Chicago Travel Guide


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    Chicago city is a world-class metropolis! It is known to be the heart of America and the land of the famous Abraham Lincoln. It is also rich in culture, architecture, culinary, and history. This place offers an open road historic attraction, captivating big city treats, stunning top-notch architectu...

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Hotels in Chicago (130 Hotels) See All Chicago Hotels

  • Hotel Monaco Chicago, a Kimpton Hotel

    Located in Chicago, Hotel Monaco Chicago, a Kimpton Hotel is a finest hotel opportunely found alongside Vietnam Veterans Fountain, Emerald Loop and Chicago Opera Theater....

  • Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

    Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago is among the ideal, premium places to remain in Chicago. Beautifully found nearby The Spa at Trump Chicago, Rebar and Chuan Spa,...

  • The Peninsula Chicago

    Located within Chicago, The Peninsula Chicago is a finest hotel comfortably situated around Second City Pizza Tours, Saks Fifth Avenue and Spa at the Peninsula Chicago. M...

  • Hotel Burnham, a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Burnham, a Kimpton Hotel is among the ideal, premium places to lodge in Chicago. Beautifully found close to Picasso Statue, Christkindlmarket and Macy's on State St...

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Things To Do in Chicago See All Things To Do in Chicago

  • Millennium Park

    Millennium Park

    201 E Randolph St

    Millennium Park is a public park located in the Loop community area of Chicago in Illinois, USA and ...

    Activities, Attractions, Outdoors, Entertainment, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • House Of Blues

    House Of Blues

    329 N Dearborn St

    House of Blues Chicago opened in 1996, Modeled after the "Estavovski" Opera House and is located in...

    Attractions, Lifestyle, Activities, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Nightlife, Entertainment
  • Cloud Gate

    Cloud Gate

    736 W Irving Park Rd

    Cloud Gate (also known as "The Bean") is a public sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapo...

    Attractions, Activities, Lifestyle, Historical Sites, Outdoors, Food and Drink
  • Art Institute

    Art Institute

    111 S Michigan Ave

    The Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) is an encyclopedic art museum located in Chicago's Grant Park. It...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture

About Chicago

Chicago city is a world-class metropolis! It is known to be the heart of America and the land of the famous Abraham Lincoln. It is also rich in culture, architecture, culinary, and history. This place offers an open road historic attraction, captivating big city treats, stunning top-notch architecture, and many more that will sure to satisfy your travel’s indulgence. So if you’re in for a complete full pack travel treat, take our advice and you’ll be sure to make the most of your every waking moment in this wondrous city. Take a road trip and visit the famous Route 66. Many stories have been told about this road, one scarier than the other, but the truth is, this iconic stretch is the best way to relive the past. This road is a legend for a reason and there’s no better way to understand its significance than to pass through the road yourself. Along the way, you can stop over for some classic burger and fries at the road’s diner or enjoy a movie at a drive-in theater, and of course, experience the thrill and the exciting feeling of those quirky and odd roadside attractions, which can become creepy when you drive by night. Millennium Park. Be mesmerized by the spectacular collections of public art and capture your experience in still photo. The most famous of them all is “The Bean”, made by Anish Kappo, a British artist, which has taken over the hearts of many visitors and locals in the area. This place also hosts both indoor and outdoor events, one of which is the Family Fun Festival where they have hands-on activities for you and your kids or some family performances that the whole family can watch for free. Watch a performance in the Pritzker Pavilion and have a picnic under Frank Gehry’s one of a kind work of art; it is sure to be an amazing experience that no one should miss out on.If you’re up for a late night and you’re feeling luck, have some wild and crazy night in the riverboat gambling casinos. Head to East Chicago where you can find some of the top riverboat gambling casinos and get ready to throw away some cash for a night to remember. When you’re all out of dough, go to Fast Eddie’s Bon Air for some food and wine and live music.Walk through the eight block stretch of Michigan Avenue and shop until you drop. Window shopping is accepted but it will not be fun at all. Here you can find everything and will keep any shoppers occupied for the whole day and it won’t be enough. In fact, a week will not be enough to scour through the shops. Whether you’re on a tight shopping budget plan or your resources have sky as the limit, this avenue has you covered. They have both the luxury brand and the budget brands to cater to everyone. So wear those comfortable shoes for a better shopping experience or have it your way and suffer the whole day with your high stilettos.

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