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Oct 25, 2012 - Chicago in a nutshell

The third mostly inhabited city of the country and located in the State of Illinois, is Chicago. The city is also plays an important role in areas of finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transportation in the United States, and one of the best ways to visit the windy city is with a Bus Rental Chicago party bus, charter bus, coach bus or mini bus so that the ride is always comfortable.

Chicago’s downtown area is not only an international financial hub, it is also a culturally rich commercial centre and home to many of the city's famous skyscrapers, abundant restaurants, shopping, museums, a stadium for the Chicago Bears, convention facilities, parkland, and beaches. The designed of the city is structured in a way to centralize all the mentioned areas and located within a section commonly referred to as "The Loop" by locals. This unique structure or section is an eight-block by five-block square of city streets encircled by elevated rail tracks. Rent a party bus for a ride around the block if you want to make the most out of your time here.

Travel up north from Chicago downtown, where the River North neighbourhood is located. River North has the nation’s largest concentration of contemporary art galleries and home to many aspiring artists. You will also be able to visit Boystown and Andersonville, all known as LGBT neighbourhoods. Lincoln Park is also located in the north of the city, this 1,200-acres park stretches for 8.9 km and features two must see attractions; the nation’s free zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo, and the Lincoln Park Conservatory.

While at the South Side of the city is where the two largest park of Chicago is located, Jackson Park and Washington who plays host the the largest parades of the city. The African American Bud Biliken is an annual parade celebrating of the betterment of the Chicago’s youth. You can set a picnic there or join the rest of the charter visitors for a fun and crazily packed time there.

The city’s west, is home to the Garfield Park Conservatory, Humboldt Park's Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Puerto Rican Day Parade, as well as the National Museum of Mexican Art and St. Adalbert's Church in Pilsen.

With such diversity the city is known for it’s remarkable gastronomic tour as it features an international dining experience from Latin American cuisines such as Mexican and Puerto Rican food, mediterranean inspired Greek’s restaurants, authentic Asian such as the Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese food as well as traditional Indian and Pakistanti food.

So whoever said the windy city sometimes blew hot and cold must have undoubtedly said it after sampling the different areas of Chicago. For us, the best way to experience the city, is in the comfort of a Bus Charters Chicago ride party bus, school bus or bus charter vehicle.