The nickname of Michigan Avenue "a magnificent mile" spans more than ten blocks from Michigan Avenue River Bridge to Oak Street from north to south. Because of the time constraints and the cold, there is no deep roaming, but we can see its magnificence. Along the way, the United States West to East, Chicago is the most beautiful.
Michigan Avenue is very long, from Oak Street Lake Beach in the north to 127th Street in Chicago in the south. The "gorgeous mile" is just one section of Michigan Avenue (from the Michigan Avenue Bridge on the Chicago River to the Chicago Water Tower). This mile (about 1.6 kilometers) has more famous stores and more tourists. There are large malls, various specialty stores, and discount stores like TJMaxx. The famous super high-rise building Hancock Tower is located at the north end of "gorgeous mile" and its viewing platform is an excellent place to watch Chicago night scenery. The restaurant on the 95th floor is expensive, but the gourmet scenery is really enjoyable. The Wrigley Building and Tribune Tower are like the South Gate of "A Gorgeous Mile" near the Michigan Avenue Bridge on the Chicago River. Take the subway red line to Michigan Avenue "gorgeous mile" and get off at Chicago Station. Walk three blocks east along Chicago Ave. You'll be near the water tower on Michigan Avenue "gorgeous mile". Across the Michigan Avenue Bridge and south, to the east of the Avenue is Millennium Park, the Museum of the Chicago Academy of Art, Buckingham Fountain, Grant Park, high-rise buildings on the west side of the Avenue, Roosevelt University, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and some big hotels. The Street next to Roosevelt University is the starting point of Highway 66. This section of Michigan Avenue is famous for its architecture and sculpture. Beneath this section of Michigan Avenue is a large parking lot. Parking is expensive. To this area, you can take the subway green line, brown line, pink line to get off at "Adams/Wabash" station and walk one block east, which is the Museum of the Chicago Academy of Art. If you take the Blue Line (starting at ORD International Airport in Chicago) and get off at "Monroe" stop, walk two blocks. The southernmost part of Grant Park is the Museum Park. There are the famous Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium and Adler Astronomical Museum. Take the subway green line and get off at Roosevelt station on the red line. After crossing the Roosevelt intersection in the museum area, there are no scenic spots. There are few cars and few passers-by.
Michigan Street is full of flowers, but to be honest, I prefer the University of Chicago. The famous magnificent mile, tall buildings, Corn Tower, Trump Tower, ibm, just wait for you to come in a hurry. Buberry's flagship store, Apple Store, the largest McDonald's in the United States, restaurants and bars. Give Chicago unlimited vitality!
Michigan Avenue is a famous Avenue in downtown Chicago. Along Lake Michigan, the scenery is beautiful. There are Millennium Park, Grant Park, Fountain, Chicago Museum of Art and so on. Along the way, many buildings were built in the nineteenth century. The carvings and carvings were exquisite.
Walking along Lake Michigan, there are a lot of people walking dogs here, slowly appreciate the exotic customs. The buildings on both sides are too beautiful and powerful, with different shapes and excellent preservation. Every building is full of history and art.
Michigan Avenue is a north-south main road in Chicago that runs almost through the city centre. The streets of Chicago are very regular. There are almost no turnings in the east, west, north and south. It looks very big. The road is very spacious, and on both sides are basically tall buildings with different shapes. Many well-known international companies and shops are gathered here. The most famous section of Michigan Avenue is known as the magnificent mile section, which is mainly concentrated in various large-brand goods and is the main place for tourists to go sightseeing and shopping.