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Music lovers rock on in Cleveland. Home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, millions of travellers book Cleveland flights to pay homage to their music icons. But the city has more to offer than music and lyrics.

Sports fans fly to Cleveland every year to cheer on the Cleveland Browns at Memorial Stadium, the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena and the Indians at Jacobs Field. And what’s a game without a brew? Thankfully, the Great Lakes Brewing Company, the state's first micro-brewery, is located nearby in Cleveland. More academic travellers might find flights to Cleveland for a chance to visit the renowned Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History and the new Great Lakes Science Center.

The Cleveland area has helped boost the Ohio economy as one of the nation’s largest durable goods manufacturing cities. However, like many cities throughout the U.S., Cleveland is also focused on the service sector. Today, the greater Cleveland area is worldwide corporate centre for international companies. Hundreds of business travellers book flights to Cleveland on a daily basis for business conferences and expos in industries including transportation, insurance, retail, commercial banking and finance.

Cleveland climate

The weather in Cleveland follows the Midwest seasonal pattern, but is modified quite strongly by Lake Erie which counters the worst of the heat waves, and makes for a milder winter season than in other northern cities. Humidity is low, which also contributes to making the summers more comfortable. Rainfall in Cleveland is moderate and fairly constant through the year, averaging about three inches a month.

When to fly to Cleveland

Peak Season:

The best time of year to visit Cleveland is during June, July and August, when temperatures are warm and seldom humid, and the city's attractions are bustling with people. September-November  weather is nice in Cleveland and the foliage is pretty, but it does get cool at night.

Off Season:

December, January and February are cold and snowy, but this is also the best time to find a cheap flight to Cleveland and discounted hotel accommodations.

Getting around Cleveland

Downtown Cleveland is fairly small, so you won’t have any trouble getting around by foot or by bus. You may want a car if you’re going to visit the suburbs or outskirts of the city, but you won’t need one downtown.

Cleveland insider information

  • Tempt yourself with a taste of Cleveland. Held annually in August and September, the Taste of Cleveland is a culinary festival that brings together the city's top chefs and food enthusiasts. Taste titbits from the local flare and also some interesting new creations as chef's compete for the "Best of the 'Fest" award.
  • The Slavic Village Harvest Festival is held every August and is one of Cleveland's favourite street fairs. The festival is held in the heart of the city's historic 'Warszawa' neighbourhood, which is home to one of the largest Polish-American communities in the country. The festival brings together the history, traditions, music and food of the Polish community. Visitors are invited to taste the food and attempt the polka.

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Interesting information about Cleveland

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Avg temperature for this monthCleveland4.5 °CSource: World Weather Online
Average monthly rainfall inCleveland87 mmSource: World Weather Online
Average flying time toCleveland9 hrs 39 mins
Rate of exchange inCleveland$1.00 = £0.64Source: Open Exchange Rates
Airlines that fly toClevelandAir France, Iberia and KLM
Available deals toCleveland595
Partners with deals toClevelandFlightcatchers, Belgrave Travel and A1Flightcentre
Number of partners with deals toCleveland18
Lowest flight deal toCleveland£528
Avg flight deal toCleveland£618

 How much do things cost in Cleveland?

  • Bottle of beer (imported beer): £1.68
  • Pair of jeans: £28.80
  • 3 bedroom flat in city centre: £840.64
  • Cheap meal: £6.40
  • Petrol (1 litre): £0.60
  • Cappuccino: £2.14
  • Large bottle of water: £1.07
  • Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre): £0.84
  • One-way ticket (local transport): £1.60
  • Bottle of local beer (0.5 litre): £1.60