Cleveland Trip

Trip to Cleveland

Sports lovers unite in Cleveland! Besides being home to the Browns, Cavs, and Indians, a trip to Cleveland brings you within an arm’s reach of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Museum of Art, and the West Side Market, and much more. Considered much more than a “rust belt” city, Cleveland offers one of the best cities for hiking, amazing food along Restaurant Row, and a lively music scene.It’s no wonder why Cleveland trips attract millions of visitors annually from all over the globe. Why should you take a bus trip to Cleveland? Pack your appetite and read on for our favorite things to do on a Cleveland trip!
Bus to Cleveland

Top 5 things to do on a Cleveland trip

  1. Shop in the West Side Market
  2. Check out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  3. Catch a Browns, Cavs, or Indians game
  4. Go for a hike in the Cleveland Metropark
  5. Walk along the Canal Towpath

If you’ve never been to Cleveland, you owe yourself a proper adventure of exploring the history and culture it provides.

For the nature lovers and outdoorsmen, Cleveland is nearby to plenty of beautiful parks and lakes in the Cleveland MetroPark.

In addition, numerous tours can help you navigate downtown and there are plenty of attractions, such as shopping in the West Side Market or the famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Throughout Cleveland you’ll be able to marvel at its historic architecture, shop and dine downtown, visit museums, and much more.

We’ll try to help simplify your Cleveland trip by providing some our favorite hotels, shops, and restaurants listed below!

Transportation options in Cleveland

Our bus to Cleveland takes you to the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center, 2115 East 22nd Street right on the campus of Cleveland State University in Downtown.

Learn more about our most popular routes to Cleveland.

Upon your arrival, getting around on your Cleveland trip will be a breeze. Besides downtown being easily walk-able, there are many transportation options.

Take advantage of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, or RTA for public bus and rail.

Alternatively, taxis and Ubers are readily available as well.

Best places to stay in Cleveland

After your long exhaustive day of sight-seeing, you’re going to need a place to crash. Cleveland is widely known for its amenities and extensive hotel accommodations.

There are plenty of hotels to choose from, making a Cleveland trip accessible for any traveler.

The most lavish hotels in Cleveland would be the 9 Cleveland or the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland, putting you in a central location to many of the city’s sights.

Alternatively, many hotels such as Travelodge, Comfort Inn, or Airbnb’s are available at a lower cost and offer plenty of travel options for your trip to Cleveland.

Nightlife in Cleveland

The rocking and rolling in Cleveland doesn’t end when the Hall of Fame museum closes to the public. From microbreweries to clubs and live music, Cleveland nightlife offers something for everyone.

If you’re looking for a local renowned microbrewery, make sure to visit Great Lakes Brewing Company.

Visit Society Lounge in the Gateway District for a swanky cocktail bar and chic atmosphere.

For a more unique experience, check out the Bourbon Street Barrel Room for a French Quarter atmosphere, Cajun/Creole style cuisine and drink menu.

Where to shop on your Cleveland trip

Whether you’re seeking retail therapy or looking to represent your team, downtown Cleveland will be sure to meet your needs.

There will be no shortage of shopping options while you’re in the limits of Cleveland and each walkable neighborhood offers a collection of restaurants, retailers, and shops.

When in artsy Tremont, you’ll find a wide variety of restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques.

Tower City Center on Public Square in downtown is a huge indoor mall offering plenty of retailers, luxury shops, and restaurants.

No trip to Cleveland would be complete without visiting the West Side Market, the oldest market space in Cleveland. You’ll find over 100 vendors offering up some of the greatest food in the city.

Best free things to do in Cleveland

  1. Cleveland Museum of Art
  2. Lake View Cemetery
  3. Cleveland Institute of Music
  4. West Side Market
  5. Rockefeller Greenhouse

Even the most frugal of travelers will find something to love on their Cleveland trip.

Home to many lakes and parks, the outdoor attractions are of no cost to you. In addition, many of the Cleveland museums are free to the public, such as the Cleveland Museum of Art.

You can even soak in the culture on your trip to Cleveland by walking through the West Side Market, where it often will be buzzing with activity.

Benefits of taking a bus trip to Cleveland

  • free Wi-Fi and personal power outlets
  • free onboard entertainment with Megabus RIDE
  • reserved seating
  • fares starting at just $1*

When booking a Cleveland trip, you’re looking for the lowest costs, trip flexibility, and the best means to arrive comfortably and safely.

Look no further, because megabus offers the easiest and most affordable options for traveling to Cleveland, with fares as low as $1*.

With the money you save on bus tickets to Cleveland, you’ll be left with more to spend on your upcoming Cleveland trip.

Megabus serves more than 100 cities and university campuses across North America, allowing you to choose the bus stop nearest to you and select your flexible schedule for your Cleveland trip.

This will ensure that when you arrive, you can immediately begin exploring the beauty of Cleveland.

On your Cleveland trip, you’ll be offered the highest level of comfort and safety as well as amenities such as onboard restrooms, individual power outlets, three-point seatbelts, reclining seats, free Wi-Fi and onboard entertainment subject to availability.

So if you’re planning on taking a Cleveland trip, book your ticket with us today to reserve your seat and see our first-class amenities firsthand.