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A lively neighborhood known for its vibrant mix of restaurants, shops, and street vendors, offering a diverse range of cultural experiences.
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In the heart of Ottawa, the Byward Market
is a thriving hub of more than 600 specialty shops, street stalls, bakeries, and restaurants. It’s Canada’s oldest public market, dating back to 1826 (meaning it’s actually older than the country itself). During summer, you can find fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers on the street, which complement the main market hall. By the evening, the market is filled with street performers, catering to those visiting the rustic taverns and fine dining establishments.
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Ottawa is a place where old Canadian stereotypes come to life: bilingual, hockey-crazed, bike-friendly, outdoorsy, and home to some of the friendliest locals on the planet. Through its sparkling waterways and canals, Ottawa offers the unique opportunity to experience Canada’s rich history — while also proving itself to be a hip, dynamic city. In recent […]