IN THE NEWS
2018-01-10 :: NEW YORK TIMES - Cincinnati has been selected as one of two U.S. cities among the top-10 in the New York Times' list of the 52 Places to Go in 2018. The Queen City is No. 8 on the list behind New Orleans; Colombia; Basilicata, Italy; the Caribbean; Vierwaldstattersee, Switzerland; Route of Parks, Chile, and Gangwon Province, South Korea. More >
2018-01-04 :: AMERICAN EXPRESS ESSENTIALS - A trusted network of travel bloggers reveals their must-visit destinations for the year ahead. For 2018, they've recommended a little bit of everything - including Cincinnati! No matter the destination, the message is clear: Get there now, before the crowds arrive! More >
2018-01-03 :: CVENT - Hotels and Destination Marketing Organizations are embracing VR in a big way. The Cincinnati USA CVB shares how its 360-degree video - the Cincinnati USA VR Experience - showcases the city as a destination for meeting planners. More >
2017-12-28 :: CINCINNATI REFINED - You might not know Fountain Square as well as you thought you did. Thankfully, filling that gap in your memory is the foundation of the Cincinnati USA Visitor Center's mission. More >
2017-12-27 :: SMART ASSET - Cincinnati has once again been named among the best cities in the nation for beer drinkers. Financial website SmartAsset’s third annual Best Cities for Beer Drinkers list placed Cincinnati at No. 4 for the second year in a row. More >
2017-12-26 :: NEW YORK TIMES - Cities around the world that are currently trending in the right direction for budget fare hunters, and why you might want to visit them in 2018.
2017-12-11 :: TRAZEE TRAVEL - Grabbing a drink in Cincinnati? Try one of these local favorites that are anything but ordinary!
2017-12-06 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - OpenTable released its 100 Best Restaurants in America list for 2017 on Wednesday, and three Cincinnati restaurants made the cut. They were the only restaurants in the state of Ohio to make the list.
2017-11-29 :: WALLET HUB - In search of the best sports cities from the fan’s perspective, WalletHub compared over 420 cities across more than 50 key metrics related to the five largest sports in the U.S.: football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer. Cincinnati came in at No. 20 overall. More >
2017-11-29 :: TRIVAGO - Special moments, unique to Ohio travel, are everywhere across the state. Any of the following weekend getaways in Ohio will be worth your while to better understand this incredibly diverse state.