Chicago leads the way when it comes to accessibility. Chicago rests conveniently in the center of the country, and boasts two first-class airports with approximately 1,450 non-stop arrivals from 245 domestic and international destinations—allowing attendees to travel from almost anywhere. Nearly 50 carriers (and their regional airline partners) serve O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport, which means attendees can easily travel on the airline of their choice.
Travel to Chicago
FIND YOUR WAY AROUND THE CITY
Chicago is a walking city with an easy-to-navigate downtown grid. Madison Street divides the city north and south, while State Street divides it east and west. The State/Madison intersection marks the origin of Chicago's address grid system. Addresses are relative to the distance from that mark, with eight blocks to every mile. So an address of 3600 North Clark means that it is 36 blocks north of Madison.