, the publication that specializes in the whipped-off listicle, has once again included Cleveland in one of its infamous lists. Only this time, it's a flattering inclusion. Compiled with help from a travel editor from Midwest Living
and the publisher of an online guide to the country’s best road trips, "America's Prettiest Neighborhoods" rambles cross-country like an RV on an unending vacation.
In the feature, Cleveland's University Circle gets a nod.
"With a symphony orchestra, an art museum, a natural history museum and planetarium, and a botanical garden, Cleveland’s University Circle offers a wide and exciting array of ways to pass the time, enjoy some high-end food, or consume world-class culture, all within a walkable area of town that features three notable colleges," writes Forbes.
Of University Circle, Kendra Williams, the above-mentioned travel editor, writes, “People from the neighborhood kick off summer with Parade the Circle, a cool mishmash of people wearing artfully made costumes and paper-mache masks,” says Williams. “It is beautiful any time of year, but I was there last October, and the fall color was astounding.”
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