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|Destination Airport||O'Hare Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||ORD|
|Destination City Name||Chicago|
One of the most iconic cities in the USA, Chicago is home to towering skyscrapers, legendary sports teams, great food and a vibrant cultural scene. Book flights to Chicago and you can explore everything the Windy City has to offer.
Summer is the busiest time for tourists visiting Chicago. The weather is warm, the skies are generally clear and the city hosts numerous festivals throughout June, July and August. Although the popularity of the summer months can make it more of a challenge to find cheap flights to Chicago, if you know where to look finding a great deal should still be possible.
If you want to avoid the crowds of the summer months, visit Chicago in April, May, September or October. Attractions, sports events and hotels are normally quieter during the autumn and spring months, making it easy for you to make the most of the city during your stay.
Winters in Chicago can be bitingly cold, with the city’s famous winds making the temperature feel even lower. Unless all of the attractions you’re planning to see are indoor, it might be best to plan your trip outside of the winter season.
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Chicago is home to two large international airports.
Chicago O’Hare and Chicago Midway. O’Hare International is one of the world’s busiest airports and sees millions of people pass through its terminals every year. Located around 27 miles northwest of central Chicago, it’s connected to the city via the ‘L’ train as well as buses, taxis and airport shuttles.
The city’s second airport is Chicago Midway. Located just eight miles from The Loop (Chicago’s central district), it serves a wide choice of domestic airports as well as a few selected international destinations. Like O’Hare, Chicago Midway is on the city’s public transport network.
Chicago’s public transport network is the second most extensive in the United States.
The fastest and most convenient form of public transport in the city is the ‘L’ train. An icon of Chicago, it connects the entire central area of the city as well as some outlying neighbourhoods.
Buses also run on routes all over the city, making it easy to reach your destination no matter where you’re off to.
The centre of Chicago is easy to navigate on foot. A number of attractions are within walking distance of each other. Alternatively, you can hire a bike and explore Chicago on two wheels.
When you touch down in the Windy City, the first sightseeing spot on your itinerary should be Millennium Park. This 25-acre site is known for its free concerts and events and makes a great destination for an afternoon stroll or a bit of people watching.
Another must see sight in Chicago is Navy Pier. Originally opened in 1916, the pier is home to a great choice of attractions, shops, eateries and gardens.