Cleveland holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£372|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£372|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£584|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£537|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£374|
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Super technology alongside immense nature. This monster metropolis on the shores of the awe-inspiring Lake Erie, Cleveland holidays introduce visitors to one of the USA's truly great cities. From its humble roots as a proud working-class town, through its development as a major industrial centre, to its current role as a vibrant cultural and social hub of the mid-West, Cleveland has a rich background and a unique personality to show for it.
Planning Cleveland Holidays
As a major transportation hub for the Mid-West and Great Lakes, Cleveland boasts one of the USA's busiest airports, a huge array of bus and road networks, and daily train connections with several major US cities including Chicago, New York, Boston and Washington, D. C., making Cleveland holidays easily accessible. The city enjoys four distinct seasons, with sunny Summer, colourful Spring and Autumn, and a biting Winter. Although Cleveland is colloquially known as 'Forest City' for its outdoor activity opportunities, the city's greatest attractions are mostly indoors and the weather is rarely a concern on Cleveland holidays.
Cleveland Highlights and Recommendations
A great way to discover all the layers and treasures of Cleveland holidays is through the city's many iconic buildings. Glimpse Cleveland's industrial prowess and turn-of-the-century grandeur at the John D. Rockefeller-designed Old Arcade. At sunset, catch the views over Lake Erie from the observation deck of Public Square's 85-year-old Terminal Tower, or experience sports-mad Cleveland join cheering locals at the Browns, Cavaliers or Indians home stadiums.
Cleveland holidays also offer one of the richest artistic and cultural scenes outside of New York, and days could be spent soaking up the immense collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, or spend relaxing evenings at one of hundreds of live-music venues throughout the city.