Cincinnati - State of Ohio
Fortune Magazine's Places Rated Almanac, Employment Review, and Entrepreneur Magazine rates Greater Cincinnati Ohio area as one of the best U.S. cities to live, work and do business.
A key reason for its good rating is the outstanding variety of cultural, recreational, entertainment and sports activities available in this area, Ohio real estate with its reasonably priced housing and Cincinnati's low crime rate, 4th lowest among major U.S. metro areas.
Located in the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, Greater Cincinnati spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. Winston Churchill called Cincinnati "the most beautiful inland city in America." The metropolitan Cincinnati population is almost two-million people.
Here are some examples of what makes Cincinnati such a good place to live or visit...
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - The "sexiest zoo" in the country (as named by Newsweek Magazine), a leader in successfully breeding wild animals.
The Cincinnati Art Museum - One of the 10 finest general art museums in the U.S.
Excellent Symphony Orchestra, Opera and Ballet companies.
Paramount's Kings Island - Entertainment Capital of the Midwest and one of America's premier family theme parks - 350 acres of world-class thrills and family fun and attractions.
Great restaurants - from five-star dining to five-way chili, Greater Cincinnati is known for its fine dining and has more stars from Mobil Guide than most other cities its size.
Major league sports - Cincinnati Reds Baseball and Cincinnati Bengals football.
Headquarters to many Fortune 500 Corporations, among them Procter & Gamble Company; Eagle-Picher; Chiquita Brands; Fifth Third Bancorp; Kroger; American Financial; Ohio Casualty.
A downtown that is compact, vibrant, safe, and used constantly along the beautiful, meandering Ohio River. There is a full menu of riverboat cruises on the Ohio River - luncheon, dinner, sightseeing, dance and romantic moonlight river cruises.