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Cleveland Tourism Guide

Officially known as the City of Cleveland, it is located on Lake Erie's southern shore that lies across the US maritime border with Canada. This page focuses on everything visitors need to know about Cleveland, from the destinations to accommodation and more.

Getting Around

The city has one major airport, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. There are urban transit systems, railroads, and a seaport when it comes to actually getting around. Cleveland is also walkable, ranked as the 16th most walkable US city.

Places to Visit

When it comes to attractions, Cleveland has plenty of sites to visit. The list includes Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Cleveland Cavaliers, Greater Cleveland Aquarium, USS Cod Submarine Memorial, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, "A Christmas Story" House and Museum, and Cleveland Botanical Garden. There's also the Cuyahoga Valley National Park that boasts a wide range of wildlife and trails for hiking enthusiasts.


Cleveland has vast accommodation options. There are cheap hotels, as well as Airbnb services. Cleveland is best known for Pierogi, Polish Boys, and paczki, among other foods when it comes to food and beverage. As a cheap city to live in, Cleveland is an excellent destination for tourists on a budget. But make sure to stay safe as crime rates are high. Also make sure that the place you're staying at has wifi so you can check your online trading.

There are lots of other things visitors need to be aware of before visiting Cleveland. Bookmark this page to learn more about the biggest city in Ohio.