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Whether your flight to Chicago is for a weekend break or a month-long stay, you’ll be hooked on this fast-paced city.

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Flights to Chicago

Chicago, the third largest city in the United States, has a distinctive charm all its own. A lot of that comes down to the people; it’s located right at the heart of the American Midwest, a region known for its friendly residents, smiling faces, and positive attitude.

Chicagoans will go out of their way to help you (even if you don’t look particularly out of place or lost), in spite of the fast-paced life that goes with being an economic and cultural metropolis.

Chicago began as a key point between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, growing up during an era of expansion into the American West. It continued to play a key role connecting east and west during the 1800s as a railroad hub and growing economic center.

Now, the city is a hotbed of culture, filled with world-class museums, restaurants, concert halls, sports teams, theaters, live music, and more. While your flight to Chicago will uncover a traditional city with old customs holding firm, there’s also a vibrant young energy fed by urban professionals pushing into new areas, in terms of both where they live and what they do. It's the home of President Barack Obama, who celebrated his two elections in the massive and magical Grant Park, one of the city's many green spaces.

Despite its nickname "Windy City," there’s nothing particularly biting about the cool wind that blows off Lake Michigan. (It’s said that the phrase dates back to the 1800s, when local politicians were referred to as being “full of hot air.”) However, you might still want to wrap up warm when you’re taking a stroll around the lake, which is the largest of North America's Great Lakes.

When it comes to food, start with the pizza. Chicago is famous for its deep-dish pizzas, which feature massive mountains of toppings piled high on top of huge, thick, satisfying slices of doughy goodness cooked to perfection in a fiery brick oven. In addition, the many ethnic enclaves, ranging from Vietnamese to Polish, offer their own specialties brought directly from their countries of origin. The portions in Chicago are as generous and crowd-pleasing as the people who serve them.

In essence, to spend time in Chicago is to spend time in a cross-section of the United States, a place where the country comes together into one amazing amalgamation of culture and cuisine. It truly has something for everyone.

What to do in Chicago

Catch a movie at Music Box Theatre

There's no better place to catch a movie and feel like part of Chicago's strong film tradition than this little indie theatre. While it only has a couple of screens, the carefully curated selection is of the highest quality and the old-fashioned feel will transport you back to the 1930s.

3733 North Southport Avenue
IL 60613
+1 773 871 6607

Cheer with Chicago’s sports fans

Chicagoans are passionate about their sports teams, whether they’re cheering on Michael Jordan’s old team the Chicago Bulls or are baseball fans batting for the Chicago Cubs. To see the Cubs, visit Wrigley Field. This legendary sports field holds regular tours (and serves up some of the best hot dogs in the city).

Wrigley Field
1060 West Addison Street
IL 60613
+1 773 404 2827

Shop at Record Breakers

The best record store in the city just happens to be upstairs from one of the coolest live music venues. Record Breakers has all the latest vinyl releases, but its selection of rare jazz albums, many from bands made famous in the South Loop clubs of yesteryear, are the real reason to go.

2105 South State Street
IL 60616
+1 312 949 0120

Where to eat in Chicago

Carriage House (Southern)

This restaurant provides a taste of down-home Southern cooking in the heart of Chicago's bohemian Wicker Park neighborhood. You'll be left feeling satisfied as the soul food comes from the kitchen directly to your plate. Hit up the Sunday Fried Chicken dinner for a hefty portion at perfect prices.

1700 West Division Street
IL 60622
+1 773 384 9700

Longman & Eagle (International)

This Logan Square staple offers lots of tasty dinner and drink options, but it really shines during weekend brunch. That’s when the comfortable, unpretentious attitude of the surrounding area filters into Chef Jared Wentworth's excellent farm-to-table and nose-to-tail space.

2657 North Kedzie Avenue
IL 60647
+1 773 276 7110

RPM Steak (Steakhouse)

A chic steakhouse just north of the Chicago River, RPM Steak is one of the city's most popular offerings and definitely a must-visit when you’re in North River. Afterward, hit the House of Blues, just down the street, to dance off any post-meal sluggishness.

66 West Kinzie Street
IL 60654
+1 312 284 4990

Places to stay in Chicago

Talbott Hotel

The independent five-star Talbott is a shopper’s delight; it sits close enough to the shops on the Magnificent Mile that you'll easily be able to carry your new purchases back to its well-appointed rooms. There's a distinctly Old World feel to the Talbott and an easy elegance that make for a relaxing stay.

20 East Delaware Place
IL 60611
+1 312 944 4970

Hotel Chicago

The House of Blues sits right outside this hotel's entrance, which is a big perk. Other attractions, such as Smith & Wollensky's famous steakhouse and architectural boat tours on the Chicago River, are within walking distance of the River North destination.

333 North Dearborn Street
IL 60654
+1 312 245 0333

Omni Chicago

Trek over the Chicago River to stay at this high-rise offering two-room suites that are spacious yet very affordable. The Omni also makes a good jumping-off point to explore the rest of the city, especially if you're planning to head north.

676 North Michigan Avenue
IL 60611
+1 312 944 6664

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