Given the fact that two days is a little time in such a great city, if you happen to be in town for a limited amount of time, you might want to check what the city has to offer. With a vibrant artistic life and many events happening under the shade of skyscrapers and near the Lake Michigan coastline, Chicago is also endowed with cultural attractions and world-class museums alongside flourishing commercial and industrial undertakings.
After you have arrived in Chicago, you can arrange for accommodation at one of the outstanding hotels around.
Take a View
Head to one of the most popular landmarks in the city, Willis Tower. When up the tower, it provides a fantastic view of Michigan and Wisconsin. The tower is open daily between 10 am and 8pm.
As you could have guessed, here options are never ending. Whether it’s quick lunch or a lunch where one wants to have some time to rest, we are sure there is a restaurant to suite your taste.We’d suggest you to try places like Ikram Café and Thai Urban Kitchen.
Being the tallest building on the western side, the building beckons with its beautiful view of Chicago and its environments. The building attracts millions of visitors yearly and has a height of 1,353 feet. It has a glass enclosed balcony for viewing unlike any other.
Chill out at the Oak Park which has a beautiful suburb and is a popular tourist attraction destination due to the beautiful buildings surrounding it.
Your second day in Chicago could start with a visit to the Field Museum. The museum has over 20 million specimens and is usually open between 9am and 5pm.
With plenty of music, art and happenings taking place, why don’t you take a walk in the popular Millennium Park
Chicago’s vibrant nightlife
Finally, you can’t leave Chicago without having a taste of its colorful nightlife. Vision is one of the most popular ones hosting many international performers and offering entertainment facilities such as dartboard and video games.
Thanks for the tips I’ll be there soon for a quick visit!