Cheap Flights to Cleveland
As the second largest city in Ohio, Cleveland has a rustic charm coupled with a modern outlook, and visitors will find a thriving cultural scene with museums, theatres, and the buzzing area of Flats East Bank at the point where the rivers of the Cuyahoga and Erie converge.
Cleveland has a rich and varied history, and today the city is a first-class destination for concerts, premier sporting events, and classy, boutique hotels and shops. For the great outdoors try one of the 14 Cleveland Metroparks for hiking, biking, swimming, golf and lots of other family adventures and sports.
Attractions in Cleveland
Cleveland Museum of Art - this eclectic collection includes American art as well as medieval artwork from Asia and Europe. Other interesting pieces include North American Indian art as well as Chinese, Indian, and Japanese pieces.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - also know as, the Rock Hall, is one of the most popular attractions with the history of popular music over 6 floors in an iconic, modern building. Special items include original manuscripts by Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley's clothing, and Beatles memorabilia.
West Side Market - even if you don’t buy anything you will be fascinated by the diversity of the stalls and cultures at this large marketplace. There are hundreds of vendors selling everything from cheese to flowers and fine meats.
Cleveland Botanical Garden - this attraction has 20 unique gardens with themes from a rainforest to a desert, and there are lots of interesting things to see for the whole family including the Hershey Garden for children.
Shopping and Restaurants in Cleveland
Dining - for top-notch restaurants try East Fourth Street with numerous cafes, bars, and eateries, and the whole area has a lively, festive atmosphere, festooned with lights and outside tables. The Tremont area is also a great place for food with the bonus of live music in a number of venues.
Shopping - for some serious retail therapy try the beautiful shopping and entertainment complex at The Terminal Tower, Public Square. Crocker Park has shops and restaurants in a quaint setting of cobblestones walkways and fountains.
Cleveland Museum of Art has free general admission for those on a budget, and there is plenty there to occupy the whole family and children of different ages.
Flights to Cleveland
Cleveland is served primarily by Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Other nearby airports are Burke Lakefront Airport BKL and Cuyahoga County Airport. Cleveland Hopkins is easily accessible by public transport and taxi.
More Information on Cleveland
This is Cleveland - jam-packed with a range of comprehensive information about where to stay, play and eat and you can also request a Visitor’s Guide.
Go-Ohio.com - Free guides covering vacation, recreation and tourism information.
Timeout.com - featuring some of the most awesome things to see and do whilst in Cleveland.