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Cincinnati Fit for Foodies

2020-01-31 :: GO NOMAD - If you think the Cincinnati food scene consists primarily of five-way chili, you need to take your taste buds to Ohio’s ‘Queen City’ for a culinary update. You could strike out on your own to discover new restaurants and leading food purveyors or you could take one of Barb Cooper’s Cincinnati Food Tours and learn the backstories behind the city’s culinary evolution.

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The 7 Best Places to Eat and Drink Vegan in Cincinnati

2020-01-30 :: THE BEET - Cincinnati isn't the first place that comes to mind when you think of vegan food: The city's signature dish is chili, made with ground beef and consumed at fast-food parlors around the city, often served over a bed of spaghetti topped with mounds of shredded cheese. Despite this being the city's favorite dish, you can find delicious plant-based food that packs in the taste and nutrients. Check out these 7 spots next time you're in The Queen City.  More >

15 of the Best US Cities for a Weekend Trip

2020-01-29 :: INSIDER - Cincinnati is known for its cultural institutions, its historic religious sites, its vibrant local brewery scene and its unique culinary specialties. Read on to learn why Cincinnati is one of the best spots for a weekend getaway.  More >

20 Midwest destinations to visit with your family in 2020

2020-01-27 :: CHICAGO PARENT - Ready to make 2020 the year of travel? Look no further than these Midwest destinations that families will love. Here you’ll find plenty of things to do, places to eat and stay. Happy travels!  More >

Cincinnati Calls Us Back And We Found More To Love About This Queen City

2020-01-23 :: INSTINCT - There have been some great cities that I have visited and fell in love with during the initial trip, just to come back a second time to have myself questioning what I ever saw in the destination. One of my first trips while writing for Instinct was to explore Cincinnati, Ohio. It was a great journey, made some life-long friends, and this East Coast boy fell in love with a Midwest City. Cincinnati, you sailed through round two with high scores.   More >

14 Summer Music Festivals That You Won't Want to Miss in 2020

2020-01-21 :: THE OPRAH MAGAZINE - No matter what genre you gravitate towards—country, rock, 90's tunes, romantic ballads, EDM, orchestral, hip-hop, or just plain happy songs—there is guaranteed to be a summer music festival lineup that will make you sing, at any age. And with these events scattered around the country, from California to Illinois, they also give you the perfect excuse to travel. We've gathered a list of 2020's most highly anticipated summer music festivals and the artists you can expect, to help you plan your next trip.  More >

Travel to the Moon in Cincinnati

2020-01-09 :: BREAKFAST WITH NICK - We’ve loved every visit to Cincinnati, and specifically to the Cincinnati Museum Center. The grand Art Deco structure, still active as Union Terminal, houses multiple museums, exhibitions, Omnimax movies, and special events. In the past we’ve seen everything from Lego sculptures to Star Wars costumes to Egyptian artifacts.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Cincinnati with Kids

2020-01-08 :: RED TRICYCLE - Whether you live in Cincinnati, Ohio or  are planning a visit, there are plenty of amazing things to do with your kids. With its foundation solidly rooted in the arts, your family has an endless number of museums to peruse, attractions to frequent and eateries to check out. Before you head out to explore the Queen city, take a moment to make a list of the best things to do. Read on for our list of top picks.
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Cincinnati's 19th Century Roebling Bridge

2020-01-05 :: BYWAYS - The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. When opened on December 1, 1866, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world at 1,057 feet, which was later overtaken by John A. Roebling's most famous design of the 1883 Brooklyn Bridge at 1,595.5 feet.   More >

Check Out Ohio's Big Three

2020-01-02 :: GROUP TRAVEL LEADER - Many of Ohio’s world-class attraction are in the state’s three major cities: Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. Stretched across the state from north to south, each city offers groups plenty of tour angles, from history to nightlife fun. Groups can take advantage of Ohio’s diverse and quality attractions in these culturally vibrant cities.  More >