Chicago is special for me, because I have my aunt and cousins living here. When I was there I spent most of the time with them, I have visited the city center several times and this is my recommendation for the best walking route.



These are the activities that I mostly recommend you in Chicago with Civitatis.

I have been working for Civitatis doing Business Development, so I can personally and professionally recommend you to get the activities and tours with Civitatis. And if you get any tour by the links below you help me to continue Flying With Flow! ūüėČ


Chicago River Boat Tour

Cruising down the Chicago River is one of the greatest ways to get to know this iconic city. Sail past its towering skyline and discover how Chicago became the birthplace of the skyscraper.


Chicago Tourist Bus

The Chicago Tourist Bus is a great way to get to know the Windy City. You can hop on and hop off at any of the stops to explore its iconic landmarks at your own pace.


Ticket to the 360 Chicago Observation Deck

Dare to contemplate¬†the best views of Chicago from the 360 Chicago Observation Deck. What’s more, you can choose the type of ticket you want and the number of times you want to get these premium views of the windy city.



  1. Ogilvie Transportation Center
  2. Willis Tower
  3. Franklin‚ÄďOrleans Street Bridge
  4. The Chicago Theatre
  5. Cloud Gate
  6. Buckingham Fountain
  7. London House Rooftop Bar
  8. Tribune Tower
  9. Ferris Wheel Navy Pier Chicago
  10. Navy Pier


Ogilvie Transportation Center

The walking route starts in the transportation center just in case you are getting the city center by train, but also is a good point to start over because of its location.


Willis Tower

To get the feeling of the city the best is to see it from the top! This is one of the best places to see the skyline. There are also like glass cages coming out from the building shape, where you can see through the floor while you are standing up.


Franklin‚ÄďOrleans Street Bridge

This walking route is coming this way because of the unique contrast of this area with the elevated subway, the old buildings and the new ones.

Also to pass through one of my favorite buildings of the city, the two grey towers behind of me.


The Chicago Theatre

Important theatre which is a must to pass through to see it as it was denominated a Chicago Landmark.


Cloud Gate

Icon of the city made by 168 stainles steel plates welded together inspired by liquid mercury which makes reflections of yourself and all the buildings surrounding. It is located in the Millennium Park


London House Rooftop Bar

One of the best rooftops in the city to get a panoramic view of the canals and the skyline.

The entrance is free and atop you can order cocktails, beer as well as appetizers.


Tribune Tower

By crossing the DuSable bridge you will find many historical and beautiful buildings as the Tribune Tower and the Wrigley Building.


Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier Chicago

The navy pier is a must stop to find parks, shops, restaurants and attractions as this iconic Centennial Wheel which heights 60 meters tall. It also home of the Chicago Children¬īs Museum, Boat Tours, Amazing Chicago¬īs Funhouse Maze, Imax Cinema and the Shakespeare Theater.


Navy Pier


The perfect place to end the day and enjoy the sunset with the Chicago¬īs Skyline.