Ottawa Highlights 3 Hour Bike Tour

Tours & Sightseeing in Ottawa

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from$69.25
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Tour description provided by Viator

Discover Ottawa's major attractions, must-see spots and hidden gems on this guided, 3-3.5 hour bike tour which is about 20-24 kilometers (13-15 miles) on 95% safe bicycle paths. Cycle through Rideau Canal and Lansdowne Park, Old Ottawa South neighbourhood, Arboretum, Dow's Lake/Little Italy, War Museum, and much more. The tour includes a stop for lunch or a snack at a local cafe. It's ideal for families, visitors with limited time or those who want to discover beyond Downtown core.
Take a bike ride to see Ottawa's must-see spots and hidden gems in only 3-3.5 hours and on 95% safe bicycle paths.  Bicycling along the canal pathway, hear the history of the canal, then make a short detour visit to Lansdowne park and the Glebe (neighborhood). Pass by some of the Locks and Carleton University. and visit beautiful Hog'sBack Falls. Continuing along the Rideau Canal, visit the spectacular Arboretum, Fletcher Wild Life Garden, and the Experimental Farm, and see the Canada Food and Agriculture Museum, too. After a 30-minute lunch/snack stop  in trendy Little Italy and Dow's Lake, take a short ride along the beautiful Ottawa River pathway. Bicycling back along Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway to Downtown Ottawa, see even more of the city’s attractions, including the War Museum. Take a detour to the province of Quebec for a spectacular downtown view. While cycling back to the starting point, see the National Gallery of Canada, Rideau Hall, Rideau Falls, Byword Market, and Parliament Hill.This tour is ideal for families, visitors with limited time and those who want to discover beyond Downtown core.

What’s included

  • Bicycle
  • Helmet
  • Local tour guide (in English, French, German, and Spanish)
  • Water bottle
  • Power Bar

What’s not included

  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Gratuities

Highlights

  • All necessary equipment included
  • Ideal choice for families
  • Led by a local guide
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