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Airports in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is served by two airports- Philadelphia International Airport, and the Northeast Philadelphia Airport. The Philadelphia International Airport is the primary airport serving the Delaware Valley. It is Located between the city of Philadelphia and Tinicum Township in Pennsylvania. The airport offers scheduled domestic and international flights to Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through the train and bus service operated by South Eastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (called SEPTA) and taxis. The Northeast Philadelphia Airport serves as a general aviation reliever airport for Philadelphia International Airport.

Explore Chicago

Chicago is the third-most populous city in the United States. It is located along Lake Michigan in the state of Illinois. Its picture-perfect waterfront skyline (led by Willis Tower, the second tallest building in the Western Hemisphere) and a vibrant nightlife have earned the city the nickname of global architecture capital. Chicago’s unbeatable leadership is further powered by a stellar presence of 20th century architectural and artistic masterpieces. Also of note in the city is the Chicago Park District that consists of more than 570 parks, 31 sand beaches, several museums, two conservatories and 50 nature zones.

Things to do in Chicago

Millennium Park

Millennium Park is a prominent civic center in Chicago. This lakeside attraction along Lake Michigan is home to a wide range of public art and is known for its four postmodern architectural highlights- the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate, the Crown Fountain and the Lurie Garden. The Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a state-of-the-art pavilion with a picturesque stage framed by curving plates of stainless steel. This pavilion hosts the famous Grant Park Music Festival, a 10-week classical music concert series every year in summer season.

Navy Pier

Built in 1916, the Navy Pier tops the rankings of tourist attractions in Chicago. This 3300 foot-long lakeside attraction along Lake Michigan comprises over fifty acres of parks, restaurants, gardens, shops and exhibition facilities. Some of its top highlights are the Chicago Children's Museum, the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and scores of art works like an anchor from the naval vessel USS Chicago.

Art Institute of Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. It was founded in 1879 and is now home to an encyclopedic collection of 300000 artworks spanning more than 5000 years of history and corresponding to various cultures around the world. Some popular highlights here include works by Pablo Picasso and about 25000 pieces of European artworks dating back to 1100 AD.

Best Time to fly to Chicago

The best times to visit Chicago are early summer (in April and May) and the fall season (in September and October). It is warm and sunny with maximum daylight hours and full of several cultural festivals like Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (April), Chicago Jazz Festival and Oktoberfest Chicago (in September) and the Chicago International Film Festival (October). Budget travelers can visit the city in winter season from November to March to avail cheaper hotel and flight rates. It is freezing cold but one can also enjoy events like The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival (in November) during this time.