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|Baltimore-Washington Jun 19, 2021||Chicago Jun 27, 2021||Baltimore-Washington > Chicago Jun 19, 2021-Jun 27, 2021||$140*|
|Baltimore-Washington Jun 11, 2021||Chicago Jun 18, 2021||Baltimore-Washington > Chicago Jun 11, 2021-Jun 18, 2021||$175*|
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Those on a leisure tour of this place should visit major attractions, including Lincoln Park Zoo, John Hancock Center, Museum of Natural History, Grant Park, Willis Tower, Brookfield Zoo and Navy Pier. Chicago can be easily reached from major Indian cities, courtesy regular air services offered by different international carriers.
One of the biggest challenges for visitors to Chicago can be the weather. Fiercely hot in the summer, the city is bitterly cold and windy in the winter. 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.
Main Airports in Chicago
Chicago is home to two large international airports and that includes Chicago O’Hare and Chicago Midway. O’Hare International is one of the world’s busiest airports and millions of people pass through its terminals every year.
Located around 27 miles northwest of central Chicago, it is 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, 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.
Best time to fly to Chicago
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 not be possible.
Winters in Chicago can be bitingly cold, with the city’s famous winds making the temperature feel even lower. Unless all the attractions you are planning to see indoor, it might be best to plan your trip outside of the winter season.
Airlines fly to Chicago
Multiple airlines serve the two airports with Delta, Southwest and Volaris being among those that fly to Midway International and JetBlue, United and Spirit included in airlines that fly to O’Hare. International travelers can fly on a multitude of airlines into Chicago, including Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and Emirates.
Things to do in Chicago
There is never a shortage of things to do no matter what time of year you choose to visit Chicago. Visitors at Christmas Time don’t want to miss a stroll down the Miracle Mile with its high-end shops and upscale dining experiences.
Top the evening off with a visit to 360 Chicago at the top of the John Hancock building. The thrilling attraction offers breathtaking views of the city along with Tilt, one of a kind observation cubes that moves you out over the streets from 1,000 feet up.