I’m really excited to interview Tyler Weaver of Relentless Finances about Cincinnati, Ohio. Tyler’s tips for the best things to do in Cincinnati are awesome because he went to college in Cincinnati, moved away for a couple of years, then came back to start his business and invest in the local community. He loves how the city continues to evolve while maintaining a low cost of living.
We share a lot of resources and local suggestions in today’s podcast, but you should also check out Visit Cincy, the local visitor’s bureau. They are a wealth of information and can help you plan an itinerary based on your time, budget, and interests.
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Getting around Cincinnati, Ohio
The local airport is Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), which is a 20-minute drive to downtown.
Tyler says that if you’re staying downtown or in Over The Rhine, there’s no need to rent a car. You can use the city’s Go Metro bus service to get around the city center. Rideshares like Uber and Lyft are excellent ways to get around.
Overall, Cincinnati is a car city, and if you’re not staying downtown or want to explore attractions and restaurants outside the city core, then you’ll want to have a car. For the best offers, visit Avis, Budget, or Hertz.
When you only need a car for a couple of hours, you can rent by the hour with Zipcar. Join now to get $25 loaded into your account.
Places we talked about on the podcast
Here is a map of all of the places we talked about in the podcast episode with Tyler Weaver about Cincinnati, Ohio. You can zoom into the map and click on each dot to explore the city.
- Red dots = best places to eat in Cincinnati, Ohio
- Green dots = best things to do in Cincinnati, Ohio
- Yellow dots = best places to stay in Cincinnati, Ohio
Who is Tyler Weaver?
Tyler Weaver is a home builder, real estate investor, and short-term rental operator looking to help real estate investors build their portfolios and make sense of their first deal. Tyler knows that teaching people how to build a framework for evaluating investments can help them meet their financial goals while providing a well-designed home that meets the buyer’s needs. Unlike other real estate investments, he focuses on infill development and stays on-trend with designs. Tyler has a degree in Real Estate and Finance from the University of Cincinnati. He enjoys boating with family in his spare time and loves teaching his boys water sports.
Here are a few articles that he’s written:
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Stay tuned for our next episode
Listen to the next episode when Amanda Kendle of NotABallerina.com shares the best things to do in Perth, Australia. In this episode, Amanda and I talk about attending the Fringe Festival, seeing Quokkas on Rottnest Island, and exploring Kings Park. We hope you’ll join us when We Travel There.
To learn more about more cities in Ohio, please listen to our other episodes.