Chicago and New York

Chicago, New York City

from €929 per person
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When you think of New York it is natural to think of only Manhattan but it is worth remembering the other four boroughs, Staten Island, Queens, The Bronx and Brooklyn, have plenty to offer. If your a nocturnal foodie then why not head for the Queens Midnight Street Food Crawl or if you have an interest in all things nautical then take the ferry to Staten Island and check out the Museum for Maritime History. Visit the Brooklyn Bridge Park and kick back, relax and gaze at one of New York’s most iconic structures. Or head north and enjoy the world famous Bronx Zoo. From the five boroughs head to The Windy City, Chicago. This is a town that is synonymous with two major things, gangsters and sport. And you can easily immerse yourself in both with the likes of the Untouchables Tour and the Cubs, Bears and Bulls sports teams. Get a taste of Al Capone or a ballpark hotdog in this amazing city.

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“Make the most of Chicago by learning more about its most tumultuous period – the prohibition era, during the twenties, a time synonymous with Al Capone, Speakeasy culture and the rise of the Untouchables. Try one of the many tours available. The Grove shopping Mall is great for shopping and live music that entertains people in the eateries. Keep your eyes peeled as it is well known for celebrity spotting.”

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Offer Summary +

  • Flights from Dublin to Chicago
  • 3 Nights staying at the Inn of Chicago
  • Internal flights from Chicago to New York
  • 3 Nights at the Hilton Manhattan East
  • Based on 2 sharing
  • Price based on travelling in April 2017 * other dates and durations available
  • Flights from to Chicago to Dublin including all taxes
  • Quote Ref 1487219
  • Flight connections also available ex Belfast, Shannon & Cork

Hotels this offer applies to +

Chicago

Inn of Chicago Magnificent Mile

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Chicago

Swissotel Chicago

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Chicago

The James Chicago

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Chicago

The Peninsula Chicago

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New York City

Hilton Manhattan East (formerly known as Tudor)

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New York City

Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel

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New York City

Omni Berkshire Place

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New York City

Loews Regency Hotel

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Things to do +

Chicago CityPass

Chicago CityPASS is the best deal in the Windy City, giving you discounted admission to five of the city's premier attractions. The Chicago CityPASS ensures you'll get the most out of your vacation - ...

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center, a giant indoor LEGO world designed for families with children aged 3 to 10, is located in Schaumburg's Streets of Woodfield shopping center. The 30,000-square-foot attr...

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New York City All Around Town Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Create your own sightseeing itinerary with the New York City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour! A hop-on-hop-off bus tour is the ideal way to explore every corner of the Big Apple and, with lively tour guides to ke...

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New York Manhattan Scenic Helicopter Tour

Take to the skies on a helicopter tour to see New York's amazing skyline! On this scenic 18-minute helicopter flight you'll soar through the sky and experience a bird's eye view of Manhattan's world...

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Recommendations from our staff +

Ali McCurdy

Chicago Tips

Ali McCurdy, Travel Expert
Chicago
  • Visit the Art Institute of Chicago with an all-inclusive pass for only $23. This gives you unlimited access to the museum, including the brand new Picasso and Chicago special exhibit, and the world renowned Modern Wing.
  • The John Hancock Building (go have a drink at the lounge or eat at the restaurant--and that way you'll get the incredible views without having to pay for a separate observatory admission).

Ali McCurdy, Travel Expert

Shona Byrne

New York City Tips

Shona Byrne, Travel Expert
New York City
  • Don't be afraid to wander. Gone are the days when people were warned not to venture into Alphabet City or the Lower East Side. Pretty much nowhere in Manhattan is off-limits – though it's still an urban area, so do use your common sense (for instance, you may not want to walk around at 3 a.m. by your lonesome). Most of Manhattan, with the exception of a few downtown neighborhoods like the West Village, the Lower East Side and Battery Park, is laid out on a grid system with very few hills, making it extremely easy to find your way around.

Shona Byrne, Travel Expert

What do I do next?
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