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Downtown Cleveland & The Cuyahoga River
A vibrant metropolis, the city of Cleveland is much more than simply the setting of the “Drew Carey Show.”
In fact, as the most populous city in all of Ohio, Cleveland is home to a number of cultural destinations, annual events and festivals, and outdoor adventures just waiting to be discovered.
Served by the Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport, the Forest City is hub for big-city culture, scenically located along the southern shore of Lake Erie.
Similarly, Cleveland’s three professional sports teams have helped put the city on the competitive map. From the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena to the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field, and the Cleveland Browns at FirstEngery Stadium, there is no shortage of thrilling action found year-round in the Rock and Roll Capital of the World.
Although Cleveland may not immediately jump out as a cultural locale upon first glance, neighborhoods like University Circle and annual celebrations like the Cleveland International Film Festival have helped transform C-Town into a charming hub bursting with life.
Other unique destinations include the one-of-a-kind historic West Side Market and the Gateway District. The latter features an abundance of dining and entertainment options just a short walk from the ballpark and arena, while the former was recently named to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
And even though Cleveland is indeed a bustling metro, visitors will not be shorted the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the scenery. For convenient recreation, explore the large network of Cleveland Metroparks open-year round. And just south of the city, the Cuyahoga Valley National Park houses 20,000 acres of dazzling scenery, while the Cleveland Lakefront State Park offers aquatic fun just minutes from downtown.
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