Cincinnati Tours, Sightseeing and Attractions

No matter what time of year you plan on visiting, you'll find many top quality things to do in Cincinnati. The Queen City is renowned for its numerous community festivals and local celebrations taking place during each month of the year. Cincinnati's MidPoint Music Festival actually takes place in many different venues all over the city. The Cincinnati Flower Show, which takes place during the last week of April, is the largest flower show in the country. The Taste of Cincinnati has been held annually for over 60 years. The city also features the largest Oktoberfest in the U.S. due to a large population of citizens of German heritage. The Cincinnati Fringe Festival begins the day after Memorial Day and is the largest performing arts festival in the state of Ohio. You can get your fill of festivals in Cincinnati for sure!

You will find no shortage of Cincinnati activities - no matter what your preference. Plenty of opportunities exist to attend cultural events, and Cincinnati is home to two major sports teams and seven large sports venues.

If you're a history buff, the oldest public market in the state of Ohio is still in operation in the city's historic district and is a definite must see for those taking Cincinnati tours through the city’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Tourist visiting should make certain that this area is included in their Cincinnati excursions. There are 244 spots in Cincinnati on the National Register of Historic Places. To make your stay in the Queen City more pleasurable, you should contact us here at Expedia for a map of the historic district as well as lodging specials. We also have advice on the best places to find the authentic cuisine that has made the city famous.

Other attractions in Cincinnati include the downtown area's Fountain Square, which is the location of some of the city's best events and is frequently visited both by local citizens and those who are only in the city temporarily.
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