Flights to Cincinnati, United States of America
Cincinnati is served by only 1 international airport, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Operational from the 1940s, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is the only airport in Ohio that offers nonstop flights to Europe and consists of 1 passenger terminal with multiple concourses. The airport offers mainly domestic flights within the United States as well as a handful of international flights to Mexico, Canada and Europe.
- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located about 21 kilometres from downtown Cincinnati. A taxi ride to the city should cost around USD 30-35 (SGD 42-50) and take about 20 minutes.
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Best Time to Visit Cincinnati
Cincinnati experiences 4 distinct seasons in a year, but winter and spring are generally unpopular with tourists. Spring brings chilly weather and rain, whilst winter in Cincinnati can be very cold, snowy and occasionally stormy. As such, most travellers choose to visit during summer and fall. Summer is marked by warm weather and high humidity, making it a good time to enjoy outdoor activities along the riverfront or on the river itself. Get into a canoe, get strapped to a wakeboard or simply relax on a river cruise to cool off from the summer heat. In autumn temperatures are a lovely 7-19℃, so sightseeing in the city is comfortable and enjoyable.
Things to do in Cincinnati
Cincinnati is a river city - built on a bank of the Ohio River, this water body used to be the city’s life line. But beyond bringing supplies and economic growth to the city, the Ohio River also has a dark past; it was once codenamed the ‘River Jordan’ as it served as a crucial crossing runaway slaves had to make as they journeyed up north to escape slavery and find freedom in Canada. This turbulent history is recorded in the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, a museum in Cincinnati dedicated to displaying the stories of those who had fled from slavery through the Underground Railroad (which is not a literal railroad but a series of hidden safe houses).
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