Summer is quickly coming to a close and with it, the end of enjoying Chicago’s unbeatable weather. Before things are closed and packed up until next year, here are 15 things you need to do to truly enjoy all that Chicago has to offer outside.
Chicago has many food tours for guests to enjoy. Featured here are six of the top ranked tours. Tongue in cheek, it is said that Chicago has four food groups: pizza, hotdogs, beer, and sweets. All of these can be enjoyed on many of these tours. There are tours for those who prefer more formal dining. Family friendly or adult only tours are available.
So you’ve heard Chicago is the Windy City, but who said anything about it being rainy?! Well with wind comes rain, but that doesn’t mean a vacation to Chicago needs to be all hotel room… there are plenty of thing to do in Chicago when it’s gray and rainy! Spring in Chicago does seem to bring with it some spring showers, so enjoy our list of top things to do in Chicago in the rain.
Spring is a time of flowers, warmer weather (the Windy City is finally thawing out a bit), and incredible things to do outside. So leave the umbrella at the door and pack up those winter coats, because this spring is looks like a nice one! If you are wondering what to do in spring in Chicago look no further, we’ve got you covered.
The Windy City is one of the top travel destinations in the USA, and with attractions such as Navy Pier, Willis (formerly Sears) Tower and world renowned tours it’s not a surprise. Rather than breaking out the big bucks, why not explore the city on a budget? Save the dough for the next trip.
People always say you can either cook, or you can’t. Cook Au Vin is disproving that with incredible cooking classes in Chicago for people of all walks of life. French fusion catering and cooking classes in Chicago makes Cook Au Vin one of the most original and interesting things to do in Chicago for both locals and tourists.