Welcome to Philadelphia, the place that loves you back! The “City of Brotherly Love” is known as the birthplace of the nation. From its early beginnings as home of the first U.S. government, Philadelphia has grown into the fifth largest city in America, offering tourists world-class entertainment, high culture, big-time sports and, of course, history. No first-time visitor should miss a trip to the revered Independence Hall or Liberty Bell Pavilion. Independence National Historical Park is said to be “America’s most historic square mile.” Other attractions include a bike ride across the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, a run up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (ŕ la Rocky), or a stroll through Fairmont Park—the largest municipal park in the world. Music fans can check out Zanzibar Blue, the hottest jazz club in town. And sports fans can cheer on the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers and 76ers.
 


Select from the categories below:
   
"10Best Businesses"
10 Overall Closest

Arts and Culture
Museums

Business Services
Business Services

Dining
Best Value
10 Overall Closest
American/Continental
Asian
Breakfast/Brunch
Dessert & Coffee
French Nouvelle
French Traditional
Italian
Lunch
Favorites
Local Favorites

Leisure Activities
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Parks
Sight Seeing
Wildlife and Nature

Local Events
Local Events

Night Life
Night Life

Transportation
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Limousine Services
Rental Car Companies
Taxi Cabs


 

Getting There:
By Plane
Located eight miles from Center City, the Philadelphia International Airport is served by all major domestic carriers, with flights to more than 100 cities in the United States. There are more than 1,000 arrivals and departures daily. The SEPTA (regional rail) Airport Line connects the airport with Center City. One-way cab fare from the airport to Center City is about $20. For more information, contact Diane Polss at All-Travel (800) 225-3614.

By Train
Amtrak provides extensive service to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station (30th and Market Streets). For schedules and fares, contact Diane Polss at All-Travel (800) 225-3614.

Estimated Driving times to Philadelphia from:
Baltimore 2 hrs (95 m/153 km)
Boston 6 hrs (296 m/476 km)
New York City 2 hrs (100 m/61 km)
Washington, D.C. 3 hrs (133 m/214 km)
   
Estimated Rail times to Philadelphia from:
Baltimore 1 hr
Boston 4 hrs
New York City 1 hr, 10 mins
Washington, D.C. 1 hr, 40mins

For more information about Philadelphia and to make your reservation
contact All-Travel
Diane Polss
Conference Manager
Phone (800) 225-3614 Ext. 37
Fax (310) 312-5053
[email protected]