The Third Coast is a vibrant landscape of towering Skyscrapers, public parks, and access to the 5th largest lake in the World, Lake Michigan. The Lakefront is Chicago’s greatest accomplishment and home to some of the best activities the city has to offer. No matter if you’re a born and bred Chicagoan or just landing for the weekend, there’s something along Lake Michigan to delight your senses and fill you with awe.
If you’re looking for outdoor adventure activities in Chicago, look no further! “City in a Garden” is one of Chicago’s most unique nicknames, and as the name implies, Chicago has one of the most unique and large arrays of green spaces in a modern city. So, if you’re looking for ways to experience the [...]
Millennium Park truly is an ode to the City in a Garden. Its very existence pays homage to the men and women who have worked hard to preserve our Lakefront and in doing so, provided Chicago with the infrastructure to offer outdoor spaces to people from all walks of life. With iconic sculptures, picturesque walkways, and vendors for food and drink, Millennium Park has it all. As a bonus you’ll find an activity to tickle your fancy year-round in Chicago’s most famous park.
Take me out to the Ballpark! And then…well what exactly is there to do in Wrigleyville? Chicago has 77 + neighborhoods here in the city. The “plus” stands for neighborhoods that aren’t technically recognized by city zoning, but everyone knows what they are and where they are. The most famous of these “plus neighborhoods” [...]
Tucked away, just below the South Loop off of the Cermak Red Line CTA stop, is one of the city's priceless jewels, Chinatown. Have you considered visiting Chinatown Chicago but aren’t sure where to start? Fear not, fellow travel enthusiast! You have stumbled upon a comprehensive guide to Chicago's Chinatown to enjoy the cultural splendor, tastes, sights and more!
It's no secret: since the rise of remote work, it's become harder to cultivate a strong team culture with teams that are now hybrid. Now more than ever, it's essential to promote connections between co-workers in order to keep them engaged and productive. What better way to promote synergy than organizing team building activities [...]
If there is anything the city of Chicago loves more than cursing the winter, partying in the Wrigley Field bleachers, or being on a first-name-basis with their expressway of choice, it’s eating the signature foods the city made famous. If you’re about to eat like a Chicagoan, you should probably expect to loosen your belt, grab a few extra napkins, and plan for an afternoon nap because we’re known for rich, cheesy, meaty foods that will satisfy even the hungriest of diners.
Chicago’s typical tourism season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, though there is truly no bad time of year to see Chicago (yes, that even includes visiting Chicago in the winter). What time of year is best to visit depends largely on your interests. No matter which sounds more like your idea of a good time, part of what makes solo travel so rewarding is the ability to be flexible and learn a little more about yourself, so don’t be afraid to see how the other half lives while you’re exploring - you may surprise yourself.
Chicago's Chinatown is well-known for its unique architecture, bustling markets, and delicious foods. While there are hundreds of Chinese restaurants scattered around Chicago, Chinatown features a wide variety of regional flavors that will let you sample tastes from all across China while you explore a cozy and culturally rich area of the city. This is your guide to the best Chinese food in Chicago Chinatown.
Chicago may just as well be the city that never hibernates. Just because the temperature drops, doesn’t mean there is any shortage of things to do during the winter.