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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

There are few place as rich in history and the latest in arts, dining, nightlife and shopping as Philadelphia. Named one of the most walkable cities in the U.S., you're sure to find the perfect destination just steps from one of our two Best Western Philadelphia hotels.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Travel Information

America’s oldest city, the Philadelphia of today boasts a unique blend of awe-inspiring history and the latest in the arts, dining, nightlife and shopping. Recently ranked as among the most family-friendly, affordable and walkable cities in the U.S., the “City of Brotherly Love” appeals to all generations and walks of life. Even better, many of the famed local attractions in Philadelphia – ranging from the more than 200-year-old Liberty Bell to the iconic Rocky Balboa statue to one of the largest park systems in the nation – are free and within walking distance from many Philadelphia hotels.

Philadelphia Exchange Building

Independence Hall

Liberty Bell

Philadelphia Museum of Art

What to do in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

  • The city’s historic district boasts, among many other attractions, Independence Hall (where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were adopted), the Liberty Bell, and the Betsy Ross House.
  • One of the largest – if not the largest – municipal parks in the nation, Fairmount Park is comprised of 63 regional and neighborhood parks, offering something for everyone.
  • In addition to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, art lovers can also enjoy the city’s more than 3,000 murals.

Where to eat in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

In recent years, this cheesesteak mecca has also gained acclaim as a fine-dining hotspot, boasting some of the country’s best restaurants. You’re bound to find a noteworthy meal just steps from nearly any Philadelphia hotel.

  • While you’re bound to get as many different opinions as places to sample the city’s signature sandwich, Pat’s and Geno’s have a long-standing rivalry for the best cheesesteak in town.
  • Strict liquor-licensing laws have led to the establishment of more than 200 quaint and cozy BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) restaurants in Philadelphia.
  • The STARR Restaurants, including Alma de Cuba, Parc, and Morimoto, are regularly included in lists of the country’s best.

Where to shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

The diversity of Philadelphia’s many neighborhoods offers a little something for everyone, and the fact that there’s no sales tax on clothing throughout the state makes shopping in this city even more enticing.

  • The Italian Market and the Reading Terminal Market are both mainstays for locals and tourists alike for a variety of fresh produce, meats, seafood, pastries, arts and crafts, and more.
    Historic Fabric Row has been providing the city with all types of textiles for more than a century.
    Old City’s 3rd Street Corridor is home to many locally-owned shops and boutiques.

Visit Philadelphia Hotels

Begin your search here for more information on Philadelphia hotels, or you can read more about the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area and look for hotel rates at the Best Western Hotels of Pennsylvania website. To receive more Philadelphia, Pennsylvania information or to read more about Philadelphia, Pennsylvania attractions, visit the Official Visitors Site for Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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