a date

Some facts to understand the Ottawa dating culture

It is worth coming here for some fun dating in winter to the International Hockey Festival and the world-famous fairy tale "Winterlude," in spring – for the holiday of His Majesty the Tulip, in the summer – to show to your Ottawa woman various tribes of Indians walking around the city center, and in autumn – simply because this is the best time to visit Ottawa.

A modest hostel in the very center or closer to the outskirts, a solid hotel in the immediate vicinity of the airport, a separate house for a large family – this is a far from complete list of accommodation options in Ottawa. Apartments and houses for rent here offer the most: the former cost 100 CAD, the latter – 156 CAD per day. Motels, hotels 3 * and hostels are also popular. But there are no "fives" at all, so you need to exercise prudence when on a dating tour in the Canadian capital.

The highlight of the city, Ottawa Jail Hostel, occupies the building of the old prison, and the rooms here look like prison cells. Bad news: there are extra fees for tourists who are not members of the Hostelling International program.

Ottawa is attractive to shopaholics of all stripes, it should be noted that Canada girls just adore this spirit-uplifiting activity. Those who do not think about their wardrobe without high-profile brands will pay tribute to the local assortment of boutiques and the size of shopping centers. And someone who is crazy about handmade trinkets will not leave without a purchase from local markets.

Start with Sparks Street, where there are shopping centers – 240 Sparks and C.D. Howe Building (240 Sparks St.). Then walk along Banks Street. And then you can take a taxi and go for shoes, jewelry, accessories at the Bayshore Shopping Center.

 

Ottawa girls adore the local crafts, architecture and cuisine

In addition to brand trophies, it is worth bringing home "dream catchers" and other Indian crafts, beaver figures – a symbol of Canada, the famous maple syrup and the equally famous Ice Wine, the uniform of the national hockey team and other things with maple leaves.

Ottawa dating cuisine offers great lobsters and beef in maple syrup. Also, locals recommend "brocette fillet" – tender meat mixed with champignons and onions on a spit.

A girl in Ottawa going on a date

Ottawa's calling card – the treat "beaver tails," sometimes they are called bearish – are layered cakes with a sweet filling. Craft beer is brewed in private breweries.

Examples of Gothic and Neo-Gothic architecture are beautiful – Parliament Hill and the Basilica of Our Lady. The first is a whole ensemble of several blocks decorated with slender towers, on which intricate figures from stone are carved. The World Tower is considered the most famous, its main treasure is a carillon (mechanical device) of 53 bells, they can be heard daily. The basilica is crowned with a gilded statue of Madonna. Inside the building is a collection of beauties in the form of stained glass windows, figures of saints, a gilded altar and a phenomenal organ of 4745 pipes, whose music will make you a happy Ottawa dater when you bring the lady of your dreams to this place.

A calmer architecture is demonstrated by the Rideau Hall mansion, which used to be the residence of Elizabeth II herself. At Parliament Hill and Rideau Hall you can see a change of the guards in traditional red uniforms and oblique hats.

 

Ottawa women on a date at Village Complex and Watsons Mill

Tourists unanimously give the title of the most original attraction to the Upper Canada Village complex. This is a whole village with picturesque meadows, forests and reservoirs, where time has frozen at the mark of "1870th year":

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wooden buildings and crafts of that period are collected here, mini-trains and horse crews run around, flour mills bake real bread and make incredible cheese, a true Ottawa dating bonanza.

You can look at the flour mill at the Watsons Mill – they say that a ghost who hates single Canadian men and women alike lives here. Here you can stock up on recipes or ready-made dishes of rural cuisine, see intricate village buildings.

In terms of the number of museums, Ottawa surpasses all other Canadian cities. The most famous of them is the National Art Gallery, which contains the richest collection of paintings and sculptures not only by Canadian artists, but also by famous European masters. The exhibition has paintings by El Greco, Cranach, Picasso, Leger and many others whom Ottawa girls adore a lot.

Festive Canadian events – must-go-to festivals when dating Ottawa girls

The biggest event in Canada – the traditional Tulip Festival is celebrated in May. The love of these flowers in the hearts of local residents back in 1945 was "sown" by the royal family of the Netherlands, who sent bulbs of plants as a gift for their salvation during the fascist occupation. During the days of the festival, Ottawa's largest parks are full of colorful flower beds with tulips, and many cultural events are held, so it can be said that Ottawa dating arena is one of the most vibrant in the whole country.

In the summer the sounds of chamber music, blues and jazz spread over the city – music festivals are held during June-August. At the beginning of June there are Ottawa Open Days, when institutions closed at other times become available to visitors, in the middle of the month they celebrate the feast of Pau-wau devoted to the local Indian tribes. In the summer months, the Lac-Limi casino organizes a fireworks festival Ottawa women are fond of, and the beginning of autumn is celebrated with a balloon festival.