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About Chicago

Built on the shores of Lake Michigan and known for its rich culture, die-hard sports fans and of course, deep-dish pizza, Chicago, Illinois is abuzz with action and welcomes millions of visitors annually. Here, choose from a variety of Chicago vacation rentals in the city’s 77 neighborhoods then enjoy the area’s welcoming, mid-western hospitality. Below is some need-to-know information before visiting the “Windy City.”

Transit

Downtown Chicago is easy to navigate with its street grid setup. Its wide sidewalks, lakefront paths and extensive parklands make it a scenic walking city. For cyclists, Chicago’s bike sharing program, Divvy, is very popular and the city’s many bike lanes and bike racks accommodate riders. In addition to its pedestrian and cyclist-friendly layout, Chicago has one of the best and largest public transportation systems in the country, which can be extremely beneficial for visitors, especially those traveling with children. Not only is public transportation inexpensive, it gives riders unique views of the city’s downtown from its elevated “L” trains. If you plan on using public transportation, choose from a variety of Chicago condo rentals near a train station or bus stop.

Things to Do

Whether you’re a foodie or a shopaholic, looking for an action-packed outing or a laughter-filled evening, Chicago has it all. The city’s Navy Pier juts into Lake Michigan and offers carnival-like rides like a Ferris wheel, family-oriented museums, funky restaurants and beer gardens. Away from the lakeshore, the Chicago Zoo is camouflaged within the heart of the city. It’s a natural oasis offering loads of wildlife shaded by skyscrapers. Kids will love watching the animals while parents will appreciate the free admission. In season, catch a game at Wrigley Field or cheer on the beloved Blackhawks and Bulls at the United Center. A trip to Chicago would not be complete without strolling through Chicago’s art-filled Millenium Park before snapping a picture in front of the city’s signature landmark, Cloud Gate.

Dining

With 77 neighborhoods, each with their own tastes and cultural influences, the city’s food scene is a melting pot of flavors. Have a taste-off between Lou Malnati’s and Giordano’s to decide on the best deep dish pizza. Dine alfresco at The Terrace at Trump or enjoy casual eats at The Little Goat Diner. Bring your appetite as ...

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