The world renowned city of architecture, Chicago, is one of the most popular traveling spots in the world. Chicago is a large and diverse city that offers almost too many options. There you'll find hotels, restaurants, and architectural attractions to suit every style.
Chicago caters to the most sophisticated travelers from all over the world. So there are many tours that go beyond simple sightseeing to explore important historical and architectural landmarks in depth. You can take a walking, bike, boat, and bus tours to more than 60 architectural sites and environments. Consider the places that the natives steer their out-of-town relatives to when they want to experience the "real" Chicago. Some are well-known tourist attractions; others are insider secrets. But all are places and experiences that truly sum up the city.
Chicago boat tours are a great way to take in Chicago's incredible skyline from a whole new perspective. The sight of sunlight or moonlight sparkling off the city's skyscrapers never fails to thrill.
Chicago boat tours are perhaps the most popular because traveling by water lets you enjoy the same buildings you see walking by foot from a unique vantage point. You glide along both the north and the south branches of the Chicago River. The guides provide interesting historical facts along the way. The tour features the landmark buildings, such as the Gothic Tribune Tower and the contemporary NBC Tower, constructed in the form of a wedding-cake; Marina City, the Civic Opera House, the Sears Tower and others. Chicago boat tours are truly historical cruises that travel both on the lake and river to explore the development of the city.
For the exquisite travelers or those celebrating special events, the yacht charters along Chicago's magnificent skyline are also available. Each of the vessels is one of a kind in style and design and provides a unique setting for your special event.
If you are on search for spine-tingling experiences, discover the most haunted places with the city's most authentic Chicago ghost tours. Those are the supernatural tours of cemeteries, murder sites, Indian burial grounds, haunted pubs, and other spooky places with an informative history lesson along the way.
The cemetery tours will lead you to Archer Woods Cemetery, Resurrection Cemetery and one of the best area cemeteries Graceland that stretches along Clark Street in the Swedish neighborhood of Andersonville. There you'll view the tombs and monuments of many Chicago notables. You can also join a haunted history tour through the most authentic haunted sites.
This historically haunted tour visits numerous spirited sites throughout the city, including Death Alley, Hull House (the most haunted house in Chicago), the St. Valentine's Day Massacre Site and more. The professional guides will show you the "other" side of Chicago in a way that no other tour can do. Supernatural Chicago boat tours are available as well.
Don't be scared away, the ghost tours are interactive excursions into the history and hauntings of Chicago, narrated and guided by a staff of historians and paranormal enthusiasts that will introduce you to the seldom seen side of the city.