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Philadelphia — Often called the “Birthplace of America,” Philadelphia is known for its wealth of historical attractions, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Not as well publicized, yet equally engaging, are the city’s cutting-edge culinary, arts, and nightlife scenes.

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For a culturally vibrant city with a food scene on par with New York's and a historical draw unlike any other U.S. city.

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What's New in Philadelphia

7 (Awesome!) Regional Snack Foods for the Road

July 22, 2016 by Teresa Bitler

Snacks are one of the best partsof a road trip. But why limit yourself totreats you can find at any convenience store along the nation’s highway? The next time ... Read More »


What's New (And Also Old) in Philadelphia Now

July 11, 2016 by Nicole Serratore

Fromthesigning of the Declaration to hosting this year's Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role in U.S. ... Read More »


Add a Destination With Discount Bus Service

June 03, 2016 by Teresa Bitler

Think you don’t have the budget for a multi-destination vacation? Think again. Several discount bus services -- Megabus, BoltBus, and Greyhound Express -- are ... Read More »


How to Spend an Art-Filled Weekend in Philadelphia

May 06, 2016 by Connie Hum

Philadelphia is known for a lot of things -- cheesesteak, Rocky Balboa, and the Declaration of Independence, to name a few -- but that's onlythe tip of the ... Read More »


4 Big-Box Hotel Brands That Have a Boutique Feel

April 04, 2016 by Connie Hum

Travelers are increasingly on the hunt for unique, one-of-a-kind vacations. A growing number of global brands -- ones that rely on recognition of comfort, ... Read More »

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