Your travel guide to Chicago
From Wrigley Field to the Chicago Theatre, this dynamic city offers everything and more for travelers. A blend of sports, art, shopping and divine pizza restaurants makes Chicago worthwhile for a stay. The Symphony Center is also a gem for the beautiful orchestra music flowing from its halls.
Travelers can also embrace the nightlife of Chicago in Wicker Park, Ashland and Lincoln Park. These neighborhoods are famous for their nightclubs and college-town bars. Hotels lining Michigan Avenue also offer a promising nightlife with their rooftop bars. Travelers can also catch breathtaking views of the city from such rooftop bars. Wrigleyville is also a microcosm home to Cubs fans and has themed sports bars to entice travelers.
Chicago offers a great public transportation system for travelers. The Chicago Transit Authority and Regional Transportation Authority of Illinois are popular options. There are also plenty of taxis available throughout the city. The Chicago O'Hare and Midway Airports are the most commonly used airports for travelers from around the world. For the environmentally-conscious traveler, biking may also be an option for getting around the city. There are plenty of bike rental agencies in Chicago.
Eating pizza in Chicago is a way of life. The Great Lake has an incredible selection of unique pizzas. Margherita is the place to choose for take-out if travelers want a delicious treat to bring back to the hotel. The pizzas at Margherita are made with fresh bufala mozzarella, oregano and basil leaves. Union Pizzeria is the hottest college-town pizza place that Chicago has to offer.
The Art Institute of Chicago houses one of the finest art collections in the United States. With paintings from the various periods of Picasso's artistic inspiration to the beautiful works of the impressionists, travelers will love checking out the art scene of Chicago.