One of the biggest benefits of living in Bloomington is the sheer range of outdoor spaces throughout the city that residents can enjoy. There is an excellent selection of parks in and around the city that draw the crowds at the weekend as well as the popular Bloomington – Normal Constitution Trail which is a 24-mile track that runs right through the heart of Bloomington. Those who love to ski can’t wait for the first snowfall of the year as the trail is also open to skiers during the winter!
The city also has a thriving cultural scene which would be the pride of a much larger city, there are numerous events and festivals that occur throughout the year.
Bloomington is between a two and three hour drive from Chicago and this proximity makes the city an ideal destination for a weekend trip where you can enjoy some of the country’s best museum and art galleries such as the Art Institute of Chicago as well as world-class dining and lively nightlife!
While in Chicago make sure to pop into the Travel Visa Pro office if you have any issues or questions about your passport. After all, you will not be able to take advantage of the huge range of possible vacation destinations offered from O’Hare International Airport if you do not have a valid passport! The Travel Visa Pro office can be found in the heart of Downtown Chicago, just a few blocks from the Magnificent Mile, so the location could not be better. These experts will handle all aspects of your passport application and provide an efficient and hassle-free service ensuring your application is completed promptly.
Call us at 833-887-8472 or order our services online
Expedited Passport in Bloomington
Anyone needing a replacement passport at short notice, maybe you have an urgent business meeting that requires you to travel or a family emergency, can also visit our passport renewal agency in Bloomington to apply through an expedited passport service to guarantee that your passport will arrive in time, even if it is needed later that same day!
Our closest office is located in Chicago: