Cleveland Vacation - Deals & Packages!Cleveland is a beautiful lakeside city along Lake Erie in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. It is known as the ‘Rock n Roll Capital’ because of its unparalleled music heritage and the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame that showcases the contributions of superstars like Elvis Presley and John Lennon. It is also an interesting bracket of some world-class museums, cultural events, amusement parks and the most golf courses per capita in the country. Visitors can also enjoy several cultural events plus boating, rowing, canoeing and kayaking amidst some picture-perfect scenery during their Cleveland vacations. It is advisable to book your Cleveland vacation packages well in advance to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices. Cleveland travel packages are a great way to make your vacations cheaper, affordable and hassle-free! The best time to visit Cleveland is late spring (mid-May) and summer season (June to August). The climate is warm and sunny at 60-70 deg F and the city is immersed in a several rounds of festivities. Places of Interest in Cleveland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cleveland’s numero uno highlight, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and museum along the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It focuses to recognize and archive the history of the best-known artists like Elvis Presley, John Lennon and U2. This futuristic megastructure is built into a stunning form of bold geometric forms and dynamic cantilever spaces that give way to support a stunning dual-triangular-shaped glass tent-like assembly. Cleveland Museum of Art The Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, Ohio is one of America’s most visited and fourth wealthiest among all museums. It is home to a remarkable collection of 30000 artworks of Pre-Columbian Art, Native American art, American painting and sculpture, Greek and Roman art, Islamic art, Southeast Asian art and photography. It is home to the Ingalls Library, which is America’s third largest art library and consists of more than 500000 volumes and 500000 digitized slides on different subjects. West Side Market West Side Market is Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market. It had started as an open-air market in 1840 and now caters to more than 100 vendors who sell food and specialty items. Also of note here is a 1912 Classical Byzantine building with an interior concourse and a 137-foot clock tower.