Tips for Visiting Cincinnati
Visitors to Cincinnati should have some handy tips before their stay. This will maximize their visit and make sure they go home and tell their friends and family how much they enjoyed visiting Cincinnati. People visit Cincinnati from all over the world for business, pleasure and a mix of the two (visiting family, friends, etc.). Cincinnati is known for mild weather; not too hot, not too cold. Cincinnati is BEST known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, baseball, and breweries! When visiting Cincinnati, here are a few tips to enhance your stay:
If hotels are booked downtown, don’t forget about Northern Kentucky and Rookwood Commons. Northern KY is just across the river from downtown Cincinnati. A stop at Hotel Covington is a must! There are some great restaurants and bars with easy access to downtown Cincinnati – just walk over the historic Roebling Bridge. Another option is Rookwood Commons; located 10 minutes north of downtown with several shops, bars, and hotels nearby.
Eating before or after a Craft Connection tour? Look no further than Nation for brunch and/or a burger. Other options guests have enjoyed are the endless options of bars and restaurants in OTR. There is a dining option for everyone in the downtown region; fancy, trendy, dive, sports pub and everything in-between!
When Visiting Cincinnati, it may be a good idea to have a Tour Guide drive you around the city in a comfortable, clean bus. Enter the Cincinnati Craft Connection Brewery Tours! This is a convenient, affordable way to learn about Cincinnati, drink some delicious local brews, and see different area of Cincinnati. It’s a 3-4 hour excursion which gives you time to enjoy other activities while visiting Cincinnati. If you’re enjoying a Cincinnati Brewery Tour as a Reds pregame activity, ask your Tour Guide to drop you off at the Banks after your tour. They’ll do it…for free!
Want a break from eating and drinking? Take a stroll along the riverside. Smale Riverfront Park is a great place to take a load off, take scenic pics, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Ohio River. This is a great place for a run or jog. Even just running across the bridges is a great workout with beautiful city and river views. It’s also very difficult to get lost running back and forth on the bridges.