Philadelphia City Guide


1st January, 1970

Philadelphia City Guide

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As Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia is not only offers a range of food and drink, merging American and Italian cuisines, but also presents a plethora of culture, having been founded in 1682.

The city was deisgned for easy travel and is home to 5 public parks: Central Square, North East Publik Square (Franklin Square), Northwest Square (Logan Square), Southwest Square (Rittenhouse Square), and Southeast Square (Washington Square).

It is also home to numerous historical sites relating to the founding of the U.S. within the Independence National Historical Park, including the Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.

If you’re looking for somewhere educational to fit into your trip, why not visit the Franklin Institute or the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology- Philadelphia’s main science hotspots!

Or if you’d rather delve into the Arts – the Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the United States, with the entrance steps being famously featured in Rocky (1976).

Where to eat

Known for hoagies, soft preztels and cheesesteak, Philadelphia has a wealth of eateries from budget to high-end.

Two of the most famous places are Geno’s Steaks and Pat’s King of Steaks, however, we’ve picked two more which offer the perfect post-conference meal.

Fitler dining room

Fitler dining room (FDR) is a lively bistro in Fitler square in Philadelphia, serving seasonal American food for lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekends.
http://fitlerdiningroom.com/

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Del Frisco’s double eagle steakhouse

Del Frisco’s embodies everything a true American steakhouse should, with top of the range meat, partnered with an extensive bar menu and vibrant atmosphere.
http://delfriscos.com/

 

Where to drink

Sassafras Bar
Sassafras Bar is situated within the Old Town of Philadelphia, known for it’s warm atmosphere and old-school bartenders. A perfect place to unwind with a cocktails!
http://sassafrasbar.com/

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Where to see

Reading Terminal Market

Dating back to 1680, Reading Terminal Market is the most visited attraction in the city, bringing a colourful paradise of local and exotic ingredients, alongside freshly baked goods.
http://readingterminalmarket.org/

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Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens offers acres of exquisitely designs gardens, enjoyed by millions per year. Founded by Pierre S. du Pont, the space celebrates horticulture and also features an open air theatre.
http://longwoodgardens.org/

 

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