Welcome to Chicago, “City on a Lake,” the country’s third largest, an exciting international city with a friendly Midwestern attitude.
Stretching 29 miles along the shore of Lake Michigan with a downtown skyline of stunning architecture, Chicago is home to America’s tallest building, the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), rising 1730 feet above the Chicago River.
Chicago is home to 54 museums, 120 theaters and musical centers, numerous colleges and universities as well as many professional sports teams.
Ride the Chicago Transit Authority Elevated Train system (the “EL”) and see North, West and South Chicago along with one of the world’s most beautiful lakefronts.
See the clock tower of the Wrigley Building in downtown Chicago and pick your team – the Cubs or the White Sox – and enjoy an afternoon or evening of America’s favorite pastime.
See Chicago’s Magnificent Mile complete with the stunning eight-level Water Tower Place.
Visit Chicago Avenue Pumping Station, one of only two public buildings that survived Chicago’s Fire of 1871.
Finish with a dinner cruise on the Chicago River and enjoy the fantastic skyline of Chicago by night.