Chicago is a city in Illinois and one of the largest cities in the U.S. known for its bold structure and has numerous skyscrapers. The city is filled with museums, cultural attractions. Shopping and interesting architecture also include the Art Institute of Chicago. The city maintains the worldwide reputation of 20th-century art and architecture.
Peak season-Best time to travel and roam in Chicago is around is April to May and from September to October. When the temperature gets warm, numerous festivals take place and the crowd is easy to manage as well.
Art Institute of Chicago-known to a world-class museum with various artwork. This art institute is known for its collection of paintings, media, prints, photography, sculpture and decorative art.
Millennium Park- It is a larger park of Grant park situated in Down Chicago which is bordered by Michigan Avenue. Its main highlight is 110 ton sculpture which has a mirror-like stainless steel surface.
Navy pier- it was first opened for the general public in 1916 in form of an amusement park. It includes 50 acres of garden, shops, restaurants as well as the venue. It also holds festivals all year around.
Buckingum fountain-Built-in 1927 in the form of a donation from family. The fountain is known to be one of the largest in the world. It Is a central focal point Grant park, public space includes many attractions as well as smaller parks.
Nearest airport-The nearest airport to land in Chicago is Midway International Airport approximately 1.5 miles or 2.5 kilometers from west Elsdon and 1.8 miles or 2.9 kilometers of West lawn.
Accommodation- Chicago is best for sightseeing, dining and most interesting architecture. It consists of a magnificent mile across the waterfront especially popular in summer.
Luxury hotel- Main luxury hotels are in Lamgam with a very nice waterfront location.
Mid-range hotels- Mid-range hotels are plenty with a very nice view which can be easily available.
Budget hotels- Budget hotels are mainly far from the city center with small rooms and good service.