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How long do you have? The Loop is the heart of the city and it’s bursting with iconic Chicago attractions, including historic architecture, river cruises, Millennium Park, the Chicago Riverwalk, a vibrant theatre district, incredible dining, shopping along State Street…and that’s just for starters.
"The Loop" is just our name for downtown. The Loop offers just about everything you could imagine from restaurants to bars to activities and sightseeing. Also home to the "Magnificent Mile" if you want to do some shopping!
The Loop is Chicago's downtown city center. This is where you will find all our huge skyscrapers, museums, and millennium park.
The Loop is the second-largest commercial business district in North America and can be considered the heart of the city of Chicago. It contains the headquarters and regional offices of several global and national businesses, retail establishments, restaurants, hotels, and theaters, as well as many…
Museums, night life, fine dining if you're visiting Chicago for the first time or a seasoned local, there is something here for everyone, every time. Too much to list here; but happy to expand on options and give personalized suggestions upon request.
Live theater, shopping, museums, skyscrapers, and boat tours. Shop on magnificent mile or state street, great people watching.
This is the downtown and central hub of the city. You'll find most of the theatre scene here as well as attractions like the Willis (fomerly Sears) tower.
Brown Line - Adams/Wabash stop - Cindy's Rooftop - The Art Institute of Chicago - Millenium Park - Michigan Avenue
The heart of the City of Chicago! A must-visit part of town for any first-time visitor. Stop by the Chicago Cultural Center as well as the Art History Museum. Visit The Gene Siskel Film Center for foreign independent films and rare finds. Stop by Bandera for great jazz music, drinks and food…
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“The Merchandise Mart is a commercial building located in the Near North Side of Chicago, Illinois, United States. When it opened in 1930, it was the largest building in the world”
- 5 locals recommend
“Named after its proximity to Lake Michigan. Quiet blocks to walk up and down.”
- 2 locals recommend
“Always a great time to stroll through Michigan ave aka the Magnificent Mile. Enjoy ice cream and hot chocolate or a horse and carriage ride around a bustling fountains and monuments.”
- 8 locals recommend