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Let Chicago exhilarate you. Prepare to delight in the unexpected, marvel at the cultural attractions, and lose yourself in Chicago’s mosaic of neighborhoods, each a vibrant cultural enclave. You can even dip your toes in the bluest water you’ll find outside of the Caribbean. A single getaway to this thriving metropolis on Lake Michigan’s shore will show you why Frank Sinatra crooned that Chicago is “one town that won't let you down.”

See why Chicagoans hold an almost fanatical belief that it’s better than all other cities. Plenty of visitors have made that same discovery at rooftop bars offering unparalleled views of the city. Sipping cocktails from on high, you’ll get a bird’s eye view of the skyline that inspired Batman’s Gotham City. Foodies will find that the dining scene in Chicago is pretty much an art form of its own. From deep dish pizza rivalries to fine dining, you’ll have your choice of outstanding fare. Are you a serious shopper? Prepare to be dazzled by the Magnificent Mile’s upscale boutiques set alongside some of the city’s most amazing architecture. From here you can enjoy outstanding views of the Chicago River. And don't miss the fun and attractions at Navy Pier, home of the iconic Centennial Wheel.

THINGS TO DO IN CHICAGO

The Magnificent Mile

The Magnificent Mile

Explore an endless array of high-end retail stores, shops, restaurants, museums and stunning architecture along an eight-block stretch of Michigan Avenue. The "Mag Mile" features 50+ landmark structures spanning over a century of engineering plus Navy Pier, one of the city’s most popular attractions.
Shedd Aquarium exterior aerial view

Shedd Aquarium

Explore one of the world's largest indoor aquariums, home to more than 32,000 aquatic creatures including whales, penguins and stingrays. You can even take a walk through a recreated flooded forest in the Amazon.
Millennium Park Buckingham Fountain daytime view

Millennium Park

Commonly referred to as Chicago's front yard, this park offers 319 acres of public land along the lake. Popular stops include Buckingham Fountain and Maggie Daley Park, and don't forget to take a selfie at Cloud Gate, a stunning art installation affectionately known as “The Bean”.