Reviewed on Jul 8, 2020
The heart of the Midwest’s glittering metropolis has many offerings, from shopping and dining to parks, museums and exciting contemporary public art.
Shopaholics need look no further this glittering street packed with boutique and luxury shops, famous department stores and cafes.
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Bordered roughly by the surrounding elevated train circuit, this Chicago neighborhood has restaurants, galleries, parks and a giant silver bean.
Known for its fantastic nightlife, stunning river views, and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in River North. Top attractions like House of Blues Chicago and Chicago Riverwalk are major draws. Catch the metro at Chicago Station (Brown Line) or Merchandise Mart Station to see more of the city.
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Consider a visit to Grandparents Park and take some time to enjoy the abundant dining options during your time in O'Hare. If you want to see more of the city, jump on the metro at Cumberland Station or Rosemont Station.
Travelers to Chicago give high marks for the popular theater scene, interesting architecture, and fascinating museums. Vibrant and scenic, this city will delight tourists with its art, monuments, and entertainment choices. Top sights in the city include Millennium Park, Chicago Cultural Center, and Ford Center for the Performing Arts Oriental Theatre.
Known for its theaters, museums, and art, the city's cultural venues include Chicago Cultural Center, Ford Center for the Performing Arts Oriental Theatre, and Chicago Theatre. Attractions like Skydeck Ledge, John G. Shedd Aquarium, and Navy Pier are fun for kids of all ages. The city is notable for its monuments and landmarks like Willis Tower, Chicago Riverwalk, and Buckingham Fountain.
In Chicago, you'll be able to select from 1741 hotels and other lodging accommodations so you'll have plenty of choices for your holiday retreat. Here you'll find top ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Chicago include Millennium Park, Merchandise Mart, and Wrigley Building.
With so many ways to get around, seeing Chicago is simple. Nearby metro stations include Monroe Station (Red Line), Monroe Station (Blue Line), and Adams-Wabash Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Millennium Station, Chicago Van Buren Street Station, or Chicago Union Station.