Getting to Chicago

Chicago, the largest city in the Midwest, lies in the heart of the United States. That makes getting here a breeze, no matter how you like to travel. Explore options by plane, car, train, and more.

Getting here by plane:

Chicago is home to two international airports conveniently located in the center of the country, with thousands of daily inbound and outbound flights to more than 240 destinations.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport
Multi-award-winning, environmentally conscious O’Hare (ORD) is one of the largest airports in the world. It lies just 16 miles from downtown Chicago and boasts four terminals — three domestic (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) and one international (Terminal 5).

Chicago Midway International Airport
Midway (MDW) is the nation’s premier point-to-point airport, offering value-oriented leisure and business travel to over 60 destinations. It’s located only 11 miles from downtown Chicago.

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Directions to the SFB 2021 Meeting

From Chicago-OHare International Airport

Take southbound Kennedy (I90/94) to exit 52A- S. Union Ave/Roosevelt Rd.
Turn left at 2nd stoplight/Roosevelt Rd.
Drive 1 mile to Wabash Ave, turn left/north to 4th stop light/Balbo Dr. Turn right/east.
Hotel parking garage is on right.

Approximate Travel Fee
Super Shuttle 31.00 USD
Subway/Rail 2.25 USD
Taxi 50.00 USD

From Chicago Midway Airport
Take I-55 North to Chicago North on Lakeshore Drive.
Turn left on Balbo
The Hilton Chicago is two blocks on the left

Approximate Travel Fee
Super Shuttle 26.00 USD
Subway/Rail 2.25 USD
Taxi 35.00 USD