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The Cincinnati area has three airports that service the town, the larges of which is the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) located thirteen miles south west of Cincinnati just across the state line in Kentucky's Boone County. Shuttles offer transportation from the airport into Cincinnati for just under thirty bucks so getting around is easy. Situated just across the Kentucky border on the Ohio river, Cincinnati is a thriving metropolitan area that combines a southern taste with a European flare making for a unique community.
The Mount Adams are district and charming river front areas offer plenty of culture for visitors. Founded in 1788, Cincinnati is rich with history. The town named for Cincinnati, a general who, after saving Rome in 458 B.C., returned to his simple life on a farm, refusing to reap any of the rewards of his actions. He inspired a group of revolutionists during the war that they named the town after him. By the early 1800's the city had established a river boat port and it has been growing ever since to become the bustling metropolis that it is today.
The area and its major airports serve millions of visitors every year. Its central location and numerous offerings of public transportation in and around Cincinnati make it an easy city to visit.