Out-of-Town Patients Visiting Cleveland
Many patients now choose to travel for their cosmetic treatments in order to receive the best possible care and enjoy a quiet and anonymous recovery period. No longer are patients limited to their own local area when looking for the most trusted and experienced doctors to meet their cosmetic needs.
As a board certified plastic surgeon in Cleveland, Dr. Bram Kaufman works with patients from all over the world who want expert care in a private, convenient setting. Dr. Kaufman’s staff is dedicated to making the process positive for our out-of-town patients, and we will work with you every step of the way to ensure your travels and surgical experience are safe, successful, and convenient.
If this is your first time in the Cleveland area, here is a little information about our city:
If you are visiting Cleveland, OH for the first time, you may find it hard to decide what to see and what to skip. This Upper Midwest City has so much to offer, and the choices can become particularly tough if you have only limited time at hand.
Typical of the Great Lakes region, Cleveland has a continental climate with four seasons, which lies in the humid continental zone. Summers are warm and humid while winters are cold and snowy. The Lake Erie shoreline is contributes to the lake effect snow that is typical in Cleveland from mid-November until late January or early February.
Of all the diverse and eclectic neighborhoods that constitute Cleveland, Downtown Cleveland probably draws the maximum footfalls. The area’s tourist district, North Coast Harbor, is home to popular attractions, such as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Steamship William G. Mather Maritime Museum, Great Lakes Science Center, and USS Cod Submarine Memorial.
If you prefer taking a stroll in the park, choose Voinovich Bicentenial Park. Here you can experience serene Lake Erie views and artistic landscaping. The entertainment hub of Downtown Cleveland comes alive after sunset. If possible, you should catch a Broadway show in Playhouse Square for a memorable experience.
Winterfest (held in Public Square) is the city’s official kickoff to the holiday season in November. You can enjoy festive holiday trees, twinkling lights, caroling, horse-drawn carriage rides, and holiday-themed performances here during this time.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
This is the city’s most iconic attraction, where millions of people flock every year. Built as a temple to the rock-music gods, this pyramidal building showcases a treasure trove of priceless artifacts once touched or worn by some of the finest recording artists in the genre’s history.
Lake Erie has over 30 islands, but visitors often choose Kelleys and South Bass Islands. The latter is home to the world’s largest geode. Ferries to the Lake Erie islands leave from Lorain, Sandusky, Catawba Island, Port Clinton, and Marblehead.
If you love food, Cleveland has a lot to offer you. Apart from the numerous food tours, wineries and breweries, the city boasts an array of finest eateries and top chefs. This all-American city will serve you the best in all-American classic cuisine.
Whether you are looking for a fine dining restaurant, a trendy club, or a hole in the wall bar, Cleveland has something for everyone. The city is also home to a diverse European population, which has added to its range of eateries offering global cuisine.
If you plan to stay in Downtown Cleveland, you may consider the following options for hotels:
- Hilton Garden Inn
- Aloft Cleveland Downtown
- Comfort Inn Downtown
If you prefer a hotel not very far from Cleveland airport, consider these:
- Sheraton Cleveland Airport Hotel
- Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Airport
- Cleveland Airport Marriott
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is located in Cleveland, Ohio, just nine miles southwest of the downtown area and adjacent to the Glenn Research Center, one of NASA’s top field centers.
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