As Cincinnati is known for its chili, it's a must to try a bowl at one of the restaurants. While you're sampling the food, check out the unique museums, art galleries, and tourist attractions.
- Over-the-Rhine: This is considered the oldest neighborhood in Cincinnati. Historic churches and music venues blend with businesses, retail centers and residential areas.
- Northside: A diverse community abides in Northside like a melting pot for artists, entrepreneurs, and creative artisans. The funky vibe carries over to the local restaurants and cool shops.
- West End: Close to downtown's business district, West End is part residential and part history. The 19th-century architecture and artistic murals make this an attractive place to visit. Dayton Street has the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historical Places.