Cleveland is a little bit Midwest and a little bit East Coast. The northeast Ohio city is touted for its blue-collar ethos, but lesser known is Cleveland’s vibrant cultural scene and its proximity to outdoor attractions. Cleveland is also a musical city — while you’ve probably heard of its storied (and endlessly interesting) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, you might not know of its world-class orchestra. The 70s were a low point for Cleveland, but last couple decades have resulted in a renaissance, ushered in by excellent urban planning and new sports venues and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Scattered throughout the city, you’ll find pockets of funky boutiques, art galleries, fine restaurants and an indelible enthusiasm for the town.