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Chicago - Explore Windy City 4 days

  • Visit Chicago Skyline,Museum Campus, Lake of Michigan,Magnificent Miles,Navy Pier,TrumpTower,Bulls Stadium,Willis (Sears) Tower, Marine City(Corn Building), Wrigley Building, Millennium Park, Cloud Gate, Historic Route 66 Begin, Obama residence, Hemingway’s Birth Place, Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, the Headquarter of McDonald,Baha’i Worship House,University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Field Museum、Shedd Aquarium、 Adler Planetarium、Art Institute of Chicago, CBOT.
  • Deluxe hotels, bus, Chinese and English speaking tour guide.

Day 1 :Hometown - Chicago
At O’Hare Airport, meet the tour guide in baggage claim area, where free pick-up service will be available between 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM, also can drop off at Fashion outlet but costs $120 for groups of 4 or less for nighttime pick-ups (9:00 PM to 9:00 AM); whereas at Midway Airport, transportation to the hotel will be managed by oneself or, for $120, pick-up service for groups of 4 or less. There will be an additional $120 charged for any group beyond 4 at both airports. Can’t wait to see the Windy City? Join our optional night tour for only $35 per person as long as you arrive at the hotel before 5:00 PM! Night Tour: Chicago Skyline, Small Peninsula, Buckingham Fountain, Millennium Park, Navy Pier, Michigan Avenue, Chicago River.
Hotel : Holiday Inn Express or similar.
Day 2 : The city with the best architecture design – full day tour highlights
  • Willis Tower (originally Sears Tower), reaching the heights of 110 floors. It presides over the famous Field Museum of Natural History and overlooks the boundless expanse of the Five Great Lakes. It will allow you to “float” above the city in an elevated glass case looking down on the city, allowing one to be exhilarated and awestruck by the beauty of the city. Entrance fees are $23 per person.
  • There is a small peninsula (located near the museum district) off the shores of Lake Michigan that is perfect for viewing the beautiful Chicago skyline. From this point of view, the landscape, structure and skyscrapers turn into a perfect mosaic of architecture, making the Chicago skyline one of the world’s most beautiful.
  • Millennium Park is a place with wondrous sculptural designs, delightful music, and the perfect combination of high-tech city and world-famous gardens.
  • Chicago Board of Trade or "Little Wall Street" is the world's first and largest futures exchange. Chicago has an experienced position in the global business sector and is the second largest US Wall Street financial district.Chicago City Hall and Picasso Statue.
  • Bulls Arena    Reminisce about the "Bulls dynasty" miracle, take pictures with a Michael Jordan statue and feel the atmosphere surrounding a city’s best and proudest sports team.
  • University of Chicago is the birthplace of nuclear energy and the first typical cultural American university. It is near President Obama’s residence, complete with stories of his life experiences, ups and downs of the struggle to the summit of power and the genera achievements of America's first African American president in searching for the American dream.
  • Navy Pier once a naval base in the Great Lakes, is now a comprehensive playground for the world most visited lakeside park in the United States.
  • The Buildings by Chicago River  Green Arrow gum headquarters buildings, the Chicago Tribune Tower, corn buildings, Chicago Merchandizer Mart.
  • Grant Park and the Buckingham Fountain    Grant Park is known as Chicago’s Gateway Park and the Buckingham Fountain is the largest man-made fountain in the world. This is the same place where President Obama announced his election into presidency as the first African American president in this nation.
  • Old water tower, Michigan Avenue, Grand burnt city, the old water tower stands the only witness Phoenix Nirvana story; Michigan Avenue, one of the world's top commercial street, first-class brand boutiques, Regal shopping paradise, there Magnificent Mile said.
  • Great Lakes Cruise offers a lovely boat ride on Lake Michigan, allowing for a picturesque view of Chicago from the waters. This ride along the shores of the Chicago River---- on Lake Michigan vast sea, the boat look back to the city of Chicago Magnificent World rare picture; along the Chicago River rafting, ornamental architectural works of masters of modern architecture group is known on both sides of the Museum of Art, is a worthwhile trip Chicago tradition. (Tickets $ 36 per person)
Hotel : Comfort Inn or similar. or similar.
Day 3 :Outstanding Chicago west Tour
On the third day of Hemingway's former residence, McDonald's headquarters Tribune manor day trips main attractions Profile
  • Ernest Hemingway’s Home is something to be revered, having been one of the greatest American authors of all time (tickets required). He lived in a town stylistically similar to Oak Park City.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home and Studio was one that contained one of the world’s greatest architects, having designed villas and some of America’s most stunning housing areas. The way Wright combines architecture, art and design is simply magnificent.
  • The Headquarter of McDonald   The building of McDonald headquarters (commonly known as French fries Building) serves the purpose of R & D, staff training and a University of Hamburg.
  • Naperville Village is the most comfortable place to live in. Walking on the beach, listening to the sound of the Millennium Bell could be the best memory in the tour.
  • The Tribune Family Estate is home to one of America’s greatest newspaper publishing companies,visit First Division Museum.
Hotel : Comfort Inn or similar.
Day 4 :Baha'i Temple, Northwestern University, Regal district leisure day trips main attractions Profile
  • Northwestern University is located in the quaint little town of Evanston. It is an affluent area containing one of the two best universities in the Chicagoland area. Experience the tranquility of this Evanston college town.
  • Baha'i Temple advocates the unity of the Baha’i world headquarters in North America and its magnificent architectural design.
  • Mansion area is one of the top luxury residential areas in the United States. Jordan and some other stars once lived here. These mansions dwell in the forest by the Great Lakes and they are as pretty as a fairy tale world.
  • Field Museum  The Field Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum in Chicago, and is one of the largest such museums in the world.
  • Shedd Aquarium   Shedd Aquariumaquarium contains 32,500 animals, and was the largest indoor aquarium in the world.
  • Adler Planetarium   The Adler is America's first planetarium,it is home to three full size theaters, extensive space science exhibitions, and a significant collection of antique scientific instruments and print materials.
  • Art Institute of Chicago  The Art collection of the Art Institute of Chicago is ranked second in the United States. It features a collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art in its permanent collection.
  • After tour, take plane to home after7:00pm

Fare Includes:
※ 3 nights hotel accommodation, rooms including two full size beds.
※ Airport and local transportation

※ Add 1 more night stay , $120/per room night.
Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, personal insurance costs, etc.
Tips to guide and driver, total $ 8.00 per person per day.
Air Fare, Meals, tickets and tips
The tickets for the tour itinerary.

Items :Admission tickets:


Adults Child Senior(65+)
Willis Tower
$23 $15 (3-11yrs $23
Chicago Boat   
$36 $17  
the Art Institute of Chicago  
$25 $19 $19

*Tickets are subject to change without notice.

Explore Windy City 4 days

CODE DEPARTURE Twin 3rd/4th Pax Single
Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun
$380 $280 $580

Tour CodeDepatureTWIN3rd4thSINGLECHILDRemark