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Illinois is the largest state in the United States, so the best way to get around Illinois is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Illinois has to offer. If you are driving through Illinois, some of the top cities to visit are:
Chicago is the largest city in Illinois and one of the largest cities in the US. As a result of the size of this large city, the best way to get around Chicago and the surrounding Chicago area is with a rental car. Drive to the Magnificent Mile area of downtown Chicago to find some of the city’s best shopping deals and finest restaurants. If you would like to have a true Chicago experience, go to Chicago Cubs game. To get to Wrigley Field drive out to West Addison street. There are many large parking lots surrounding the stadium to choose from. Be sure to enjoy a Chicago Cubs dog with all the trimmings!
Although there is plenty to see and do in Illinois, you will want to use your rental car to drive out of Illinois to enjoy many of the sites in the state. Springfield is the state capital of Illinois, and home to Abraham Lincoln with many attractions to explore, such as the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Lincoln’s Home and the impressive Abraham Lincoln Tomb and Memorial. An hour drive from Springfield is the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the Illinois River southwest of Chicago is the beautiful Starved Rock State Park. The Shawnee National Forest outside of Harrisburg is the states only natural forest. Galena was the home of Ulysses S. Grant. Today it’s a popular destination for history buffs. The Anderson Japanese Gardens and its farm-to-table restaurants in Rockford, Illinois are worth a visit. Finally, drive out to the Apple State Canyon Park for camping and fishing, only a two-hour drive from downtown Chicago. Wherever you drive your rental car, you are sure to have a great time in Illinois.