Chicago Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia



Chicago – From humble beginnings, this city has bloomed into one of the USA’s frontrunners. Check out the top sights in Chicago and start planning a trip!

49 thoughts on “Chicago Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. Purple Freax says:

    Is my home town& i live in Chicago
    Economy is horrifying terrible very expensive

    Beautiful city but people make it bad

    Try not to get shot in Chicago cause
    Chicago has the most high rates of crimes & rats are just unbelievable infested Of course is the city but god dam

    All though does have cool music festivals & other activities

    Just the crimes the economy ect is terrible

  2. Chicagogal63 says:

    Born and raised here, the tourist areas that are mentioned here are fine but if you want a true experience of this town get out of downtown and explore the neighborhoods, they will not disappoint.

  3. No Brang says:

    Chicago is pretty cool. It has a great downtown and a great and interesting history. Unfortunately it is infamous for its violence but that doesn't stop Chicago from being one of the greatest American cities. it will still forever be the 2nd city

  4. Princessita says:

    I LOVE Chicago, USA im from the Philippines!
    9 Fun and Interesting Facts About Chicago
    1. Spray paint was invented in Chicago

    2. Look out at four states from the Willis Tower

    3. Home of the Twinkie

    4. The world’s first all-color television station

    5. The only river in the world that flows backwards

    6. First televised presidential debate

    7. The first US blood bank

    8. First open-heart surgery

    9. Indulge in local fare at The Taste of Chicago

  5. Catherine Campbell says:

    My high school used to go on a lot of field trips in Chicago. The Chicago Boat tours, The Field Museum, The Bean, Navy Pier, Sears Tower (now Willis Tower) and The Art Institute are some really awesome tourist places to visit. There is also the Museum of Science and Industry, The Brookfield and Lincoln Park Zoos, The Shedd Aquarium and so many more things to name. Not to mention Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture. I am looking for work for after I graduate and I am thinking about going back the Chicago area. Man do I miss it.

  6. john Shepard says:

    But in Chicago no more skyscrapers are built, there is not a single building project that exceed 600 meters,only in China and in the middle east the New Skyscrapers. The city that invented the skyscrapers is dead. Rest in peace skyscrapers.

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