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Chicago is an amazing

Chicago has a lot to offer all year long but if you really want to enjoy the city I would recommend to go between April and October. You can also go in March for Saint Patrick’s day when they colored the river or in August for Lollapalooza.

  • Sky Deck – Sears/Willis Tower

Let’s start with my all time favorite thing to do in Chicago. The Sears Tower (now Willis Tower but people still use the old name) is the tallest building in Chicago and it has one of the best and most impressive view of the city. But my favorite part is the Ledge, a small platform with glass floor. It looks like you’re just walking in the air, so impressive especially if you’re afraid of heights.

Price : 24$

Franklin Street

  • Shoreline Sightseen – Architecture River Tour

Chicago has a very unique and beautiful architecture, so one of the most famous attraction IN THE UNITED STATES is the river boat tour. I had the opportunity to experience the tour of Shoreline Sightseen, and I’ve learned so much about the city! It’s very interesting and you’re outside cruising and discovering the city. Can’t think of a best experience to get a good vibe of the Windy City.

Price : 37 to 43$ for 75 minutes tour

Starts at Michigan Avenue or Navy Pier

  • Cloud Gate

The Cloud Gate or better known as The Bean is the most famous sculpture of Chicago. It was design by Anish Kapoor in 2006 and is located in Millenium Park. The sculpture is a huge mirror reflecting the sky and skyline of the city, that’s why we call it Cloud Gate. It’s such a fun sculpture to take pictures with. I had to go around 6:30 am to take a pictures without the crowd but it was so worth it.

  • Millenium Park

Millenium Park is located in the Loop, the heart of the city and it’s where you can find most of the beautiful events that Chicago as to offer. You have the Cloud Gate, the Crown Fountain, and a huge scene where you can see movies every Tuesday, free concerts, food festivals and more. There’s always somethings happening in the park so be sure to check the schedule here.

This is where you’ll find the famous festival Lollapalooza every August, and every year the line up is just freaking INCREDIBLE!!

  • Cubs Game

If you want to catch a baseball game, you need to go to Wrigley Field and see a Cubs Game. Even if the team wasn’t that good during 107 years, the all city is very attached to this team. And even more now that they’ve won the World Series in 2016. You’ll see people with Cubs hats and jersey all the time in Chicago.

Tickets can be around 30$

  • North Beach Avenue

Many people don’t know that but yes you also have the beach in Chicago.

  • Lincoln Park
  • Signature Room – John Hancock
  • Navy Pier
  • Magnificent Mile

You can also purchase a CityPASS for 106$ and it will give you a fast pass access to : the SkyDeck, the John Hancock Observatory, The Art Institute, The Shedd Aquarium, The Field Museum, and more.

  • Loews
  • Marriott Magnificent Mile
  • Hotel EMC2 Autograph Collection
  • HI Chicago Hostel