The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago
Restaurants, Bars, Theaters, Museums, Festivals, Sports and More
Chicago Tribune Staff
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago is a quick and easy travel guide for the Chicago area, with recommendations from knowledgeable insiders at the Chicago Tribune. Featuring the extensive expertise of the city's most prominent newspaper, this guide is perfect for tourists and locals alike. Whether readers are planning a weekend getaway or an afternoon on the town, this book will reveal the best Chicago has to offer in dining, entertainment, museums, lodging, and more.
This convenient digital guide is ideal for the 21st-century traveler. Beyond top-notch pointers on what to do, where to go, and how to get there, this ebook can be read on any smartphone or electronic reader. Instead of lugging around clunky guide books or cumbersome maps, travelers can download this book and have the city at their fingertips.
Brief descriptions and details follow every recommended destination, including an address, phone number, and website link. Toggle straight from ebook to phone as everything you need is in the palm of your hand. Let the Chicago Tribune help get you started on exploring the city and surrounding suburbs.
It really was a useless purchase. Hotel and restaurant reviews are more current online. So I was hoping for some itineraries, or other some such guidance (e.g. planning a two day visit, maps with relevant sites, etc.). The book just offers categories of things to see in alphabetically organized lists, no rankings. It doesn't even list events chronologically or with dates appended. In fact, most practical information - including prices, days open - you have to go online to find. Which begs the question, if you're sending me online anyway, why do I need this book at all? Save the money and go online.