Located in the southwest corner of Ohio, bordering Kentucky, Cincinnati is home to the Cincinnati Reds, the Bengals, and the famous “Cincinnati Chili” that everyone craves. Cincinnati is an affordable, safe city with a healthy community culture that encourages walking and still enjoys a pint of beer. The University of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center are just a couple of the possibilities for higher education, or if you’re interested in the culinary arts, the acclaimed Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State is at your service.
Cincinnati has an extensive public transit system, which is made of up the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky, the Clermont Transportation Connection, and Amtrak, which makes trips each week from Chicago to New York. The city is also made up of an outer belt highway system, with Interstates 275, 471, 71, 74, 22, 25, 27, 42, 50, 52, and 127 all connecting with each other at some point. There are also several different freight rail trains that run in and out of Cincinnati.