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On a map, Chicago is vast, but on the ground it is manageable and friendly.

The city is a patchwork of more than 70 neighborhoods, some of which are identified by ethnic heritage (Ukrainian Village, Chinatown, Little Italy), some by location (Lakeview, Wicker Park, Near South Side, Lawndale), some by whim (Bucktown's residents used to keep goats, or “bucks,” in their yards). Together, the neighborhoods form the heart of Chicago's astonishing diversity.

Visit the links to the left to learn more about Chicago's hotels, temporary housing, banks, grocery stores, and more.