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  • Millenium Park, Chicago

    Millenium Park

    Chicago's landmark. Most of the city's famous attractions are here – Cloud Gate, Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, Jay Pritzker Pavilion etc.

  • Cloud Gate, Chicago

    Cloud Gate

    Landmark of the city and a prime example of innovative public art. Often nicknamed as ‚The Bean‘.

  • Navy Pier, Chicago

    Navy Pier

    The pier now serves as a public meeting place, cultural venue and amusement park. Loads of things to do for everyone!

  • Sears Tower (Willis Tower), Chicago

    Sears Tower (Willis Tower)

    The tallest building in America. Don't miss out its observation deck that provides America's undou­btedly best vantage point.

  • Crown Fountain, Chicago

    Crown Fountain

    Interactive mixed-media sculpture that gained notoriety for its controversial form, height and surveillance cameras instalment.

  • Magnificent Mile, Chicago

    Magnificent Mile

    Prime shopping street boasts exclusive brand shops and pricey boutiques of world-renowned names. Includes also some international chains.

  • Buckingham Fountain, Chicago

    Buckingham Fountain

    One of the world's largest fountains, built in a showy Rococo-like style. It gets covered in lights during winter.

  • Shedd Aquarium, Chicago

    Shedd Aquarium

    Its aquariums are a real treat for everyone at least a little into underwater life. Most visited aquarium in the US.

  • 360 Chicago, Chicago

    360 Chicago

    Visiting this 91th floor viewing terrace is an absolute must see if you wish to overlook Chicago.

  • Wrigley Building , Chicago

    Wrigley Building

    Iconic office complex dating back to 1920s is the dominant of Michigan Avenue. It is most spectacular at night when lightened up.

  • Jay Pritzker Pavilion , Chicago

    Jay Pritzker Pavilion

    One of Frank Gehry's master­pieces. The cultural venue is worth visiting for its amazing features as well as the events it hosts.

  • Water Tower, Chicago

    Water Tower

    Historical landmark dating back to 1869 is venerated as one of very few buildings that have survived the Great Chicago Fire.

  • Grant Park, Chicago

    Grant Park

    Carefully outlined lakeside park and also the largest one in downtown Chicago. Ideal as a getaway from busy streets.

  • Tribune Tower, Chicago

    Tribune Tower

    Majestic skyscraper built in a distinctive Neo-Gothic style characterised by fine embellishment. Well worth a detour.

  • Chicago Union Station, Chicago

    Chicago Union Station

    Why not to see a concert in Great Hall – which is said to be one of the greatest in the whole United States.

  • Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

    Art Institute of Chicago

    This museum boasts the most extensive collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. A must see for any art connoisseur.

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