Take a city with a rock-and-roll attitude, a passion for sports, and an artistic flair, and you'll have Cleveland, Ohio. This metropolis on the Cuyahoga River is home to the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. It is also a major arts destination, claiming the Cleveland Museum of Art, the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra, and the nation's second-largest performing arts center, PlayhouseSquare. Public artworks like the Cleveland Venus by native Ohioan Jim Dine add to the city's style. Sports fans can check out the Cleveland Indians and Cavaliers in the Historic Gateway District, or head to the North Coast Harbor District to see the Browns play.
Flights to Cleveland land at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, located just 10 miles southwest of downtown and accessible by the RTA Red Line.