Cleveland is served by two airports: the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Burke Lakefront Airport. The latter operates mainly business flights. From the airport, it is a 15-minute drive to the campus and if you take the Red Line rapid transit, the journey will be around 20 minutes and includes a bus connection downtown. If driving, take I-77 from the South and I-90 from the East and West.
The city is the second largest in Ohio and has a strong cultural side. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame provides an experience of music history, you’ll find rare artifacts such as the manuscript of Jimi Hendrix. Art lovers should head to the Cleveland Museum of Art for its astounding collection while the Botanical Garden is an oasis of tranquility that showcases flora and fauna from around the globe in 20 distinct gardens.
Cleveland and the surrounding areas have an interesting array of shops that will please any shopper. The Tower City is home to over 75 specialty shops, restaurants, and cinemas. Two multi-purpose shopping cities, Crocker Park in Westlake and Legacy Village in Lyndhurst are must-shop places.