Traveling through Columbus by limo buses
Standing proud as the capital as well as the largest city in the state of Ohio, Columbus is a massive metropolitan area known for its massive amount of important American history, the ‘Ohio’ countryside, and an amazing string of public parks. Whether it be the historic German history or the Old Oaks, there are so many beautiful neighborhoods and districts in Columbus, it’ll be hard to see it all in one trip.
Located in downtown Columbus the luxury hotel Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square is a perfect place to spend the night while you are in town. Just a few miles down the street from the Port Columbus International Airport is the Hilton Columbus at Easton which has curb side pick up available for travelers needing rides.
There aren’t many cities as promising as Columbus when it comes to beautiful landscapes. It is littered with lofty buildings which host corporate and residential blocks. There are two water reservoirs, Alum Lake and Hoover Reservoir, situated in the immediate outskirts of the city. You will find amusement parks and recreational areas along these lakes, where you can witness extremely catchy views of the city skyline, especially in the evening. These spots also present extremely amazing sunsets with lofty buildings in the backdrop.
The state of Ohio is present on the northern edge of the country. So, the weather is very pleasant during summers, moderate during fall, and extremely chilly in winters. Therefore, you can enjoy varying seasons all year long.
Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical
|Flying into Port Columbus International Airport|
The Port Columbus International Airport is commonly seen as a small, and therefore, inefficient airport, but because of the small-town feel of the facility, there’s actually an even better sense of efficiency and communication amongst the staff. With a variety of food choices in the main court, a variety of parking options (from weekly to monthly), and a helpful staff, you’ll be sure to get to where you’re going with no problem at all.
|Columbus Airport Transportation|
There are currently no shuttles scheduled according to the airport website, meaning it’s probably best to refer to taxi services. Most shuttles that are available for pickup are privately owned, including Arch Express, The Beat, and American Livery Service. If you’d rather get transportation through a charter bus, you can get in touch with AC Coach Operations, America Interstate, or Bliss Charters, all of which offer pickup and drop off services to a variety of locations.
|Nearby hotels in Columbus|
For a 3-star stay in a contemporary hotel, visit the Courtyard Columbus Downtown, a great facility that offers an indoor pool as well as free Wi-Fi! If you’re more in the mood for something efficient, visit the Ramada Columbus Polaris, a 2-star budget hotel with a 3-star feel, offering free breakfast, a pool, as well as free Wi-Fi.
If you’d like some Bavarian or German delicacies, try the delicious Schmidt’s, a restaurant the offers live oompah acts as well as other traditional European dishes. For a taste of some at-home American food, however, you can grab a bite to eat at the tasty and affordable Northstar Café in the Short North, a modern café and bakery that’s great, whether you’re a single person or a huge family.
|Things to do in Columbus|
Because Columbus, Ohio has close ties to Germany, take a walk through history by visiting the German Village, a great place for taking a stroll through gorgeous shops as well as admiring the old school architecture of the street. If Germany Village doesn’t interest you, visit the Short North Arts District for an impressive look at great antiques and a variety of free galleries.