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Cleveland, OH Local Guide

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is perhaps one of the most quintessential shrines to contemporary history in America. The hall calls Cleveland home, and it is just one of the many things that makes this unassuming Ohio city one of the most interesting places in America.

Cleveland is home to just under 400,000 people. In addition to loving Rock and Roll, the people of Cleveland are nearly rabid sports fans, supporting the Browns, the Indians and the Cavaliers. Anyone who remembers the drama surrounding Lebron James both leaving and returning to the Cavaliers can see how intensely Cleveland fans take their sports teams. Besides sports, the city is also a hub for education. Case Western Reserve University is just one of many higher education facilities in Cleveland, although it is by far the most acclaimed.

Finding a Cleveland Apartment

When to search

It is a very good idea to avoid looking in Cleveland during the winter months if at all possible. The availability is so low that your options will feel extremely limited. If you can wait until May to start your apartment search, you will find that you've got ample options to find a suite that matches your requirements nicely.

Staying in the know

Take the time to look for a place close to school or work when you're apartment hunting in Cleveland. Although the city is easy enough to navigate, it is large enough that transit times can become problematic if you're hunting in the wrong part of the city.


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Life in Cleveland

Transportation

Wide streets and great signage make Cleveland one of the easiest places to drive in America. As long as you stay off the interstates during the morning and afternoon rush hours, you should find driving in this city much easier than in others of a similar size. You can also hop on the "The Rapid", three train routes that cut across most of the city to connect travelers to the most common destinations and frequently visited neighborhoods in the city.

Where to play

In sports crazed Cleveland, taking in an Indians, Browns or Cavs game is a great way to get immersed in the kind of fun the locals enjoy. Lake Erie provides ample opportunity for any watersport you could possibly enjoy, including the best fishing of any of the Great Lakes. Downtown Cleveland is a destination within itself. The shopping, dining and drinking available in this region makes it a great place to head to and tour around on foot.

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