Philadelphia aka ‘Philly’, is Pennsylvania’s largest city and the sixth-most populous U.S. city. Philly is home to attractions from the various paths of life such as arts, culture and history and these can be viewed and experienced while you travel this rich and historic city. From small to massive, historic to modern, interactive to exclusive, eccentric to the most aesthetically designed, the city of Philadelphia truly has it all. With more than 43 million annual visitors, Philadelphia’s top attractions get a lot of well-warranted attention — and it’s not hard to see why.
Philadelphia has a lot of go-to destinations so it’s best to decide what you plan on covering during your trip before you finalize the neighborhood that you wish to settle in. Whether you're a fan of modern art or prefer to dig through vintage clothing and unique items, Philadelphia is home to a large and diverse group of neighborhoods. Regardless of where you choose to stay, Philly has something for everyone and you can be sure that it’s an experience that will truly last a lifetime.
Philly has an incredible array of good food with a story behind every dish. The taste of Philly was formed largely by the city's multicultural roots. The key ingredient culminated from a mixture of ethnicities, available foodstuffs and the rich history that Philadelphia was built upon. Certain foods have become iconic to the city and those “Best-of-Philly” specialties –like a juicy cheesesteak smothered with whiz, a flavor-packed hoagie on a crusty roll, a slice of freshly baked tomato pie sprinkled with parmesan cheese and many more – are, of course, best enjoyed when present right here in the city itself.