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For an ideal weekend in Cincinnati — which was named one of Travel + Leisure’s Best Places to Travel in 2017 — spend each day in a different neighborhood, each with its own draw.
Travel + Leisure
The Cincinnati region is made of several different communities, each with their own distinct character, history and offerings. From local restaurants and attractions to deep-rooted traditions, the area’s 50 municipalities and 52 city of Cincinnati neighborhoods invite you to experience the Cincinnati region in its entirety. Take a drive, explore somewhere new and discover all that’s within reach throughout Cincinnati USA.

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City of Blue Ash
Twenty minutes north of Cincinnati, Blue Ash has the best of both worlds – the feel of a close-knit community with big city access. Its top-ranked schools, superior parks and recreation, outstanding cultural and entertainment events and a thriving business community, make Blue Ash the ideal place to live, work and visit.

4343 Cooper Road
Blue Ash, OH 45242

(513) 745-8500

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City of Cheviot
Western Cincinnati
The city of Cheviot is home to much of the same German-American and other ethnic cultures that inhabit the surrounding Cincinnati area. The city is known locally (and regionally) for its annual Harvest Home Fair. The city incorporated the West Fest Street Festival in 2002, which has steadily grown in popularity. The annual event features local food, various booths/activities, children's rides, and live music. Cheviot is often recognized by locals as "The Heart of The West Side" (of Cincinnati) because of its urban yet small-town, friendly culture. The city features a concentrated variety of small businesses and pubs along its main thoroughfares.

3814 Harrison Avenue
Cheviot, OH 45211

(513) 661-2700

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City of Cincinnati
Cincinnati is a city in Ohio, on the Ohio River. The Over-the-Rhine district is known for its 19th-century architecture, including Findlay Market, which has food and craft vendors. To the north is the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. The Cincinnati Museum Center encompasses history, science and children's museums in the art deco Union Terminal. Works spanning 6,000 years are on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati also has two major sports teams: the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals.

City Hall - 801 Plum St.,
Cincinnati, OH 45202

(513) 352-3000

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City of Deer Park
Deer Park is approximately one square mile with a population of only 5600, and provides comfortable small town charm with strong family values, excellent schools and local retail and service businesses. Big city amenities are very convenient with premier shopping at the Kenwood Towne Centre or professional health care at Jewish Hospital Kenwood and various physicians' facilities are both within half mile of our town. A jewel in the heart of The City of Deer Park is Chamberlin Park, a 13 1/2 acre park offering something for everyone and within walking distance of any neighborhood within the city.

7777 Blue Ash Road
Deer Park, OH 45236

(513) 794-8860

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City of Forest Park
Known as the “Beacon on the Hill”, this 3rd largest city in Hamilton County is a short drive north from downtown Cincinnati. Enjoy one of the six city parks, or stop by the nearby Winton Woods – a 2,500 acre county park with dozens of trails, fishing, horseback riding, golfing, camping and loads of picnic areas and playgrounds. On the first Saturday in August, the city plays host to the Smooth Jazz in the Park Festival. This free outdoor event features international, national and regional smooth jazz artists. Looking to grab a bite? Don’t miss Park Place, La Fiesta Mexico or Jax Tavern. Or choose from local Cincinnati staples like LaRosa’s, Izzy’s, Frisch’s Big Boy and Skyline.

1201 W. Kemper
Forest Park, OH 45240

(513) 595-5200

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City of Harrison
Western Cincinnati
Located on the OH and IN border, Harrison features excellent parks and a quaint downtown. Miami Whitewater Forest offers camping, a lake with boat rentals, hiking, nature center and bike trails. Downtown features gift and clothing shops, a spa and dining options. The Village Pharmacy has been serving the area in the same building since 1868. Stroll along Harrison Ave, and when you get to State Street, you’re in Harrison, IN! The Ohio Presidential Pathways Scenic Byway commemorates the lives of William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison, both from the area. Harrison also plays in important historic role in the Civil War, as being a site where Morgan’s Raid looted Harrison’s downtown.

300 George Street
Harrison, OH 45030

(513) 367-2111

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City of Loveland
Northern Cincinnati
Loveland, also known as the “Sweetheart of Ohio,” is a city located within Hamilton, Clermont, and Warren counties in the southwestern part of Ohio in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Loveland grew around the railroad and Little Miami River. We are home to a nationally recognized Little Miami bike trail, which appeals to our very active residents. The City has plenty to offer in terms of employment, development opportunities, quality neighborhoods, and recreation activities.

