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Las mejores actividades en Chicago

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Restaurante americano moderno
“Come eat (& stay if you wish, this place has a bed and breakfast upstairs) at this whiskey-driven pub that serve's unquie dishes that are based on ingredient availability, so the dishe's are different each time you go! You won't leave dissapointed. ”
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“I'd probably just go here while you are shopping or out in Wicker Park but they brew a local beer (and it's great).”
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“The Willis Tower, built as and still commonly referred to as the Sears Tower, is a 110-story, 1,450-foot skyscraper. Take cool pics from the Skydeck! ”
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“There's a signature room, you can grab a drink at the top and find great views at the discounted price of one drink, smoothie, beer or wine! Great sunset pictures.”
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“Favorite burger spot (there will often be lines here, so try to go off hours if you decide to go).”
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“Alice in Wonderland meets Marie Antoinette... Dressy, hip, inventive cocktails. Take notice of the every changing mural and expect to wait for a seat and spend a few bucks. ”
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Jewelry Store
“Interesting mall that was made popular in the 80s and 90s. Worth seeing for the architecture, but the shopping is just so so in the building. Better served walking up/down Michigan Ave”
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Football Stadium
“Watch the Chicago Bears during football season or go check out Beyonce when she's in town.”
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Restaurante americano moderno
“It can be difficult to get a dinner reservation. So hang at the bar & lounge for best cocktails & apps. FAV Ring of Fire.”
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“Chicago's Adler Planetarium is America's first planetarium and a premiere resource for inspiring the next generation of space explorers.”
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“207-acre park with picturesque pond and boathouse. For some water adventures: rent peddle swans or canoes in the summer. To keep the adventure on a wheels: you can rent different bikes to see the park from a different view. I tend to visit the park early. During the weekend there are a ton a baseball, soccer games and family gatherings. Be sure to stay safe and stay in well lit areas. ”
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Fried Chicken Joint (restaurante de pollo frito)
“One of the cities best patios to enjoy on a sunny day. Especially if you like ping pong.”
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Restaurante estadounidense
“One of the most famous places to visit in Chicago, IL is the Hancock Building on Michigan Avenue located downtown. There is an observation deck on the 96th floor of the building. If you are not looking to spend your money on admission to have a beautiful view, you can simply visit the Signature Room, a restaurant and bar one floor down for a drink or a bite. The view is at least as good as on the 96th floor and you get to sip on your favorite cocktail.”
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“Ah, plant life! Come here for your fix of green in the colder months. A huge greenhouse with multiple rooms housing climate-specific collections of botanical wonders!”
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“Proudly referred to as "Chicago's Front Yard," Grant Park totals 312.98 acres and is a public park located in Chicago’s central business district in the Loop Community area. Grant Park’s most notable features include Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park, Buckingham Fountain, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum Campus. A city centerpiece much like New York’s Central Park, Grant Park is home to some of Chicago's most iconic landmarks and attractions. The park includes Museum Campus, the site of world-class museums the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History, the Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium. Grant Park's centerpiece is the Clarence Buckingham Memorial Fountain, built in 1927 to provide a monumental focal point while protecting the park's breathtaking lakefront views. Grant Park is also home to baseball diamonds, tennis courts and breathtaking gardens. The park plays host to some the city's largest food and music festivals, including The Taste of Chicago — a large food and music festival held around the Independence Day holiday — and The Grant Park Music Festival. Grant Park is also the site of the start and finish lines for the Chicago Marathon and Lollapalooza, a popular outdoor music festival. Grant Park has been the site of many large, historic civic events. In 1911, it hosted the major Chicago International Aviation Meet. In 1968, it was the scene of clashes between Chicago Police and demonstrators during the Democratic National Convention. In 1979, Pope John Paul II delivered an outdoor mass to a large crowd in the par,k, and in the 1990s, championship celebrations for the Chicago Bulls were staged here. The park was also the location for President Barack Obama's Election Day victory speech on the night of November 4, 2008. Named for U.S. President and Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant, Grant Park was developed as one of Chicago's first parks. Grant Park offers many different attractions in its large open space. It is crossed by large boulevards and pedestrian bridges are used to connect Millennium Park and Maggie Daley so that patrons may cross S. Columbus Drive with ease. There are also several parking garages underneath the park, near Michigan Avenue.”
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“Casual, brick-walled pizza pub where deep-dish pies with caramelized crusts are served until late.”
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