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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Visit Naperville – ‘Tis the season in Naperville

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Above / This Riverwalk Covered Bridge, the first of three covered bridges over the DuPage River along the winding brick path, leads today to more than 150 shops and restaurants in downtown Naperville! Come visit!

The holidays are upon us and 2020 is drawing to a close. Though 2020 has had its fair share of ups and downs, there is still much to celebrate and look forward to this holiday season. In Naperville, we are looking forward to a holly jolly holiday season and a bright 2021.

This holiday season, head downtown to observe NaperLights located at Water Street and Naperville Jaycees Park. While walking through the light display with holiday music playing in the background, it’ll be just like walking in a winter wonderland. While you’re downtown, stop into our wonderful stores and pick up any last-minute holiday gifts for your family and friends.

Located at Webster and Water streets, Jaycees Park is aglow with lights and information about downtown Naperville.

After a day of holiday lights and shopping, order carry out from your favorite Naperville restaurant. What’s more, considering our city’s 300 restaurants, try something new. All restaurants offering carry out and delivery can be found at DineNaperville.com. A meal from a Naperville restaurant makes for a great holiday treat!

If you have family coming from out of town, Naperville is home to 17 hotels. From full-service to extended stays, there is something that will suit every visitor’s needs. Accommodations can be viewed at VisitNaperville.com.

Since staycations have become so popular in 2020, Naperville is welcoming staycations beyond this year. Come to relax or to experience the many attractions and incredible dining options that Naperville has to offer visitors during your staycation.

Additionally, it’s never too early to start thinking about an upcoming event or meeting in 2021. Naperville offers various venues, traditional and nontraditional, that can accommodate meetings and events both big and small.

Start planning a trip to Naperville for the holidays or into the New Year. If you need assistance with room blocks or finding the perfect venue for your event or meeting, contact me at cmadinya@naper.org or by calling (630) 305-7701.

The Naperville Convention and Visitors Bureau joins me in wishing you a wonderful and safe holiday season and a happy and bright New Year!

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Carlos Madinyahttps://www.visitnaperville.com/
Carlos Madinya is Director of Sales, Naperville Convention & Visitor Bureau. Contact him at (630) 305-7701 or cmadinya@naper.org.

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