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Cheap flights to Ohio

Ohio is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States, ranking 34th largest by land area and the 7th most populous state in the country. The region is bounded on the East by Pennsylvania, on the Northwest by Michigan, to the North by Canada, to the West by Indiana, and Kentucky and West Virginia on the South and Southeast, respectively, making it one of the more important gateways of trade and commerce as it links the Northeast to the Midwest. The region is known to be the “Buckeye State,” and the “Mother of U.S. Presidents,” owing to the fact that Ohio has produced 9 presidents in all.

What to see & do

Museums in Ohio – Ohio is a historical and cultural state of the US, etching in its history some of the more important events in the making of its mother country. It shows in the number of museums and exhibitions in the area that tackles various topics and areas of study. Some museums cover art and art history, some show records of Ohio's colourful past, others remind its visitors of music and magic, while still others tackle the anthropology and culture of the Buckeyes. Popular museums and galleries include the Vent Haven Museum, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Cincinnati Museum Centre, the Clyde Museum, and the American Sign Museum.

Dining in Ohio – Ohio's local cuisine is highly inspired by ‘cooking the American way,’ but interesting flavours appear from time to time, creating a spice-filled twist in regular sandwiches, burgers, or even salads. The more popular fast food diners and restaurants include Tucker's opened in 1946 – an archetypal diner serving shrimp and gits, biscuits and gravy, and other breakfast choices, including the Cincinnati-original breakfast sausage, goetta (herb-spiced pork and oats sausage). Tucker's still has Joe Tucker as its cook (son of the owner), and Ma Tucker – a nonagenarian – as the sous chef. Other restaurants worth the try include Young's Jersey Dairy, Happy Dog, and Terry's Turf Club.

Wineries in Ohio – Along Lake Erie, Ohio has ten state wineries, mostly producing ice wine that distinctly tastes like sweet dessert with a tinge of melon and apricot. Some of the more popular wineries in the area include Debonne Vineyards.

Destinations in Ohio – no, Ohio doesn't only have rolling hills and cows on them – the state has a selection of terrains which make beautiful destinations and cities themselves. The state's riverbanks, lakes, and lagoons make a fresh change, while urban metropolitans rub elbows with green pastures and serene plains. The capital city, Columbus, has its own charm, while Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Toledo are what give the state some spunk. If visiting, don't be restrained by the four main cities and instead explore the other areas such as Dayton and Yellow Sprinks, Erie Lakeshore, Athens, Southeastern Ohio, Amish County, Bass Islands, and Kelley's Islands.

How to get around within Ohio

Most areas in Ohio are easily accessible by private vehicles, while buses offer stop-by-stop trips to all the cities of the state. Hitchhiking is also legal and allowable – especially in the interstates.

How to get there

The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is by far the busiest airport in the region, served by various airlines and covering a rich route of destinations. If planning on flying down the state, the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is a good place to land. Cheap flights from over 600 airlines can be booked through Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online source of the cheapest flights with destinations scattered around the globe. Visit www.skyscanner.com for more information.

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