About Cities in Ohio
Ohio, a state in the Midwestern US, is home to some of the most popular US cities. The major cities are concentrated mostly in southwestern and northeastern parts of the state. From Cleveland to Cincinnati and Springfield to Toredo, there are quite a few urban hubs in the 34th largest US state.
Columbus, the state capital and the largest city in Ohio, enjoys a central location. The city is home to the Ohio State University.
Cleveland, the second largest city, is located in northeastern Ohio. It is known mainly because of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on the shore of Lake Erie. Attractions such as Fort Hunginton and Great Lakes Science Center are located here.
Cincinnati, often called the "Paris of America", is the third-largest city in Ohio. Located on the southwestern edge of the state, the city is well known for its botanical garden and the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Getting In and Around Ohio
Ohio is served by five international airports
with three being prominent ones – Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport, and Dayton International Airport. Amtrak passenger trains connect the major cities of Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Toledo. The state is connected with the rest of the contiguous US with 21 Interstate Highways
Last Updated on: August 17th, 2017