The Magnificent Mile, Chicago
Categories: Neighborhoods, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
An upscale shopping district, The Magnificent Mile, lives up to its name with a selection of high-end stores, luxurious restaurants, and hotels covering multiple blocks downtown. Several of the tallest buildings in the world sit in this district like the John Hancock Center and the Trump International Hotel and Tower, which offer stunning views of the city's architecture and lakefront. The area also features iconic landmarks such as the Historic Water Tower, one of the longest-standing structures in the city, which was built in 1869 and was one of the few surviving buildings after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Watch a show at the theater, marvel at the museums, or explore the abundant and various boutiques and stores. For The Magnificent Mile and beyond, use our Chicago travel itinerary planner to get the most from your Chicago vacation.
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A great Chicago attraction! Good for both real and window shopping in all kinds of weather since besides stores you can just walk into from the street it also features a mall. Most of the stores are p... read more »
Everything you could possibly want to purchase exists on the Magnificent Mile. They have tourist shops with Chicago gear. They have high-end stores like Nordstroms. Even something as basic as a Macy's... read more »
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