Illinois Flights GuideThere is one river in the world that flows backwards, and it can be found in Illinois. Home to the famous and beloved American city of Chicago, Illinois is full of surprises - including the Kaskaskia Dragon which breathes fire in Vandalia. Chicago has the famous landmark of the Cloud Gate, which is made of a reflective silver. Or, go to the famous Millennium Park with its ice rink and theater. The Navy Pier overlooks the water and offers shopping, restaurants, and a ferris wheel, and the Willis Tower is the place to go to get the best view of the city. Aside from Chicago, other cities include Naperville, Peoria, Rockford, and Champaign.
Fly into the famous Chicago O'Hare International Airport, which will offer many connections to other destinations, too - or, the Chicago Rockford International, the General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport, or the University of Illinois Willard Airport. It is quite humid, with hotter summer months of June to August and winters in November through February that see snow and low temperatures, however not totally frigid.