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Chicago


Chicago has an astounding fusion of food with more than 7,000 of restaurants to choose from. Its stunning skyline and awesome architectures are giving a breath taking panoramic view of the city. It offers never-ending night life and live entertainments. It is home to 200 museums and galleries and 40 theatres to showcase history, culture and the arts. The shoreline that extends over 26 miles, the parks and the markets are a great place for outdoor activities. It is a big city but it seems small because of an efficient public transport system within and around the city.


5 things to do in Chicago

Arts and Culture
Chicago is a haven for the arts. From art institutes to cultural centers to symphony you’ll surely have your fill. A visit to any of these will give you a different side of Chicago.
Sky high adventure
If you seek adventure and thrills Chicago has got the thing for you. 360 Chicago Observation Deck is located in the heart of the city at an astonishing 1000 feet!
Long walks and shopping
Wanting to take a stroll and do some window shopping? Have a go at Chicago’s Riverwalk and Magnificent Mile. You’ll see many iconic buildings on your way
Visit during St Patrick’s Day
St Paddy’s day in Chicago is one you shouldn’t miss. Contrary to popular belief the green Chicago River is specifically dyed for this yearly occasion
Catch a show
Next to New York, Chicago offers some of the best shows. The Chicago Theatre is notable for some famous acts.
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What to expect in Chicago

There's just so much to do and experience in Chicago. Every corner invites tourists to discover more about what the city has to offer. The place boasts the best cuisines and outdoor and indoor attractions and entertainment that cater tourists of all ages.

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Cloud Gate (Millennium Park)

The 110-ton elliptical sculpture is made of highly polished stainless steel plates and reflects Chicago’s famous skyline and clouds above. The unique piece was inspired by liquid mercury and is the largest of its kind in the world measuring at 66-feet long by 33-feet high.
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360 Chicago Observation Deck

A visit to this deck that can hold up to 8 visitors at a time gives you breathtaking views of the city and Lake Michigan from over 1,000 feet above the Magnificent Mile.
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Chicago River

The Chicago River has been dyed green every year to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The 40 year tradition allows visitors to see the green water from Michigan Avenue in the downtown area.
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The Magnificent Mile

To get the ultimate Chicago experience, The Magnificent Mile is a must visit in Chicago. The showcase of style, flavor, entertainment and fun is a 13-block stretch of North Michigan Avenue that runs from the banks of the Chicago River to the south to Oak Street to the north.
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Chicago Riverwalk

One sight not to be missed is the Chicago Riverwalk, a continuous walkway connecting the lakefront to the heart of downtown. There’s no need to take an expensive boat cruise to enjoy the sights, sounds and experiences it has to offer.
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Chicago Cultural Center

Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Chicago Cultural Center every year and is one of the most visited attractions in Chicago. The stunning landmark building is home to two largest Tiffany-stained domes. It was constructed over 100 years ago as the Chicago Public Library and a Civil War memorial.

Places to Dine in Chicago

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Saved by the Max

SBTM is a pop-up themed shop, diner and bar, opened in 2016 and will be in Chicago unitl May, 2017. This temporary restaurant is inspired by the 90's show Saved by the Bell.
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Fabulous Freddie’s Italian Eatery

It is one of Chicago’s best Italian eateries. It offers scrumptious selection of favorite Italian dishes such as pizzas, pasta and salads. They are famous for their scratch made, signature Chicago items like Italian beef and sausage and meatballs sandwich.
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The Chicago Diner

This is a vegetarian restaurant serving creative vegetarian and vegan food since 1980's. They are also offering gluten-free menu for appetizers, entrees, sandwiches and desserts items. The restaurant was a product of a promise a man made to a woman.
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Frontera Grill

It is the most famous Mexican restaurant in the city. It offers an option for a classier Mexican food experience. It was established in 1987 and has a high-end preparation of Mexican cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
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Black Dog Gelato

Black Dog Gelato crafts gourmet artisanal gelato and sorbet with unique flavors. It is one of the best ice cream shops in Chicago, making fresh products daily in small batches.
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Pierogi Heaven

Pierogi are filled Polish dumplings. Pierogi Heaven is a cozy Polish restaurant in Chicago downtown. Prices are reasonable, plus you get extra if you ordered in polish.

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