Top 10 Places to Visit in Illinois State

Known as the Prairie State because once long ago, most of the state was covered in prairie grass, Illinois State is the USA’s fifth-largest and its predominant economic activity is agriculture. In fact, Illinois is the largest producer of pumpkins in the country. Read more

Group Traveling in Chicago by Bus vs. Flying

With our globalized world that is characterized by shrinking borders, we can go to practically any point locally or internationally that we desire. There is much to offer in the modes of transportation in Chicago available, with flights by airplane being viewed as the most convenient ones. However, before you press “Confirm” on your screen when buying your next plane ticket, think again. There are several reasons why group traveling by bus is better than flying.Read more

A Guide to Chicago's Top Schools Tour With a Private Bus

As the US’ third-largest city, it’s no surprise that Chicago is home to nearly 30 universities. Some of these are highly ranked in the country, while others appear in global rankings among the best in the world. Read more

Top 5 Group Day Trips in Chicago

In 2021, Chicago received around 30.7 million tourists coming from a wide number of countries and locations. In fact, as far back as January 2012, Chicago’s Mayor launched the “Choose Chicago” tourism organization in order to streamline tourist activities and market the city more effectively. This has certainly paid off as the number of visitors to the Windy City continues to climb.Read more

Leading Chicago Restaurants for Group Events

Are you planning a group trip to Chicago with your friends or family? If you are, dining is one of the main things that should be on the top of your list of plans and preparations. The best way to ensure that the whole group can enjoy a good meal in the perfect company is to plan in advance and have a few ideas on restaurants suitable for group events. Read more

Signature Dinner Cruises from Navy Pier

There are literally a ton of things you can do when you’re visiting Chicago. There are architecture tours, air and helicopter tours, museums and exhibitions, shows and musicals, festivals galore (both for art and for music), family-friendly activities, things to do at sunrise and at sunset, and everything else in between. Read more

Visit Naperville: top attractions and things to do

Located 35 miles west of Chicago, Naperville is among the most eminent suburbs to visit just outside the Windy City. The town is well-known for being the wealthiest suburb in the Midwest. It’s also one of the chart-toppers on the list of richest US suburbs, positioned at the 11th place. Naperville is popular for many things, one of them being the fact that it’s home to Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon (one of the four biggest carillons on the globe). Read more

Chicago conventions summer 2022

If you’re planning a visit to the Windy City during the summer season, why not mix pleasure with business to make the most of your travels? Chicago is host to a number of amazing and opportunity-rich conventions. These events enable attendees to network, discover innovations in specific areas, learn more about a particular sector, and get inspiration. We'll cover the transportation in Chicago you enjoy your business or vacation trip.Read more

All you need to know about Chicago Architecture Boat Tours

Chicago, also known as the Windy City, is home to some architectural delights and innovations. And what better way to view them than with a boat tour along the Chicago River? There are over 50 skyscrapers and historic buildings that have seen the complete makeover of the city’s skyline since the Great Chicago Fire of October 1871. After the fire burned for around two days, it destroyed around 3.3 square miles of the city, including 17,000 structures. This led to visionary architects introducing steel and glass in buildings, some of which would be considered the world’s tallest at given points in history. But what buildings can you see on a Chicago Architecture Boat Tour? And when is the best time for one? We take a closer look.Read more

The Complete Guide to Wrigley Field

If you thought that Wrigley Field, situated in the north part of Chicago, is only about baseball and hot dogs, you’d be wrong. Ever since it was founded in 1914 by Charles Weegham, this baseball field has undergone a massive transformation. It has hosted boxing matches and hockey games. It has hosted National Football League (NFL) events. And it is also a massive location for music concerts. In fact, in 2017, the attendance record for a concert was broken by Dead and Company reaching over 80,000 people. But what more is there to what is nicknamed the “Friendly Confines” or the previously-named Weegham Park? Let’s take a closer look. Find out how you can make your sports and events transporattion in Chicago easy and hassle free.Read more