5.9 C
New York
Thursday, April 22, 2021

Travel Medical First Aid Kits

Travel liberates us. It teaches us while enriching with experiences no statutory life can. While living it, It brings various situations to the fore,...
More

    Latest Posts

    10 Things to do in Taipei

    Taipei, the capital of Taiwan is known to be a modern metropolis amongst Japanese colonial lanes and also busy shopping streets. There will be...

    Counting Calories When Traveling

    Intoday’s world, life is getting so scheduled and busy that was never before. Earning and education have become so difficult due to the overburdening...

    Arc 1950, a Unique Family Resort in the Alps

    Built just 15 years ago in Savoie, in the heart of the French Alps, this resort is incomparable through its concept. It’s one of...

    Holidays in France are just amazing!

    From shopping malls to low budget picnics France has it all. So if we are talking about winter in France the French ski resorts...

    Planning a Trip to Cleveland on a Budget

    Planning a weekend Cleveland getaway doesn’t need to break the bank. With careful preparation, you can enjoy C-town on the cheap.  Not many things in life are free, but Cleveland provides a surprising number of activities that will leave your wallet full.

    Affordable Places to Stay

    Find Cleveland hotels within your budget at Hipmunk.com. For around $50 or less, you can book a hotel just a short drive away from the city at a Super 8 in Westlake or Strongsville. The airport area offers dozens of cheap options ranging from $50 to $75 – like the Ramada, Howard Johnson Inn, America’s Best Value Inn, Days Inn, or Best Western – many of them with free breakfast as well.

    Cleveland on a Budget
    Cleveland on a Budget

    Cheap Places to Eat

    Start your day with a free meal by picking a hotel with a substantial complimentary breakfast. For lunch, check out Happy Dog on Detroit Avenue, where they will load up your hot dog for $5, or add specialty $1 items like pimento mac and cheese or bourbon baked beans. On Thursdays, get ten cent tacos at Reddstone on West 76th street. Yep! These will only put you back one dime each. Better yet, head to Touch on Loraine Street on Friday nights for free sushi while it lasts!

    Free Museums

    Broaden your mind with a trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Learning Center and Money Museum, International Women’s Air and Space Museum, Cleveland Police Museum, or NASA Glenn Research Center (by reservation only from April through October). Follow Heritage Tourism’s costumed tour guides through the “Take a Hike Tour” program as they lead you through one of Cleveland’s five neighborhoods. The tours each last about 1 1/2 hours and are available from mid-May through mid-September.

    Free Entertainment

    Catch a free show at the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival or the summer concert series from Wednesday through Sunday nights. Party through the week, from Wade Oval Wednesdays (WOW) in University Circle, Lakefront Reservation on Thursdays, Euclid Creek Reservation on Fridays, Legacy Village on Saturdays, and Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market on Sundays. For a day of outdoor fun, head to the beach for an afternoon of kite-flying, sand castle-building, or catching up on your reading.

    Active Lifestyle

    If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, look no further. Cleveland maintains 18 nature reservations with hundreds of acres of preserved wilderness. Meander along a forested trail or trek along a river past cliffs and wildlife. Kids enjoy the interactive exhibits and playrooms inside the free nature centers.

    Bring your bike or your running shoes, as Cleveland boasts some of the most picturesque trails in the area. The Metro Parks Trail winds past the shores of Lake Erie, or head just 30 minutes outside the city to the 84-mile Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath trail. As you meander through the forests of Cuyahoga River Valley, you’ll bike along the river where mules once pulled barges.

    Whatever your passion – museums, entertainment, outdoor activities, or food adventures – Cleveland offers a myriad of options for the traveler on a budget.

    Planning a Trip to Cleveland
    Planning a Trip to Cleveland

    Laura Roberts is a freelance travel writer who has worked with clients such as Hipmunk. She loves the thrill of exploring a new place, whether it requires crossing a county line or another hemisphere.

     

    Latest Posts

    10 Things to do in Taipei

    Taipei, the capital of Taiwan is known to be a modern metropolis amongst Japanese colonial lanes and also busy shopping streets. There will be...

    Counting Calories When Traveling

    Intoday’s world, life is getting so scheduled and busy that was never before. Earning and education have become so difficult due to the overburdening...

    Arc 1950, a Unique Family Resort in the Alps

    Built just 15 years ago in Savoie, in the heart of the French Alps, this resort is incomparable through its concept. It’s one of...

    Holidays in France are just amazing!

    From shopping malls to low budget picnics France has it all. So if we are talking about winter in France the French ski resorts...

    Don't Miss

    Popular Types of Accommodation for Brisbane City Stays

    The city of Brisbane in the sunny state of Queensland is home to some great tourist attractions and boasts a large number of things...

    7 Must Visit Destinations to Truly Embrace Dubai

    Wondering why countless tourists fly to Dubai each year? There is no other way about it — you simply have to set foot in...

    How to build the strong team relationship with altitude Trampoline Park?

    The corporate world is huge, and you cannot survive there alone. You need to work in a team for successfully achieving the goals of...

    Your Destination for a Once In a Lifetime Moment

    A special moment like your upcoming nuptials only comes around once in a lifetime. Create and experience the ceremony you’ve always dreamed of by...

    Best Travel Destionations for an Amateur Astronomer

    If you are an amateur astronomer and you are out of ideas with regard to where you should go next to look at the...

    Stay in touch

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.