If you fly from Las Vegas to Cincinnati for work or to connect with family, you will gain an opportunity to visit one of the largest historic landmarks in the country. Your trip begins with a drive down I-215 to McCarran International Airport (LAS). Most flights are approximately four hours long, so you'll have time to check online for shows at the Riverbend Music Center. This outdoor amphitheater is a popular destination to enjoy your favorite bands.
If you're in town for a NASCAR race, the Kentucky Speedway is approximately 40 minutes away from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). If you need to cool off from the flight, head to Coney Island Water Park in Cincinnati. You may also want to tour some of the cultural and historical landmarks, including the Harriet Beecher Stowe House and the Heritage Village Museum.
Once you arrive at the CVG airport, take a shuttle to the rental car lots or arrange for executive transportation to pick you up. Taxis are waiting outside baggage claim as well. The warmest time to fly from Las Vegas to Cincinnati is May through September. Temperatures typically average between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit during these months, but temperatures can easily drop below 30 degrees the rest of the year.
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