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Flights to Chicago
You'll be blown away by the Windy City
America’s third largest city, Chicago sits on the shores of Lake Michigan in the heart of the Midwest. The birthplace of the skyscraper, this city is a highlight for architecture enthusiasts. For an easy way to take in the dramatic skyline, just hop on a Chicago river cruise.
Millennium Park offers loads of activities for families on holiday in Chicago, plus a spectacular collection of landscape design and art. Enjoy Chicago’s buzzing jazz and blues scene, or scream yourself silly on the wild rides and waterslides at the Six Flags amusement park. Book your flights to Chicago to start the adventure.
Scale the Skydeck
Get an incredible 360-degree view of Chicago from the second-tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. If you're feeling brave, step out on The Ledge, a knee-trembling glass floor, 1353ft up! See our blog for more sky high tips.
Watch the White Sox
Live the American dream and check out a baseball game while in town. The US Cellular Field stadium is home to the famous Chicago White Sox. For other Chicago must-sees, our blog has you covered.
Catch a flight to Chicago and taste a real speciality – the deep-dish pizza. Far from the delicate Italian version, it sports a buttery crust up to three inches tall, full of cheese, toppings and sauce.
Shop 'til you drop
Chicago boasts some excellent shopping spots. Stroll the Magnificent Mile, the city’s chic designer destination, browse the antiques and homeware shops of River North, or hit the hip boutiques of Bucktown.
Party with a difference
Dance in a converted church at the spectacular Excalibur club, which was once a makeshift morgue, or venture down to The Drifter, a genuine former speakeasy where the daily changing drinks list is printed on tarot cards. For alternative liquid entertainment, check out our guide to Chicago's best bars.
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Connect with our partner Delta Air Lines to Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Chicago. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Chicago is the US Dollar (USD).
Chicago has an easy to navigate, walkable grid system. The subway is also easy to use. See more Chicago travel information.