Ottawa’s beautiful, historic Ottawa is home to more than 30 historic buildings, including the historic Capitol Theatre and many historic homes and gardens.
In addition to the buildings, Ottawa also hosts the famous Rideau Canal and its namesake, Rideau Hall, which are a popular attraction for visitors.
It’s the home of the Ottawa Senators and Canadian National Olympic team.
However, if you’re looking for the best sunsets on the planet, you’re going to want to head to Quebec City, which is also home to some of the best outdoor areas on the island.
The city is home not only to the famous and iconic Rideau River, but also to many historic monuments and buildings.
The City of Montreal is also the epicentre of Montreal’s outdoor scene.
The Montreal St-Jacques neighborhood is the home to the iconic St-Pierre monument and is home of many of the most iconic neighbourhoods on the Island.
However the city also hosts some of Canada’s most famous landmarks and some of Montreal has its own famous sights.
In Quebec City the city’s iconic Notre Dame Cathedral and the Basilica de Notre Dame have been the focus of countless tourists, while the Grand Palais is the main gathering place for Montrealers and visitors alike.
Quebec City is also Canada’s largest city with a population of 1.5 million, making it the fourth largest in the country.
As of 2016, there were more than 2,000 businesses located in Montreal.
However if you want to get out and enjoy some of Quebec City’s most iconic attractions, head to Montreal’s historic, vibrant, and beautiful Mont-Royal neighbourhood, which was recently named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 best cities in the world.
Montreal is located in the province of Quebec.