How to Reach Chicago


  • By Air: Chicago’s two airports are the O'Hare International Airport northwest side of the city, and the smaller Midway Airport south of the downtown area. From either airport, you can take a rental car, shuttle bus or taxi.
  • By Train: Chicago is well connected to almost every major city of USA via rail and for good reason, historically, the city was the rail hub of the entire nation.  
  • By Bus: Busses connect Chicago, Illinois to many major cities of USA. Busses at regular intervals connect the city to Davenport, Omaha, Iowa, East Lansing, Atlanta, Nashville, New York and many other cities.
  • By Road: Chicago is connected to the rest of the state and country via major highways like  I-55 (Stevenson Expressway), I-90/94 (The Dan Ryan), I-90 (The Kennedy) and  I-94 (Edens Expressway). 


  • By Metro: Metro connects all the neighbourhoods of Chicago and is a convenient mode to travel by. Best way to explore the city is; book your favourite Chicago tours and they may provide transportations also.
  • By Bus: The bus system of the city is really well planned and the busses connect almost every major Chicago attraction to each other.
  • By Train: There are a few train stations in Chicago. However, it is not a preferred way to travel within the city.
  • By Car: One can rent a car and drive around Chicago.
  • By Taxi: Having the least expensive fair in the nation, taxis can be hailed from anywhere in the city.
  • By Bicycle: Chicago has designated and dedicated bicycle paths that make it easier for cyclists to explore the city at their own pace.
  • Water Taxi: To travel around the fringes of downtown Chicago, water taxis prove to be convenient.