With a grand boulevard and a growing selection of restaurants and bars, Logan Square is one of the city's trendiest neighborhoods.
Pilsen is one of the most recognizable areas of the city. Located in the southwest part of Chicago, with its distinctive graffiti and vibrant public art.
If you consider yourself a foodie, there's no better place to live than the West Loop. The neighborhood is known for its abundance of excellent restaurants and bars.
Ah, Wicker Park. This is where he shot High Fidelity. And there was that Wicker Park movie with Josh Hartnett. Culture in Wicker Park and Bucktown Chicago.
He'll definitely end up in River North at some point. Filled with nightlife and food and drink options, this bustling neighborhood has something for everyone.
Lincoln Park is one of the city's most affluent neighborhoods and a 1,200-acre park of the same name. Due to its proximity to Lake Michigan and the Loop.
Andersonville is a Far North Side neighborhood with tons of personality and no shortage of ways to keep visitors engaged.
Home to the University of Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Obama family, Hyde Park is one of the city's most historic neighborhoods.
If you're visiting Chicago to see Lake Michigan, you can't do much better than Lakeview. The neighborhood doesn't have the long beaches others brag about.