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If you are a sports fan traveling from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to O'Hare International Airport (ORD), you are not going to be disappointed upon arrival. Rooting for the White Sox, Cubs or Bulls is fun in itself, and the Cubs home turf, Wrigley Field, has become a national landmark. If you love architecture, you will be dazzled as you see some of the country’s most iconic buildings, like the Civic Opera Building, or the Tribune Tower.
Chicago Transit Authority trains make traveling to and from the airport and around the city, quick and inexpensive. You can take the train from the Blue Line station, located at the airport, directly into the heart of Chicago.
While traveling around Chicago, either by rental car or on the train, you will not want to miss visiting Navy Pier where you can enjoy a ride on the famous Ferris wheel, while admiring Lake Michigan and the city skyline. To reach Lake Michigan and the museum district from O'Hare, hop on I-90, also known as the Kennedy Expressway.
After a three hour flight from New York to Chicago, stretch your legs by walking around the Chicago Cultural Center. The massive building takes up an entire city block, stretching from Washington to Randolph Streets, and from Michigan Avenue to Garland Court.