Travel & Outdoors
How do you know which hyped-up restaurants will actually deliver? Here is a list of favorites that local Chicagoans agree are worth the notoriety that they’ve enjoyed.
Despite gentrification and an influx of transplants across the entire city, these communities still have that “je nais se quois” that makes each distinctive in its own right.
Although the Chicago Park District offers six courses in town, serious golfers have to travel just a little to satisfy their addiction.
With so many hotel choices in Chicago, you may as well choose one that knows just how welcome a complimentary breakfast can be to guests whether in town on business or pleasure.
There are many spots to sunbathe in Chicago. Depending on the atmosphere one is looking for, there is the perfect sunbathing spot available for everyone.
Here are a few of the most fun places to stay and eat and things to see while you plan your long weekend in the Windy City.
International travel can be done on a budget without breaking the bank. A Chicago travel expert shares her tips on how to save money while traveling internationally.
Although most Chicago Parks don’t provide grills, almost all of them allow you to bring your own portable grill to their picnic areas, including these three.
Assuming every local and out-of-towner is familiar with the venerated Art Institute of Chicago and its treasures, here are a handful of other choice spots to eat your art out.
From thrill rides to knowing where to grab a bite to eat, this guide is all you need for a fun day at Six Flags Great America.
Want to take advantage of the long weekend without heading too far out of the city? There are several places close enough to Chicago to do in an easy trip but far enough away to feel like you’re still getting away.
From festivals to museum exhibits, there’s plenty to do in Chicago this summer. These five attractions are worth a look while visiting the Windy City.
As the weather starts to warm up and spending time outdoors begins to seem more appealing, what could be more fun than organizing a backpacking trip?
Visiting the City of Chicago on a rainy day can make for the most memorable experiences and fun activities.
Here are five free tours that you can enjoy in Chicago without breaking the bank.
Renting a bike in Chicago is a great way to explore the city and an economical way to travel while enjoying the sites and sounds of Chicago.
Traveling with your pet can be fun. Finding pet-friendly hotels is possibly the biggest challenge, so we’ve put together a few of them that you can check out here in Chicago.
Experience all that the Windy City has to offer and plan a visit to the best parks in Chicago.
Ready to shed the chill of winter from your bones and step into spring? What better place than a warm and relaxing spa to rejuvenate your body and mind.
While it may be difficult to pick just one, some of Chicago’s best attractions for kids include museums, zoos, discovery centers, LEGOS and dolls.