How to Reach Cleveland


  • By Air: All flights to Cleveland have a service at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The airport is linked to the City by Red Line Train. You can also hire a cab to get to the City. Other nearest airports are: Akron – Canton Airport, Burke Lakefront and Cuyahoga County (both serving private planes and jets).
  • By Rail: Amtrak station at Cleveland connects the City to the major cities. The only problem is that the trains arrive at the City in the time frame of 1 AM to 5 AM making it a little inconvenient for the passengers.
  • By Bus: Bus service providers like Greyhound and Megabus connect the Cleveland to other major Cities.
  • By Boat: Use the waters of Great Lakes and St Lawrence Seaway to arrive in style at Cleveland. American Canadian Caribbean Line & Great Lakes Cruising Company are service providers.


  • Driving around in your own car or even renting one is a good option in a City like Cleveland which doesn’t have any major traffic issues, roads and streets are marked clearly and the signs at regular intervals telling the visitors exactly where they are.
  • Alternatively, you can make use of effective public transportation system–RTA–bus and rail. Or bike around the City which has a lot of bicycle trails and paths.