Getting to Cincinnati
If you choose to fly to Cincinnati you should expect the flight to be around 2 hours. However, there are only two flights per week that travel to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) so be sure to book ahead of time. If you choose to drive to Cincinnati, take I-59 N and I-65 N which will take you around 12 hours.

Transportation from CVG
Once you’ve arrived at CVG there are several options for you to travel downtown. CVG has ten rental car companies from you to choose from with a shuttle from baggage claim arriving every 5-10 minutes to take you to your desired company. If you choose to take a van or car service the fare will cost you about $26 to go downtown, handicap accessible vehicles can be reserved in advance. Call 859-261-8841 for more information or visit them online.

Taxi services are available starting at $34 to take fans downtown. Visit Baggage Claim Door 5 to find your desired taxi. Public transportation is also an option through the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK). If fans would like to use an app-based rideshare program such as Uber or Lyft, they can be found outside of the doors behind Baggage Claim #1. The rate for a ride to downtown Cincinnati starts at $19.

Getting to Paul Brown Stadium
If you’re going with a group to the game, download the Rally Bus app and take a shuttle bus to the stadium. Look for the game on their event schedule here.

Uber and Lyft will also take you to and from the arena. For a ride to the arena just open your app and type in ‘Paul Brown Stadium’ and a driver will be there shortly to take you to the stadium. When leaving the stadium, head to the designated pickup zone on the south side of 2nd street, between Elm Street and Race Street to request a ride. There will be signs directing you to the designated location.

Parking at Paul Brown Stadium
If you choose to drive to the game, it’s advised to pre-purchase your parking spot online on the day of the game HERE. Lots 1, A, B, D, E, & F open 4 hours prior to kick off. Garages CRG West, CRG Mid, & UE open a 6 hours prior to kick off. Visit here for more information on parking and to find additional parking.

RV Parking
Paul Brown Stadium allows fans to tailgate in parking lots surrounding the stadium however there are no designated lots on stadium ground. Lots affiliated with the stadium open four hours prior to game time. Longworth Hall is a popular tailgating location for Bengals fans. The stadium’s Central Parking office will be happy to answer questions; contact then directly at 513-946-8100.

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