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Ohio- the three big C's and a bonus

Cincinnati

Cincinnati is perfectly located on the Ohio River and is also called "Pearl of the West" or "Queen City". From the viewing platform on the 49th floor of the Carew Tower, you have a magnificent view of the city and you are sure to discover your next destination. Because Cincinnati is famous for its 19th century architecture. Also noteworthy: The Cincinnati Reds were the first professional baseball team in the USA. Attending a game is definitely a must during your high school in Ohio!

Cleveland

If you love music, exercise, food, or all three, Cleveland should definitely be on your note. Visit the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame and marvel at the outfits and instruments of the most famous American musicians. Buy tickets to a game of the Cleveland Brows (American football), Cleveland Indians (baseball) or Cleveland Cavalliers (basketball star Lebron James plays here). Thanks to Cleveland's excellent location on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie, you will also get your money's worth as an outdoor fan - go hiking, cycling, horse riding, climbing or try out a water sport such as canoeing, paddle boarding or sailing.

Columbus

Columbus is the capital of Ohio and has a lot of top sights to offer, including the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, the famous Ohio State University and the German Village - this district with its cobblestone streets and small cafes is especially good if you are homesick Worth a visit. In addition, sporting events take place in Columbus all year round, so you're sure to find your new favorite team to cheer on!

Bonus: Dayton

Ohio is also rightly called the birthplace of aviation, as the famous Wright brothers are originally from Dayton, Ohio. Wilbur and Orville Wright invented and flew the first aircraft in history! The car of your host family will not only adorn the slogan "Birthplace of Aviation", in Dayton you will also get your money's worth as an airplane fanatic. Be sure to pay a visit to the National Museum of the United Air Force, because there you can marvel at over 300 aircraft - including President John F. Kennedy's Air Force One.