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Chicago, USA - Syracuse, USA - Comparison and Distance between
Distance: 872 km / 542 miles

Chicago, Illinois, USA

You are looking at Chicago , Illinois in USA. The city has a population of 2000006 residents. It is located on -86.36 degrees longitude, and 41.87 latitude.

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Chicago , General info:
7/10

Two airports -Midway or OHare (ORD).OHare is major airport; both convenient to downtown (called The Loop)

Chicago , Different stuff:
6/10

flee market - great fun!

Chicago , Don't miss:
5/10

sambucca

Chicago , Food:
9/10

Food in Chicago is excellent! There is so much variety. There are many places for steak (Carmine's, Wildfire). There is also great Italian (Sappori Trattoria). Many ethnic restaurants if you want tasty affordable alternatives. My advice - go to a BYOB with a bottle or two of wine and you'll save.

Chicago , Hotels:
7/10

Hotels along Michigan Avenue are fun yet expensive. For a cheaper place in a great location, try Congress Plaza hotel.

Chicago , Safety:
6/10

OK for the most part. Just plan out your route in advance. Take cabs, buses, or trains.

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Syracuse, New York, USA

You are looking at Syracuse , New York in USA. The city has a population of 732117 residents. It is located on -75.85 degrees longitude, and 43.05 latitude.

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Syracuse , General info:
9/10

Syracuse is a city in Central New York, USA. It is the county seat of Onondaga County and the economic and educational hub of Central New York, a region with over a million inhabitants.

Syracuse is served by the Syracuse Hancock International Airport in nearby Salina, near Mattydale. The airport is served by 17 airlines (9 major), which provide non-stop flights.

Syracuse , Different stuff:
9/10

Syracuse is known for its snowfall. Boasting 115.6 inches (293.6 cm) on average, the Syracuse metro area receives more snow on average than any other large city in the United States.

The Everson Museum of Art, which opened in 1968 features one of the most extensive pottery collections in the United States along with works of American art, dating from the 18th century to the present.

Syracuse has gained the nickname "the City of Festivals" for good reason. There are numerous festivals year round.

Syracuse , Don't miss:
6/10

The Great New York State Fair is a spectacular twelve-day summer extravaganza of New York State. Lasting from the end of August to Labor Day, it features 375 acres of family fun, mouthwatering foods, incredible animals, fascinating exhibits, top-flight entertainment, exciting competitions and much more.

Syracuse , Food:
8/10

Virtually every cuisine in every price range can be found in Syracuse, with something to satisfy every appetite.

Syracuse , Hotels:
9/10

Whether you're coming with a family of four or fifty friends, you'll always have a place to call home in Syracuse. From full-service national hotels to quaint B&Bs, you'll find just what you're looking for.

Syracuse , Safety:
9/10

Crime rate is a bit higher than average but it is a pretty safe city.

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