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The vibrant lakeside city of Cleveland is filled with world-class arts, a wide-variety of hotel offerings, hip eateries and bars, cool concert clubs and top-notch attractions.

The vibrant lakeside city of Cleveland is filled with world-class arts, a wide-variety of hotel offerings, hip eateries and bars, cool concert clubs and top-notch attractions.

Population: 396.815 

Cleveland is the second-largest city in Ohio and the seat of Cuyahoga County. It is located in the northeast part of the state on Lake Erie. The city's cultural attractions include the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Orchestra, one of the country's most highly acclaimed symphony orchestras. Jacobs Field, a major league ballpark, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame also draw thousands of visitors to the city.

Greater Cleveland has long been famous as a durable goods manufacturing area. Following the national trend, however, Cleveland has been shifting to a more services-based economy. 

Greater Cleveland is a world corporate center for leading national and multinational companies in industries ranging from transportation, insurance, retailing, and utilities, to commercial banking and finance. You'll find world-class museums and cultural events, professional sports and amusement parks, and the most golf courses per capita in the United States.


Cleveland experiences four seasons, with vibrant spring blossoms, hot humid summers, colorful autumns, and frigid winters. July, on average, is the warmest month with a mean temperature of 22.2 °C; however, Cleveland summers often experience relatively high humidity. January, on average, is the coldest month with a mean temperature of −3.5 °C. Cleveland winters are cold, but the city usually experiences just a handful of heavy snowfalls.


Greater Cleveland is also served by a public bus and rail transit system, operated by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, also known as "RTA". The rail portion is officially called the Cleveland Rapid Transit, but is known by locals as "The Rapid".

It consists of two light rail lines, known as the Green and Blue Lines (which extend to the east side suburbs), and a heavy rail line, the Red Line (which connects Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the west side suburbs with Tower City Center downtown and continues to University Circle and beyond). The Waterfont Line, a short track specifically catering to tourists by connecting Tower City Center to the Flats Entertainment District and Cleveland Browns Stadium. 

The bus rapid transit line, called the "Health Line", which runs along Euclid Avenue, providing a direct route between Cleveland's primary tourist attractions from downtown to University Circle.

One Way Ticket: $2.25

All day pass: $5.00

Monthly pass: $85.00


Rock and Roll Hall of fame: Tracks the evolution of this musical and cultural phenomenon through more than 50 exhibits. There’s Janis Joplin’s psychedelic Porsche, Michael Jackson’s sparkly glove and dozens and dozens of iconic instruments.The aquarium is located inside The Powerhouse.

Cleveland Aquarium: You’ll find a lot more than memories of Cleveland’s industrialized past along the banks of the Cuyahoga River. Instead, you’ll discover an attraction that draws fans both big and small – The Greater Cleveland Aquarium.

Cleveland botanical garden: Plants and flowers of all kinds fill the Cleveland Botanical Garden. And, while you can explore acres and acres of outdoor gardens, CBG offers two climate-controlled glasshouses – a great escape from the chilliness of wintertime. Inside these glasshouses, you’ll find exotic plants and animals from other-worldly landscapes.

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