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Flights to Chicago

Chicago has everything you would want from a major metropolitan city – stunning houses, excellent food and entertainment, and a history that leads to worldwide architecture, music, and technology.

What to explore in Chicago?

Its lively art scene, many cultural activities, fantastic shopping, and fascinating architecture are well-known. The city has international renown as a focal point for architecture and sculpture from the 20th century with artists like Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, Mirõ, Dubuffet, and Chagall. The city has a lot of sport to offer, too, with American football's Chicago lions, baseball's Chicago White Sox and Cub's and basketball's Chicago Bulls.

The Art Institute of Chicago has hundreds of thousands of artworks in a world-class museum. A plurality of items in this collection, from painting, prints, photography, photography, decorative arts, textiles, architectural sketches, and more, are gathered over thousands of years.

Millennium Park is part of the larger Grant Park in central Chicago, bordering west Michigan Avenue, east Columbus, North Randolph Street, and South Monroe Street. Apart from the central arch, Crown Fountain is the most crucial attraction in Millennium Park, a modern, fascinating interpretation of ancient gargoyle that gives the look of water from the mouths of Chicago's projected images. Here, you'll find even a demonstration in the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, an outdoor concert venue, and enjoy the Lurie Greenhouse, open year-round at no fee.

At 360 Chicago, the sizeable glass-walled viewing deck overlooks the skyline of Chicago and farther afield. More daring tourists would enjoy the newest "Tilt" feature, which offers visitors a unique view of the Majestic Mile from more than 1000 feet, tilt toward the outside at an angle from the glass concealment. The remainder of the building has a range of restaurants, offices, and flats and a multimedia display on the first floor that features details on Chicago's city and the establishment of the John Hancock building.

Perhaps one of America's most desirable boulevards is Michigan Avenue. With various shops, boutiques, and designer shops, the city's well known Majestic Mile is the Chicago Canal. The John Hancock Center, the Wrigley House, and the Tribune Tower are places to visit. On Madison Street, Michigan Avenue divides into North and South. This district is also known for its theatres, where tours, musical and comedy shows are performed.

Lincoln Park is an open green area at Lake Michigan's shores and the largest park in Chicago. The Lincoln Park Conservatory and the Lincoln Park Zoo, one of the world's oldest, are located in this famous park. There are playfields, cycle lanes, jogging paths, and beaches for those who want to enjoy the outdoor space.

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Weather in Chicago

It's April to May and September to October that are considered the best times for visiting Chicago when the temperatures are warm, festivals and crowds are controlled. Summer is Chicago's top tourist and festival season, with country visitors looking for mild weather and many events. You will find higher prices to linger during these seasons, but you will famously avoid the harsh winters of Chicago. Chicago has low temperatures between November and March, and hotel and airfares deals are easy to find.

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Best Flight offer from Chicago

Chicago

22-Oct-2020

New York

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70

Chicago

22-Oct-2020

New York

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70

Chicago

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New York

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Chicago

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Starting from $70
Top places to visit in Chicago
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Art Institute of Chicago
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Millennium Park.
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Museum of Science and Industry
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Buckingham Fountain