You haven’t really seen Chicago until you’ve visited some of our many distinct and culturally diverse neighborhoods. They are fun to explore and many are just minutes away from downtown on public transportation.
Chicago offers many extraordinary opportunities to enrich one’s life with art, music, dance and a host of cultural programs and performances. Millennium Park is the centerpiece of the city’s cultural landscape, while the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Art Institute and a host of remarkable institutions will satisfy any art and music aficionado’s needs. For theater and dance lovers, Chicago offers some of the nation’s finest talents.
Chicago neighborhoods are packed wit hot spots for a fun night out. River North’s chic clubs bring in the world’s top DJs and the neighborhood has some of the city’s most popular bars and restaurants, while Bucktown and Wicker Park venues attract a hip, younger crowd. Wrigleyville is loaded with sports bars packed with fans. Steeterville puts you steps away from the best shopping in the world on the Magnificent Mile and steps from beautiful lake front beaches.
Whether you are a spectator, a participant, or both, Chicago is a great town for sports enthusiasts. Top hockey, baseball, basketball and football teams drawn crowds and there are leagues for those who prefer to play rather than watch. The city’s 18-mile lake front path is a mecca for cyclists and runners. Along the way you’ll see some of the city’s 33 beaches, plus tennis courts, soccer fields, and one of the eight Chicago Park District golf courses.
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