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Cleveland Trips


Plan your trip to Cleveland. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like The Cleveland Hostel), find things to see and do (like Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum), and research places to eat (like Lola).

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What are some good hotels in Cleveland?

Here are the top recommended hotels in Cleveland:

The Cleveland Hostel
2090 W 25th St Cleve, OH

(216) 394-0616

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What are some things to do in Cleveland?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in Cleveland:

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard Cleveland, OH

(216) 781-7625
The Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Blvd Cleveland, OH

(216) 707-2333
West Side Market
1979 W 25th St Cleveland, OH

(216) 664-3387
Great Lakes Brewing Company
2516 Market Ave Cleveland, OH

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Where should I eat in Cleveland?

Here are some places to eat in Cleveland.

2058 E 4th St Cleveland, OH

(216) 621-5652
900 Literary Rd Cleveland, OH

(216) 771-5652
The Greenhouse Tavern
2038 East 4th Street Cleve, OH

(216) 443-0511
Melt Bar & Grilled
13463 Cedar Road Cleveland Heights, OH

(216) 965-0988
11401 Bellflower Rd Cleve, OH

(216) 791-7880

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What are the closest airports to Cleveland?

If you're flying into Cleveland, you would usually fly into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

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Insider tips about Cleveland

Here's what Trippy members say about Cleveland:

"Restaurants: Go to the Tremont area of town. This borders downtown on the central south side. You will need to drive or take a ride share service from your hotel. Parking is at a premium especially on weekends and holidays. But there is a plethora of really good restaurants. Very causal pizza joint, go to Edison's Pizza Kitchen. It is not fancy but very good thick crust pizzas. Fahrenheit for a nice dinner. Also try the Ohio City​ area near the West Side Market and the Historic Warehouse District. All have a great selection of places to eat and enjoy a cold drink."

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