Considered ‘most affordable and livable,’ on many nationwide lists, Cincinnati is becoming a popular destination for young professionals, families, entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Surrounded by seven hills and situated on the Ohio River, the downtown area is designed around Fountain Square, home to tons of events, awesome bars, and world-class restaurants. In Cincinnati, baseball is a religion. On opening day, the entire city seems to take a day off work to celebrate. Hosting the world’s second largest Oktoberfest celebration, there is more than enough beer, sausage, and lederhosen to go around. In fact, Cincinnatians like to party and drink twice as much as the average American. Perhaps this is why they host the largest Chicken Dance anywhere on the planet and an annual dachshund race for the prestigious champion title called ‘The Running of the Wieners.’ Cincinnati does chili better than anywhere else in the country. With more than 140 chili restaurants, it goes on everything, from pasta to hot dogs and even nachos.
Cincinnati has four seasons ranging in temperatures from low 20’s in winter to high 80’s in the summer. It can be hot and humid in the summers with lots of rain and a lower than average snowfall
Arts and Culture
Steeped in arts, culture, and history, Cincinnati has professional companies in all 5 arts-ballet, opera, fine art museums, symphonies, and theaters. Be sure to check out the Cincinnati Art Museum (953 Eden Park Dr) where you can stroll through over 80 galleries of work spanning 6000 years. The Museum Center at Union Terminal (1301 Western Ave) is fun for the whole family with an IMAX theater, Museum of Natural History & Science, Children’s Museum, special events and more.
Unpakt’s Most Recommended
Eden Park (950 Eden Park Dr)
Sits on 186 acres and features a museum, playhouse, conservatory, lake, gardens and so much more.
Camp Washington Chili (3005 Colerain Ave)
Family owned for over 75 years, this place grinds their own meat and makes fresh chili with no preservatives. Order a ‘3 way’ and have it served on spaghetti topped with loads of cheddar cheese.
BLOC Coffee Company (3101 Price Ave)
A hip art-filled coffee shop with skilled baristas, tasty bites and the best chai latte in town.
Findlay Market (1801 Race St)
Open all year round, Ohio’s oldest public market is colorful and has everything from fresh products to fine imported goods.
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