Explore Ottawa with your dream car
Whichever company you choose to go with, if you rent a car in Ottawa through Whizz Go, you will have the rare chance to sit behind the wheel of your dream vehicle. Our partners have remarkably versatile fleets that include economy, standard, mini, full-size and many other types of vehicles. Depending on your driving style, you can find a flexible car rental in Ottawa that has manual or an automatic transmission. It should also be noted that all of the cars from which you can pick are maintained in a perfect condition and they feature insurance coverage like CDW or a Collision Damage Waiver and TP or Theft Protection. We can also help you find a convenient one-way car rental in Ottawa. This is an excellent option for travellers who want to explore other parts of the country with a car. With us, you can book a vehicle on weekends and holidays and the price will always be moderate. The extras you can get feature Cancellation Protection, Super Excess Refund, GPS, breakdown assistance, unlimited kilometres and many more.
Sights to see in Ottawa
Ottawa is the fourth largest city in Canada. Toronto, Montreal and Calgary each have more population compared to the Bytown. That is probably why many people who visit Canada for the first time are surprised to learn that Ottawa is the capital city of the country. More than 50% of the people who live in O-Town have a college or a university degree. That makes Ottawa one of the most educated cities in Canada. The city is also home to a number of public universities the most notable of them are Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. There are all types of attractions in the city including North America’s oldest continuously operated canal system – the Rideau Canal. As of 2007, this spot is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In close proximity to the Rideau Canal is the National Arts Centre also known as Centre national des Arts. There are three different airports in Ottawa. However, only one of them is an international one – the Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport. The official languages in the city are English and French. Nearly 40% of the people who live in Ottawa can speak both of them. English, however, is slightly more popular compared to French.