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City Guide:

     Lexington is called the Heart of Kentucky.

     Located right in the heart of Bluegrass Region, Lexington has absorbed the easy spirit of Kentucky from bourbon drinking after sunset to basketball games at the open-air stadiums and horse racing in the natural beauty of Lexington’s surroundings.

     You can choose whatever adventures you like in Lexington, while offers you a huge variety of hotels in Lexington. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Lexington to luxury one all available with maps, photos and secure forms at

     If you are not very skilled in horse racing you do consider a guided tour to one of the region's 450 horse farms. Otherwise, you can spend a day at Kentucky's renowned bourbon distilleries like Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace and Boulevard Distillers - all within 30 minutes from Lexington. There you will be excited with the technologies that make the best whiskey in the world in Kentucky.

     For family adventure try the Explorium of Lexington, a children's museum with exhibits like the Doctor Kids Clinic, the Bubble Zone, and the Wonder Woods nature area. Other attractions include;

- The Kentucky Theatre, a historic cinema with beautiful architecture at downtown on Main Street

- Mary Todd Lincoln House, a home Abraham Lincoln’s wife

- Waveland State Historic Site, built in 1848 by Joseph Bryan, a nephew of Daniel Boone

- Hunt-Morgan House, an exemplary of striking architecture and was built by the first millionaire west of the Alleghenies, John Hunt-Morgan

     Lexington is a child of a big political contest. The city was connected with the establishment of Morrow County, and the main goal was to win a status for governmental seat. It had to contest with Heppner for this honor, but was beaten.

     Anyway, the town was blessed with important manufacturing facilities and thrived on this business till the great fire burned the principal business district to ashes. Joseph Cannon and James Bradley were sentenced to five years each for this fire, but it took huge efforts for the city to recover from the severe shock.

     Today Lexington re-emerged as prosperous manufacturing and technology hub with most of its population of 436,684 residents employed in this business.

     Whether you travel to Lexington for business or leisure, you should consult to book a comfortable hotel at the lowest possible price.

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