This enormous green space of more than 750 acres is considered to be the most important garden and green area of the city. Its name probably sounds familiar because it is where Barack Obama gave his speech after winning the 2008 elections. The Art Institute of Chicago, The Field Museum, The Shedd Aquarium and the very famous Buckingham Fountain are all found beneath its beautiful trees. It is a good place for long walks, sitting down and relaxing or enjoying the summer festivals. As is to be expected, in the city of jazz par excellence, in June there is the Chicago Blues Festival, where you can enjoy three days of the best blues concerts in the world. If you come here in July you will be able to take part in the Taste of Chicago, the most important, open-air food festival in the country.
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