The capital city of Ohio has been named one of “52 Places to Go in 2019” by The New York Times.
Columbus landed at No. 47 on the list, which gives a travel destination for every week of the year.
“With a revitalized riverfront and booming downtown, Columbus is already one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities.”
The Times mentions the new self-driving shuttles along the Scioto Mile and the newly opened National Veterans Memorial and Museum.
They also add some restaurants to check out in the city including local businesses in the ‘ultracool’ Short North.
“But don’t skip Italian Village and German Village neighborhoods, where innovators and dreamers have opened destination shops like Stump Plants and Vernacular and bars like Cosecha.”
Puerto Rico topped the list, followed by Hampi, Santa Barbara, Panama and Munich.
To view the full list by The New York Times, click here.