Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will arrive in Ottawa Monday night as they wrap-up their 11-day visit to Canada.

Although the royal couple will be spending a few days in the capital, the public likely won't have too many opportunities to see them.

The royals are scheduled to attend a series of meetings with politicians in Ottawa on Tuesday morning. During the meetings, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is expected to appoint Prince William and Prince Harry as honourary Canadian Rangers.

After meeting with federal politicians, the couple will head to Montreal for a quick visit to Quebec.

They will then return to the capital to join hundreds of Canadians pay tribute to Canada's fallen soldiers at a Remembrance Day ceremony at the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Wednesday. Later that afternoon, they will visit Canadian troops and their families at CFB Petawawa.

The royal's visit to the capital follows a trip to B.C., where they toured the 2010 Olympics site in Vancouver on Saturday.

The Prince also spent time with young entrepreneurs and patients at two hospitals, while Camilla visited a local botanical garden. The pair spent Sunday in Victoria.

The royals are scheduled to depart from the Ottawa International Airport on Thursday, after planting an oak tree at Rideau Hall to mark their visit.