The city of Chicago is known for its beautiful waterfront, stunning architecture, fine ethnic dinning as well as “The Cubs” home Wrigley Field and so much more. Chicago is filled with many delicious restaurants as well as many ethnic restaurant districts. The districts include the Mexican villages,  “Greektown”, “Little Italy”, “Chinatown”, ” Polish Patches” as well as Indian dining along Devon Avenue. Downtown is the center of Chicago’s financial, cultural and the city’s skyscrapers. While your in town don’t forget to catch a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field, take a cruise around Navy Pier and try Chicago’s famous deep dish pizza! Since Chicago is known for its architecture you MUST take a water tour, and the best tour company to use is Shoreline Sightseeing (my favorite!). Shoreline Sightseeing offers Lake Michigan boat tours and architectural cruises through the city of Chicago, showing Chicago’s amazing skyline. You also wont want to miss the view on the 96th floor of The John Hancock Center (875 North Michigan Avenue) its a 100-story, 1,127-foot tall skyscraper with INCREDIBLE views of the city. While you’re downtown, head over to Millennium park and get a picture with “The Bean”!  Chicago is such a fun city with a great vibe, lots to see and do and what a gorgeous view of Lake Michigan (which honestly looks more like a caribbean ocean!).