Covington, Kentucky

Covington is a medium-sized city built at the conflux of the Licking and Ohio Rivers in Kenton County, Kentucky. Founded in 1815, Covington has a large number (16) of National Register historic districts, such as MainStrasse Village, Licking-Riverside, and Wallace Woods. It is a very fascinating destination for arts and culture enthusiast since it is famous for its numerous art galleries most of which are concentrated in the Covington Arts District. Other major Covington attractions include the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, the Garden of Hope, the Carnegie Visual & Performing Arts Center, Devou Park Bandshell & the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, the Railway Museum, and much much more. Regarding budget accommodation, most of the and nearby Covington offer good value-for-money rooms for under $75 per night.