Are you moving to Cincinnati? If so, WELCOME!
Cincinnati, is a beautiful city on the banks of the Ohio River in the heart of the USA. We combine small town charm with all the conveniences of a big city. We like to think we are one of the best places to live in the United States. Cincinnati is more than just a city. The greater Cincinnati metropolitan area covers 3 states (Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana) 8 counties and more than 2 million people.
Nearly everyone moving to Cincinnati finds a great new home in a neighborhood that fits their needs. Prefer a more urban environment where you rarely have to drive? Try one of the moving into one of the downtown apartments. Do you work downtown but need a bit more of a suburban feel? Try Mt. Adams or Covington. Maybe a historic area with great style like like Hyde Park or the Clifton Gaslight district is for you? Of course there are also the more rural areas like Batavia, Harrison and Hebron, KY if you want to be in the country but less than 45 minutes away.
The heart of Cincinnati is undeniably Fountain Square. Festivals like Taste of Cincinnati and Oktoberfest (one of the world’s largest) center around this 100 year old fountain. Our city has a lot to offer with shopping, city owned parking garages, and a many different restaurants and museums. At the Sawyer Point river park there are constant summer events and activities all just a short walk away.
We are also home to the Cincinnati Reds (America’s 1st professional team), the Cincinnati Bengals and our personal favorite, the Cincinnati Cyclones.
If you are more culturally inclined The Cincinnati Art Museum is the world’s largest free art museum. There are two more amazing museums, the Taft Art Museum and the Contemporary Arts Center. We also have the Cincinnati Music Hall which hosts the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival (oldest continuous choral festival in the US) and the Cincinnati Opera.
The Cincinnati Zoo is rated one of the top zoos in the country and is noted for their successful programs to conserve and breed white Bengal tigers, Gorillas (many of the zoos in the world have a Gorilla that came from the Cincinnati Zoo) and Cheetahs.
If you are a roller coaster lover, less than half an hour north of Cincinnati is King’s Island amusement park. If you want famous roller coasters, there you can ride THE BEAST.
Our river Neighbors are Newport and Covington Kentucky. The have several famous restaurants and attractions like. “Newport on the Levee” which is home to a movie theater and the famous Newport Aquarium. The most Hofbrau Haus is the only true Hofbrau Haus outside of Germany.
Cincinnati also boasts many fine restaurants for that perfect date idea. Just do a quick search and you’ll find many places to go out and dine with family, friends, special someone’s. Cincinnati literally has it all!
We even hear it’s a Pokemon Go hot-spot in many of our fine locations, from the arts section all the way to the amazing zoo!