Chicago's landmark. Most of the city's famous attractions are here - Cloud Gate, Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, Jay Pritzker Pavilion etc.
The pier now serves as a public meeting place, cultural venue and amusement park. Loads of things to do for everyone!
Landmark of the city and a prime example of innovative public art. Often nicknamed as 'The Bean'.
Carefully outlined lakeside park and also the largest one in downtown Chicago. Ideal as a getaway from busy streets.
Prime shopping street boasts exclusive brand shops and pricey boutiques of world-renowned names. Includes also some international chains.
Visiting this 91st floor viewing terrace is an absolute must see if you wish to overlook Chicago.
One of the tallest buildings in the United States. Don't miss out its observation deck that provides America's undoubtedly best vantage point.
A high-rise residential building located near the Navy Pier. It is the world's highest apartment building and its architecture is stunning.
Historical landmark dating back to 1869 is venerated as one of very few buildings that have survived the Great Chicago Fire.
This iconic office complex dating back to 1920s used to be headquarters of Wrigley’s chewing gum company and it is still the dominant of Michigan Avenue. It is most spectacular at night when lit.
Major shopping destination that offers something for everyone. The shops range from apparel chains to designer clothing.
One of the world's largest fountains, built in a showy Rococo-like style. It gets covered in lights during winter.
A Beaux Arts building with amazing columns, stone staircases and ornaments. See a concert in Great Hall - one of the greatest in the whole US.
Its aquariums are a real treat for everyone at least a little into underwater life. Most visited aquarium in the US.
This museum boasts the most extensive collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. A must see for any art connoisseur.
Interactive mixed-media sculpture that gained notoriety for its controversial form, height and surveillance cameras instalment.
One of Frank Gehry's masterpieces. The cultural venue is worth visiting for its amazing features as well as the events it hosts.
Renowned museum displaying more than 20 million specimens. Dinosaur and Native American collections are its main highlight.
Probably the most photographed cultural venue in Chicago. It puts up various concerts, comedy shows and plays.
Museum with a long tradition and innovative approach to exhibiting and educating. Features two planetarium theatres and various programmes.
A beautiful pedestrian waterfront located in downtown Chicago spanned with restaurants, seating and some activities. Take a walk and see for yourself.