Our fleet of luxury vehicles will navigate you around the city in comfort and style, wherever you’re going. Luxury sedans are perfect for business travel, equipped with plenty of room for luggage and space for up to three passengers. Group travel calls for a sprinter van designed to handle luggage and seating for 14 passengers.
A night on the town is easily kicked up a notch with a limousine designed for groups of up to eight passengers, and group outing, such as a wine tour or a bachelor party, becomes even more of a party in our Deluxe Mini-Coach, with seating for up to 25 passengers.
Coordinating transportation shouldn’t be your main concern while planning your trip to the Windy City; mapping out your itinerary should be! Let us take care of getting you from A to B. All you have to do is enjoy yourself.
About Traveling Chicago
Chicago is home to celebrated sports dynasties, iconic architecture, the second-tallest building in the country, an unrivaled arts and culture scene, and, of course, deep dish pizza. It’s no wonder why the Windy City is one of the most-visited cities in the country; there truly is something for everyone.
The city’s abundant museum offerings allow visitors to delve into art (the Art Institute of Chicago), natural history (The Field Museum), science (the Adler Planetarium), and so much more. Catch a show at one of the city’s 200+ theaters, soak in the rich architecture on a river cruise, or stroll down the beautiful boulevards and get inspired by works of public art, like The Picasso and The Bean.
When you visit, don’t forget to bring your appetite. Chicago is foodie heaven. World-renowned restaurants, an endless supply of international options, and classics like deep dish pizza and Chicago dogs guarantee that you won’t go hungry. Grab after-dinner drinks at a rooftop bar, like The J. Parker or Cindy’s, both of which offer incredible lake views.
Sports fans here passionate, and with six major league professional teams to cheer on, who can blame them? Catch a fly ball at Wrigley Field and root for the Stanley Cup-winning Blackhawks.
Of course, a visit to Chicago wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Lincoln Park, home to the free Lincoln Park Zoo, one of the oldest in the country, and the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the perfect place to warm up on a cold day. This lakefront park is just one of the city’s many green spaces to choose from. Chicago is known for its brutal winters, so if the weather is nice, you must seize the day. Walk, run, or bike along the 18.5-mile-long Lakefront Trail for breathtaking shoreline views, or take a dip in Lake Michigan at one of the city’s 26 free public beaches.
These are just the highlights. Whether you’re on a family vacation, want to kick a fun night out up a notch, or just flew in for business, OML can get you around Chicagoland while experiencing the utmost in service and luxury.