Going to Chicago for the Vascular Annual Meeting?


You will be visiting at a great time. The weather is fabulous (average high, 80 degrees) and the festivals and parties are non-stop. The White Sox are playing and there are free concerts in nearby Grant Park. You could stick around that weekend for the Taste of Randolph Street, Ale Fest, the Puerto Rican Festival and Parade, the Italian Block Party, the Gold Coast Art Fair, Pride Fest – and more. See events12.com/Chicago/June.

Not only is the city built along the lake, it’s also built around the Chicago River. You might have heard it is dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day, but summer is best for enjoying it by tour boat, water taxi or just by strolling its river walk.

The city is well known for its outstanding restaurants. Two of them, Alinea and Grace, have earned three stars from the prestigious Michelin Guide and three other restaurants have two stars. And though star-less, local favorites — Italian beef sandwiches and deep dish pizza — have been creating their own kind of fame for decades.

With incredible shopping on the Magnificent Mile, its famed Theater District and one of the country’s most active nightlife scenes, this city is always buzzing. Chicago also boasts more than 40 museums and five regional Tony Award-winning theaters.

You can find out more about visiting Chicago at ChooseChicago.com.

Chicago holds the all-time attendance record for the Vascular Annual Meeting. Mark your calendar now to experience more of this great city and be part of the world’s premier educational event in vascular surgery.


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