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Columbus Ohio is a treat for the senses, with galleries, museums and a fragrant botanic garden that's a relaxing urban retreat. Wander boulevards of shops and explore historic districts full of quirky sights. Head away from the city centre to discover the region's creative personality that has a distinctively European flavour. You'll find offbeat bars, cool cafés and modern restaurants with a youthful vibe – as well as plenty of beer.
Hostels in Columbus Ohio feel like a home-away-from-home. You'll find some hostels in converted houses with free breakfasts and others with the added luxury of a hot tub in the garden – just the place to meet other travellers. There are often freebies like Wi-Fi, parking and air con in a Columbus Ohio hostel, and you'll have the use of a kitchen, common room and outdoor terrace for socialising.
Discover Columbus through its eclectic neighbourhoods like the colourful Short North Arts District. This hub of local creativity has galleries and street murals alongside independent fashion and vintage boutiques and avant-garde restaurants. A favourite area for nightlife is the vibrant Italian Village, with live music and breweries serving craft beers in slick taprooms. Stop by the German Village for quaint 1850s architecture and a European-themed dining scene. Close by is the historic Brewery District, a former industrial quarter that's now full of live music venues and theatres.
In Columbus there's plenty to see and do. Get a taste of local life at North Market, where there are two floors of small eateries cooking a range of delicious fare like fresh pizza, sushi and homemade bread. Cheer the city's Minor League Baseball team at a Columbus Clippers game at Huntington Park, where you can enjoy views of the illuminated city skyline at the same time. For a different kind of city adventure, try zip-lining through the treetops, or go for a brewery and distillery tour.
To reach the city, fly into John Glenn Columbus International Airport, just 9km east of Downtown. From the airport, jump on the AirConnect shuttle that reaches Columbus' centre in 30 minutes, and they depart every 30 minutes. For a faster option, there are taxis which will have you in the city in around half the time. Greyhound buses also run to Columbus several times a day from Cincinnati and Cleveland. In the city you can walk or bike between sights or jump on the free Downtown circulator, CBUS.