120 West Loveland Avenue
Loveland, OH 45150

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City of Madeira
Northern Cincinnati
Established in 1910, the City of Madeira remains one of the premier communities of the Cincinnati area. Located just 12 miles North-east of downtown Cincinnati this small, vibrant community is an easy stop during your Cincinnati visit. The City of Madeira is known for its extraordinary community, farmers market, and the Madeira Criterium and 5K Run. Whether you came for the race, or the wide variety of restaurants, there is something for everyone in Madeira.

7141 Miami Avenue
Madeira, OH 45243

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City of Montgomery
Settled in 1796, the city of Montgomery is a historic oasis in the Cincinnati region. Nestled within the i275 loop, and accessible from i71 and i275, Montgomery is an easy stop during your Cincinnati visit. From the sweet taste of the original Montgomery Inn barbecue ribs to the historic landmarks paying homage to the Underground Railroad, Montgomery is a city that shouldn’t be missed. As one of the oldest settlements in the Cincinnati region, Montgomery maintains its 19th-century charm with unmistakable architecture, reputable dining and preserved character. Whether you came for the history, or just the famous Aglamesis Bros. Ice Cream, there is something for everyone in Montgomery.

10101 Montgomery Rd.
Montgomery, OH 45242

(513) 891-2424

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City of Mt. Healthy
Mt. Healthy, established in 1961, has flourished for over 190 years. With a population of about 6,000 this small community is located just 15 miles north of Downtown Cincinnati, and minutes from I-275 and the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway. Mt. Healthy is best known for its’ history and beautiful parks. Mt. Healthy is a pleasant residential community striving to provide a quality way of life.

7700 Perry Street
Mt. Healthy, OH 45231

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City of North College Hill
The city of North College Hill has progressed over the years from a farming community to an urban character of the twenty-first century. Known as “the Center of it All”, North College Hill is located between the intersection of Hamilton Avenue and Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway. This city is home to several parks, acclaimed poets, and the founder of the first home for blind women in Ohio. North College Hill is “the Center of it All” making it an easy stop on your next trip to Cincinnati.

1500 West Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45239

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City of Norwood
Just over three square miles, Norwood, Ohio, is an independent community located in a major metropolitan area. With the population reaching over 19,000, Norwood is the second most populous city in Hamilton County. Home to thousands of people and businesses, Norwood offers a unique blend of advantages for everyone.

4645 Montgomery Road
Norwood, OH 45212

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City of Reading
Reading, OH is a suburb of Cincinnati located in Hamilton County. In 1851, Reading was established as a village and named after the birthplace of William Penn. Today, Reading, Ohio is a vibrant community with a historical background, great schools, and safe streets. The city of Reading or “the Crossroads of opportunity” is nationally ranked for its wedding apparel and services. Whether you stopping through to buy a wedding dress or to learn more about the historical history, Reading, Ohio has something for everyone.

1000 Market Street
Reading, OH 45215

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Symmes Township
Northern Cincinnati
Symmes Township, one of Ohio’s most historic and scenic communities, was formed in 1824 from the eastern portion of Sycamore Township and bears the name of John Cleves Symmes. Symmes, in 1788, made the "Miami Purchase" which led to the founding of Cincinnati. Within the township’s 41.8 square miles in northeastern Hamilton County you’ll fine beautiful neighborhoods, an abundance of green space, a wide range of shopping and dining options, as well as a thriving business community. Symmes Township is home to several popular points of interest. Such as, Chateau LaRoche, a European castle in Loveland and in historic Camp Dennison you’ll find the Waldschmidt House and the Schoolhouse Restaurant.

9323 Union Cemetery Rd.
Symmes Township, OH 45140

(513) 683-6644

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Village of Indian Hill
With a population of around 5,900 people, it is technically a city but its life style over the years has remained constant, that of a quiet residential community. Indian Hill is located in Hamilton County, Ohio, just a few miles northeast of the City of Cincinnati. The Village encompasses nearly 20 square miles. The families who live in the Village value its rural atmosphere, its reputation for safety, its strong sense of history and community, its firm administration of zoning ordinances, and its proximity to the cultural life of a large city.

6525 Drake Road
Indian Hill, OH 45243

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Village of Mariemont
Eastern Cincinnati
Less than 20 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, experience the charm of the Village of Mariemont. Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2007, this picturesque community is home to shops and eateries, a community theatre, garden-like parks and an old-world-styled hotel. Along with its nostalgic and walkable Village Square, Mariemont offers everything from hiking along the South 80 Hiking and Biking Trail to performances by the Mariemont Players. Whether it’s discovering local art at The Barn, enjoying Carillon Concerts from the bell tower in Dogwood Park or curbing your sweet tooth at Graeter’s, there’s no place like the Village of Mariemont.

6907 Wooster Pike
Mariemont, OH 45227

(513) 271-3246

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