If you are ready for a break from the gambling, glitz and glamor that only the state of Nevada can offer and want to visit a city that offers visitors exciting and interesting attractions, entertainment and events, let Orbitz.com help you make the trip from Las Vegas to Chicago.
Flights from Las Vegas depart from McCarran International Airport, which is 4 miles southwest of the center of Las Vegas. To get to the airport, you have several transportation options. Taxi, limousine or shuttle services are available, and you can also drop off a rental car at the airport. Also, the Regional Transportation Authority of Southwest Nevada provides bus service to and from the airport. Most of the major airlines fly in and out of McCarran, including Delta, US Air, American Airlines and United Airlines.
McCarran International Airport is divided into two separate terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. It is important to determine from which terminal your flight departs, and this information is printed on your tickets. If you need parking, both terminals offer short-term, long-term and valet parking in a covered garage. Surface parking in the economy parking lot is also available. Long-term parking rates are a maximum of $14 per day in the covered garage and $10 per day in the surface lots.
If you would like to eat before departing on your trip, there are a variety places to choose from at both terminals. You can get a quick bite at Burger King, grab a pastry at Cinnabon or enjoy ice cream from Carvels. Whatever the preference, there is something for everyone, even if you are looking for a bargain.
Located in the Midwest section of the United States, Chicago, Illinois, is dubbed the "Windy City." Home to several major sport franchises, a bustling shopping and theater district and bursting with history, it is an enjoyable destination for any curious traveler.
You will fly into Chicago and land at either O'Hare International Airport or Midway International Airport. O'Hare is 17 miles from downtown Chicago, while Midway is 10 miles away. From O'Hare, you can take the Blue Line, a shuttle service, flag down a taxi or rent a car. Midway offers an airport shuttle, regional buses, taxis and rental cars.
Chicago has all four weather seasons, so you will need to dress according to when you are visiting the city. The warmest months are July and August when the average temperature reaches the mid-80s. The coldest months are December through February, where temperatures reach the high 30s. These months are also when you will experience cold winds and snow, which can cause a significant decrease in temperature, especially at night.
Once you've checked into your hotel room and unpacked, there are a variety of things to experience in Chicago. You can visit Navy Pier or the Museum of Science and Industry, explore Millenium Park, take in a performance of the Million Dollar Quartet or spend the day at Lake Michigan. Let Orbitz.com help you find the attractions that will make you stay more enjoyable.
When you are ready to make the trek from Nevada to the Land of Lincoln, let Orbitz.com help you plan your trip from Las Vegas to Chicago. From airfare to hotel reservations and an itinerary, we can help you plan a trip that you will remember for years to come.
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