Chicago City Tours

With L Stop Tours, Explore Chicago's Neighborhoods, Food, Culture and History via the L System

We Explore Chicago's Neighborhoods

Due to COVID-19, L Stop Tours will be offering both walking and train options for our Pilsen, Wicker Park, and Prairie District tours. You can learn more by visiting our Chicago Walking Tours page.

At L Stop Tours, we believe you haven’t seen the city until you’ve taken one of our Chicago city tours — and what better way to get there than by elevated train! From our tours of historic neighborhoods such as the Chicago Prairie District to the colorful street murals and delicious cuisine available on our Pilsen Chicago neighborhood adventure, L Stop offers experiences that are perfect for both tourists and locals.

Our Chicago city tours are fun, efficient and provide a perspective of the city that you won’t get from other Chicago walking tours. We ride the train to diverse neighborhoods and explore interesting sites in the vicinity of L stops.

Explore all of our Chicago walking tours!

What Makes Us Different

  • Please see our Covid Response Page for specifics regarding 2020 tours

  • We keep our Chicago city tour group sizes small (2-10 people) for regular tours

  • Prairie District, Pilsen and Chinatown tours can accommodate larger groups (11-20 people)

  • We visit more neighborhoods than other companies because we use the L as our primary mode of transportation

  • We walk to historic sites and local establishments that are located close to L stations

  • We keep it interesting and fun! We'll tell you good stories but we won't overload you with long lectures and memorized facts

  • We include everything in the cost of your ticket (food, beverage, transportation)

Tour Experiences

Learn what people from around the country — and even our city of Chicago — have to say. Visitors and Chicago natives alike enjoy the integration of culture, cuisine and camaraderie of L Stop Tours. No matter which Chicago city tour you choose, you'll experience what we discovered many years ago — that Chicago is filled with diverse, unique and vibrant neighborhoods. And each one is worth a visit!

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