17136
Ohio
Signature City Cleveland: Renaissance in the Rust Belt
Gain a comprehensive understanding of Cleveland as you discover iconic theatres, renowned museums, famed botanical gardens and fascinating insight from local experts.
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Program No. 17136RJ
Length
6 days
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899
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Gayle
(5)

Coming from another Rust Belt city, Detroit, I was anxious to witness their progress. Wow! What a city! Their cultural attractions are in one area. Their theatre district is in another area. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is near the waterfront. All these places accessible by public transportation. I was impressed. I will be going to Cleveland again!

Anne
(5)

This tour of Cleveland is an eye opener, I had a neutral opinion of Cleveland before, and now I sing the praises of this city. There is a lot of walking and most transportation is on public buses.

Jane
(5)

This trip was fantastic! Every day there were a number to wonderful things we visited. The Cleveland Clinic, the Art Museum, the Botanical Garden, Severance Hall, Playhouse Square and much more. This is an up and coming city well worth a visit. Accommodations, food, and transportation were all exceptional. Take this trip and find out that this is a city in which you might want to live. Our guide, Karen, also shared her love of this city with us and her enthusiasm was contagious. My friend and I really enjoyed it.

Margaret
(5)

Website is very user friendly.

Al
(5)

This is a great program for learning enough about Cleveland that you can revisit the city on your own and get around using public transportation. You will see a lot of the attractions that might bring you back to the city on this program. The program is not overly strenuous, but you will need to be in good walking shape. You will not need to do high speed walking. The program is not appropriate for anyone who needs a walker or wheel chair to get around. The Drury Plaza hotel is superb, with excellent complimentary breakfast and light supper offerings, and a first class complimentary happy hour with wine, beer, and cocktails. Unfortunately, our program schedule often took us away from happy hour, and we were not able to fully enjoy this perk offered by our hotel. Perhaps the early evening program schedule can be adjusted a bit in the future.

Barbara
(5)

Cleveland is so much more than the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Though that attraction and how Cleveland fits into the history of Rock n Roll is interesting, there is so much more to learn about what one down and out midwestern city has and is contributing to America. It's worth visiting to find out.

John
(5)

Cleveland is an amazing city. I was very impressed with how that fact was presented.

Lynn
(5)

Excellent well run program. Cleveland is an interesting city.

Elaine
(5)

Great overview of Cleveland with excellent instructors and tour guides.






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