FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
21 November 2019
04 Nights | Heathrow
Based on 21st November 2019
Other Dates & Airports Available (£)
YOUR HOLIDAY OVERVIEW
Experience the World famous Magnificent Mile Lights Festival! The tree-lighting parade steps onto North Michigan Avenue at Oak Street. Grand Marshals Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse and their friends from the Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida travel down North Michigan Avenue to Wacker Drive, lighting one million lights along the way! The procession features spectacular floats, helium-filled balloons, marching bands and top musical performers. Look out for lively appearances made by Hubert the Lion, Benny the Bull and other well-known Chicago mascots from BMO Harris Bank.
Then enjoy the incredible Fireworks spectacular over the Chicago River at North Michigan Avenue.
Return Flights from Heathrow, UK
04 Nights 4* Inn of Chicago Hotel
Board Basis - Room Only
All Hand & Hold Luggage
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YOUR HOLIDAY ITINERARY
DAY 01 - 05: CHICAGO, USA
Welcome to Chicago, the city that feels like home. Chicago has a little something for everyone. You can visit world-class museums, dine at one of the many Michelin-star restaurants or catch a show in one of over 200 theatres. No matter what you love to do, you’ll feel right at home doing it in Chicago.
Whether your penchant for chic takes you to The Magnificent Mile, or your craving for unique lures you to neighbourhood boutiques, one thing’s a certainty: You’re going to need a bigger suitcase.
There are plenty of things to do in Chicago, including tours, spectator sports, shopping and other attractions. The nightlife doesn't stop either with plenty of bars and nightclubs, live music and comedy clubs.
Star chefs; world-renowned, top rated restaurants; and cuisine inspired by every culture imaginable. Chicago is a culinary mecca—home to celebrated food festivals (sink your teeth into Taste of Chicago, Windy City Smokeout and Chicago Gourmet, among many others)
The beauty of Chicago lies not only in its magnificent downtown architecture, but also in the city's vast preserved green space. Chicagoans and locals have over 580 parks, dozens of gardens and 8,300 acres of grass, flowers and trees at their disposal. With beaches, ice rinks and an 18.5-mile long bike path, there's no shortage of options for Chicago's active visitors and locals.