The Andersonville neighborhood is located on the north side of Chicago. This neighborhood founded in the 1850s and eventually settled by Swedish immigrants, still has a strong Swedish presence with its bakeries, delicatessens and Swedish American Museum. As one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Chicago, Andersonville also processes a very vibrate commercial district that offers an array of eclectic shops, cafes and restaurants that line Clark Street, one of the major thoroughfares.
People here provide a warm and inviting atmosphere with out pretense that only enhances Andersonville's small town-like charm. The commercial district, a mix of national chained and independently owned businesses, reinforces this charm through its customer service and interaction. While walking around the Andersonville neighborhood, taking advantage of its offerings and admiring the architecture, you can easily forget that you're in the middle of Chicago, an urban oasis and world-class city.
Depending on the time of your stay at Nina's Bed and Breakfast, you may be met with the annual outdoor MidSommarFest or a framer's market. Perhaps, you may prefer one of the art weekend festivals, Andersonville Wine Walks or the Andersonville Festival of Lights. No matter the time of year, Andersonville provides all you need to enjoy your stay in Chicago at Nina's Bed and Breakfast.
Public transportation to and from Nina’s:
Walk-1blk east to Broadway Street to catch the #36 Broadway Bus South to downtown Chicago
Walk-2blks west to Clark Street to catch the #22 Clark Street Bus South to Wrigleyville and Downtown Chicago
Walk-1blk east to Broadway Street and 2-blks south to Argyle to catch the CTA Red Line Train south to Wrigleyville and Downtown Chicago.
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