Take a trip down Chicago's Magnificent Mile; A strip filled with shops, restaurants, hotels, occasional street entertainers and evidence of a convention city's love of unconventional architecture.
Chicago is undoubtably a great sports town, but what about it's venues? Check out some of the most historic and classically built stadiums in the country.
Take the Untouchable Tour, a gangster tour of Chicago started by Craig Alton in 1988. Al Capone, the most famous gangster in Chicago history is at the center of this thrilling tour of the city.
The city of Chicago has more than 500 parks. Some are no more than a sandbox and a few swings -- but many are grand, sprawling green spaces with ball fields, golf courses, gardens, lagoons and zoos.
Travel Channel and Oyster.com have chosen Chicago's best hotels for the busy business traveler.
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Explore Chicago's architecture, neighborhoods and more with these tour guide tips.
Take on one of these 3-course lunchtime challenges from foodie George Motz.
For rockin’ accommodations during Lollapalooza, check out our top picks for hotels near Chicago's Grant Park.
We got to know Sue, the largest Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found, who is now at The Field Museum of Chicago. Read the secrets of Sue.
Get the list for some of the best hot dog spots in Chicago.
Swing dancers convene in grand ballrooms, renovated dance halls and even in the great outdoors to show off their moves and learn some new steps.
Check out all the cool places Andrew Zimmern visits on the Chicago episode of Bizarre Foods.
For the city-dwellers and vacationers among us, urban parks provide the perfect respite.