The Western and Southern Open has officially begun here in Cincinnati! The 2017 Western and Southern Open is taking place August 12th thru 20th at The Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio. The tennis tournament was first played in 1899 on what today is Xavier University. The best tennis players from around the country, […]
Spring has sprung here in Cincinnati and along with the flowers and warmer weather comes a schedule full of festivals and events. View the list below and get out there and enjoy your city! Lebanon BrewHAHa Craft Beer Tasting Festival April 29th from 4PM-9PM The third annual Lebanon BrewHAHa celebrates all things spring and BEER […]
The Great American Ball Park will be welcoming baseball fans through its doors once again on Monday, April 3, 2017 for the 2017 Cincinnati Reds Opening Day against the Philadelphia Phillies at 4:10pm. If you remember back to last year, the Reds also opened the 2016 season against the Phillies winning a three-game sweep. After […]
Cincinnati is not new to the food scene, hosting a mixture of fine dining to casual and eclectic restaurants. A mixture of contemporary and traditional foods focusing on the flavors of the midwest region can be found throughout the city. TripAdvisor has ranked the best Cincinnati restaurants of 2017 and we are taking a deeper […]
From Christmas light shows to live nativity scenes Cincy Rents has compiled the best list of holiday events in the Cincinnati area. Bundle up with your family to ice skate with Santa or to visit a LEGO® holiday display. Gather your friends together for a Pub Crawl on Pedal Wagon’s Polar Express or to see […]
The new Cincinnati streetcar, the “Cincinnati Bell Connector,” is the latest development in the city’s public transit. Since its opening on September 9th, 2016, and for several years prior, it has been a popular topic of discussion. The route runs a 3.6-mile loop, which could save considerable walking if you have multiple stops to make […]
Overview Loveland is a city about 15 miles northeast of Cincinnati and is seen as part of the Greater Cincinnati area. Areavibes.com rates it as “Exceptionally Livable” and gives it an overall rating of 88 which exceeds the Ohio average of 75.
Whether you’re headed downtown for sports, the arts, food, or entertainment, it can be difficult to find a place to park, so we’ve compiled a guide of the best places to look for parking in downtown Cincinnati. With over 30,000 parking spots downtown, it is important to know how to find the right one.
In a previous post, we reviewed the most popular Cincinnati parks. In this article we’ll we’ll continue exploring the best parks in the Cincinnati area, but with a focus on Great Parks of Hamilton County, which is a separate park district in Greater Cincinnati. Hamilton County Parks Campbell Lakes Preserve West of Cincinnati, in Harrison, […]
The city of Cincinnati is well-known for its excellent parks and recreation. In 2015, WalletHub compiled a ranking of all the Best & Worst Cities for Recreation wherein Cincinnati ranked first. Cincinnati also ranked in the Top 10 on ParkScore. In this article we’ll give an overview of some of the more popular parks in […]