Cincinnati’s remarkable historic architecture once earned it the nickname of the “Paris of America.” The city’s Over the Rhine neighborhood is still home to spectacular landmark buildings, some of which have been converted in to luxury apartments.
Metro runs bus service in the city, across the river to Covington, Kentucky, and an express line runs from downtown to Kenwood, to the north. The historic Andersen Ferry makes a short trip across the river to Hebron, Kentucky, a few times daily. The Cincinnati Bike Center provides secure parking for downtown bicycle commuters at Smale Riverfront Park.
Some errands can be accomplished on foot.
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There are about 2,808 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Cincinnati.
People in Cincinnati can walk to an average of 2 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.
A few nearby public transportation options. Find Cincinnati apartments for rent near public transit.
Cincinnati has some public transportation and about 19 bus lines.
The map above shows how far you can travel in 30 minutes from Cincinnati on public transit.
Cincinnati has about 3 car shares from RelayRides and WeCar.
Minimal bike infrastructure.
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