According to a new ranking from Livability, Cincinnati is one of the top 100 places in which to live in the United States.
Known for its historic architecture and a cost of living nearly 10 percent below the national average, Cincy is home to a number of major companies, including Kroger, Macy’s and Procter & Gamble. It ranks high in the education sector due to the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University, and the Reds and Bengals are huge draws as well.
Locally-owned restaurants all over the city, and festivals like Taste of Cincinnati keep the foodies coming back for more.
Read more about Cincinnati and the other 99 cities on the list here.