A Visitor's Guide To Chicago, America's 'Windy City'
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Experiencing Chicago, Home to Wrigley Field and Deep-Dish Pizza
Few American cities have the grim, urban appeal of Chicago, the mere mention of which conjures up images of gothic skyscrapers and Tommy-gun-toting gangsters of the prohibition era. But Chicago also has a brighter side, one characterized by riverwalks, deep-dish pizza, and baseball games on a sunny day. With a view to highlighting the city’s many charms and attractions, this website offers a wide range of information, collated in a simple, easy-to-use format, about America’s ‘Windy City’ and its immediate surroundings.
Here, readers will find detailed descriptions of all of the city’s must-see attractions, including Wrigley Field (home to the Chicago Cubs baseball team) and Lincoln Park, which overlooks the majestic Lake Michigan. Other important locations that this site covers in-depth include the iconic Cloud Gate sculpture at Millennium Park, popularly known as ‘The Bean’ (due, obviously, to its bean-like shape), and Navy Pier in the city’s Streeterville neighborhood. Built during the First World War, the pier is now home to numerous shops and restaurants, along with an IMAX cinema and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Where to Stay, Eat and Drink
Chicago teems with world-class hotels, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs of every conceivable kind. With a view to helping would-be visitors make sense of it all, this site also provides a range of helpful advice on the very best places to find accommodations, to eat mouthwatering food, and to drink and make merry.