Descubra el mundo subterráneo de la época de la Ley Seca en una entretenida excursión solo para adultos que le llevará a cuatro bares históricos de Chicago. Descubra por qué la venta de alcohol fue prohibida durante más de una década en Estados Unidos y la consiguiente popularidad de los establecimientos ilícitos en los que reinaban el licor, el jazz y los mafiosos. Un autobús con aire acondicionado le llevará de bar en bar, así que no dude en tomarse una copa o dos. Su excursión para grupos pequeños, con un límite máximo de 20 personas, permite tener una experiencia más personalizada con su experto guía.
We had an amazing tour with Sydney! Extremely knowledgeable and a lot of fun. Learned many interesting tidbits about Prohibition and thoroughly enjoyed our tour. Martinis at Club Lucky are the best! Thanks for a great afternoon, we highly recommend it.
A great experience - took this tour in the middle of winter and it was a blast. The bus provided is a great asset and is pulled up to the door of each establishment. The cocktails were excellent and it's easy to make new friends and find a few gems to re-visit after the tour. Cheers!
Of all my Viator trips over the years abroad, this is the first tour that disappointed me. First, the tour guide. During the bus rides she had a lot of very interesting information. However she spoke very fast, with her volume lowering at the end of sentences. With so much good information the tour would seem more substantial if speaking more slowly and using a mic. Second, in just about her first sentence about the history included the word "f***ing" and shortly after that, "a**hole." Now this was funny at first. However she used these and similar expletives more often after each drinking stop until the last bus segment was "f***ing" everything. She also seemed to think it was part of the comradery and added humor to call a couple of the tourists "a**hole." REALLY? Maybe she doesn't hold her liquor well. I think she sees herself as one of those stand-up comedians whose audience comes to the theater to be insulted. It was a bore, at the least.
The tour itself - The information on the bus sans the language issues was very good. The first bar stop was excellent. The next stops went progressively downhill until the historic information inside the last bar was five minutes standing in the entrance to the packed dining room, dodging waiters and diners and trying to hear. And very little actual historic elements to see. My advice is to skip that bar and save the best first one for last. And change the guide.