Ready to start planning that reunion trip for your college friends who are spread across the country? Or perhaps you’ve been tasked with organizing a family reunion with members sprawled from coast to coast? Home to the Magnificent Mile and Wrigley Field, Chicago is not only where deep-dish pizza was invented, but also a prime location for travelers of all ages to meet in the middle of the country for vacation. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, the Windy City offers travelers its charm and hundreds of attractions to explore.
- Drive 11 miles northeast from Midway Airport
- Drive 18 miles southeast from Chicago O’Hare International Airport
If you’re planning to explore the city a bit with your group before picking up your car, you can easily rent from Alamo’s 203 N. LaSalle St. location, which is downtown near the Chicago Transit Authority Clark/Lake station and is accessible by the Blue or Orange train lines.
Lake Shore Drive: Your Access to Everything
Chicago’s Lakeshore Drive overlooks Lake Michigan. Along this scenic north-south expressway, visitors can access the Museum of Science and Industry, Navy Pier, Shedd Aquarium, Soldier Field and more. Park at the Diversey Driving Range in Lincoln Park, where you’ll pay only $18 for the day.