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Book Ohio flights and land within the superb panoramas and exciting cityscapes of a state known as “the Birthplace of Aviation”...
There’s so much to see and do in America's Heartland, and specifically Ohio, that travellers need to plan their visit carefully so they can fit it all in.
Depending on your specific destination you can fly into Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE), Cincinnati (CVG), James M Cox Dayton (DAY), Akron (CAK), Toledo (TOL) or Port Columbus International Airport (CMH).
Native American history is evident in many parts of Ohio. The Shawnee State Park, in the foothills of the Appalachians, is a beautiful area of more than 1,000 acres nicknamed "the Little Smokies", where the Shawnee Indians once hunted. The Scioto River Valley was home to the Mound Builders, members of the Hopewell Culture, and there are many burial mounds to be seen at the Hopewell Culture National Historic Park, close to Akron and Cleveland.
Ohio is home to the world's largest Amish community. Here, visitors can experience a little of the Amish lifestyle, visit farms or attend one of the many churches for Sunday service.
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Although there are no are direct flights to Ohio from the UK, a wide range of connecting flights gives easy access to this US state...
Cleveland can be reached on flights via Detroit, Atlanta or New York with Delta and Virgin Atlantic, Houston and New York with United, Toronto with Air Canada, Chicago and New York with American Airlines and British Airways or Philadelphia with US Airways – all from London’s Heathrow. American, Delta and United also fly from Manchester and Edinburgh.
For Cincinnati the same airlines operate in addition to regional connections via Paris with Air France from many UK departure points.
Whether you’ve booked flights to Cleveland, flights to Cincinnati or elsewhere in Ohio, read on and find out how to get around...
Cleveland Hopkins International is the largest airport in Ohio and is situated to the west of the city. It has good transport links, being connected to the Cleveland Rapid Transit rail system and has a fleet of taxis available for passengers in addition to rental cars.
The airport for Cincinnati is on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River, so visitors who fly into this airport need to cross over the bridge to reach the city itself. There are bus, taxi and limo services from the airport to attractions and hotels in the region.
Akron is a small airport that visitors find very easy to use, with good road and public transport links. Various low fare airlines operate from here.
Dayton Airport is very popular and is often used by travellers whose destination is in another part of Ohio because non-stop services run from so many other US cities, making it the cheapest option. Taxi transfers and car rentals are provided by several companies.
Car hire in Ohio is popular with overseas visitors. Road users find it fast, easy and cheap to get around in the US. With so many cities to see, national parks to visit and beauty spots to fall in love with, Ohio car rental is a sound investment and can be collected from most airports.
Discover the main urban and tourist areas and then figure out where to stay in Ohio – or where to begin an epic road trip...
Cleveland, well known as the manufacturing capital, is situated on the shores of Lake Erie. The city is home to the ultramodern Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as many elegant Art Deco buildings.
Cincinnati is famous for its riverboats and the historic architecture that is found in Over-the Rhine, a district of the city where you will find different late 19th-century styles of architecture, including Italianate, Queen Anne and Greek Revival. Other attractions in Cincinnati include the famous zoo and botanical garden and the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Columbus, Ohio's capital and largest city, is rich in history. It was founded in 1812 and named after Christopher Columbus. One historic part of the city is German Village, where many German immigrants settled in the 19th century, opening breweries for which the city is still known.
Over 1.3 million tourists each year visit the National Museum of the United States Air Force, close to Dayton. The city also has several other museums and visitors can learn about its famous inhabitants, Orville and Wilbur Wright, as well as Paul Laurence Dunbar, at the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park.
In the downtown areas of these cities you can expect to find a good selection of mid-range and luxury hotels, with budget motels on the outskirts of town and along the main highways. Forest lodges and country inns dominate the rural landscapes of Ohio.
Book your room well in advance of travel to secure the best rates on hotels in Ohio. You can compare prices when you use the TravelSupermarket search tool.