Cincinnati Flights:

Flights to Cincinnati

image of CincinnatiCincinnati is the third largest city in the state of Ohio, in the central United States. Situated on the Ohio River, Cincinnati offers quite a variety of attractions, from historical neighbourhoods to more modern buildings, museums, galleries and gardens.

The Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (airport code: CVG) is across the Ohio River in Kentucky, so you’ll have to cross over the bridge via public bus service and taxis to get into the city centre. You can get a flight to Cincinnati with British Midland or Virgin Atlantic, both connecting in London and then Chicago. British Airways also flies the same route. Another choice is with Delta Airlines, who have a flight to Cincinnati that travels through Atlanta and then Baltimore.

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The Tourist Attractions in Cincinnati:

Cincinnati was settled in 1788 and became the first boomtown of the heart of America. Its population grew very quickly and the city expanded and became wealthy. Though Cincinnati is no longer the boomtown it once was, the legacy of these days can be seen through the historic buildings that still stand here today. In recent years the city has been benefiting from revitalisation and is getting back on the map as a nice city to visit.

Carew Tower and Observation Deck
A good place to start a visit to Cincinnati is the Carew Tower. This building is the tallest in Cincinnati and provided the inspiration for the later design of the Empire State Building in New York. The great thing about the art deco style building is the observation deck as it provides excellent views over the city so it’s perfect for getting your bearings. Also of good news is that the ride up the high speed elevator and entrance onto the deck is very reasonably priced!

John A Roebling Suspension Bridge
Another Cincinnati landmark that served as the inspiration for another New York landmark, the Brooklyn Bridge, is the John A Roebling Suspension Bridge. This was constructed in 1866 and was the longest suspension bridge in the world at that time.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Cincinnati’s zoo is the second oldest zoo in the United States. It’s had great success with the mating of animals in captivity, making it one of the world’s most important zoos. This is a great place to visit, especially for those families travelling with children.

William Howard Taft National Historic Site
The 27th President of the USA was William Howard Taft and you can visit his birthplace here in Cincinnati. The house is now a national historic site and is administered by the National Parks Service.

Taft Museum of Art
Cincinnati is home to numerous museums and art museums, but the compact Taft Museum of Art is often credited with being the best. If you’re interested in art you might also like to visit some of the city’s other art collections, including the Pendleton Art Centre, the Weston Art Gallery, the Contemporary Arts Centre, and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

When Should You Visit?:

During the summers you can expect hot and humid temperatures, while in the winter it’s cool and damp. Summers run from May to September when the average high temperatures range between 24C and 30C. Late spring and early autumn can be a good time to visit, and though winters aren’t usually too cold the damp climate can make them feel colder.

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