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Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky, resting along the Ohio River on the Kentucky-Indiana border. The architecture in Louisville is a mix of old and new, with historic neighborhoods comprised of Victorian homes and towering skyscrapers scattered throughout the downtown area.
The amenities in Louisville are just as diverse as the architecture. Renting in Louisville affords you the opportunity to see the famous Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, learn more about a legend at the Muhammad Ali Center, meet a range of animals at the Louisville Zoo, seek thrills at Kentucky Kingdom, sample the offerings on the Urban Bourbon Trail, bike underground at the Louisville Mega Cavern, check out the latest exhibit at the Speed Art Museum, catch a concert at the KFC Yum! Center, and try some of the many award-winning local restaurants.
Getting around from Louisville is easy with access to Louisville International Airport, TARC, and major roadways..
National Corporate Housing offers furnished apartments & short-term, corporate housing and are located in the finest high-rise and apartment buildings in Downtown Louisville, Hurtsbourne, Jeffersontown, Jeffersonville, Indiana, St. Matthews, Crestwood and more. These locations combined with our award-winning service make National Corporate Housing the leader in Louisville’s corporate housing and short term housing industry.
Louisville is home to the Kentucky Derby, one of the most popular horse races in the country and the first of the three horse races that make up the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Visitors can also check out Louisville's "museum row" that is home to the Frazier International History Museum and the Louisville Science Center. Each year, horse enthusiasts gather Louisville, home of the Kentucky Derby. Aside from equestrian endeavors and bluegrass roots, Louisville offers exciting attractions for the whole family. Central Park, in the historic district, is ideal for people-watching and to get a feel for the city. Other nearby parks offer hiking, biking and fossil finding. The Louisville Slugger Museum excites all baseball fans- it’s easy to spot with its humongous bat that leans against the building
The game of baseball is pretty much synonymous with the city of Louisville, largely due to the long history of the Louisville Slugger, the game’s biggest supplier of bats to the Major Leagues. Visitors can see how it all comes together at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory on the city’s Main Street, where afterward you can try out one of the area’s best restaurants, Hammerheads, for an elk burger coupled with its signature truffle fries.