Cincinnati, Ohio is the third largest city in Ohio, and is known for baseball, it’s historical architecture, and it’s German heritage (evident in much of the food and beer selection). It’s home to two major sports teams: the oldest franchise in Major League Baseball, the Reds; and their football team, the Cincinnati Bengals. The city is situated in the southwestern part of the state, bordering Kentucky state lines and on the north bank of the Ohio River. The airport servicing Cincinnati is actually in Hebron, Kentucky. Summers are hot and humid, and winters tend to be cold with substantial snowfall. U.S. News reports that May is the best time to travel to the city. Cincinnati has experienced an urban transformation in recent years, often attributed to the success of revitalized Over-the-Rhine (OTR). In the 21st century, OTR is considered the fastest-growing, trendiest neighborhood in the city. Read more about the city’s best neighborhoods, restaurants, and attractions in our interview with locals Kyle & Elizabeth!