July is a great time to visit Philly because of Independence Day and the city’s glorious weather for street festivals and neighborhood parties. You can find an appealing event no matter what type of attraction you like and there's no better place to do it than the birthplace of the United States.
The easiest way to do city travel in Pennsylvania is to take the bus to Philadelphia. It is one of the world's most iconic travel destinations and the birthplace of American democracy. Bus trips are perfect for a quick getaway, group travel and longer vacations.
If you’re traveling to Philadelphia anytime soon, there’s a good chance you’ll be spending some of your time at Penn’s Landing. Learn more about taking a bus to Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia and why it can be the ideal means of transport in and out of the city.
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Philadelphia serves as the birthplace of the American experiment in democracy, which is still going strong after more than 200 years. Walking tours of Philadelphia reveal history, culture, iconic attractions like the Liberty Bell and a mural-packed downtown business district with every modern amenity imaginable.
Spring events in Philadelphia promise a mix of culture, entertainment, shopping, and tourism that make frequent mini vacations an appealing alternative to long, exhausting trips. You can take a bus trip to Philadelphia as often as you would like without the stress of driving.
Friday April 19th New York will be a regular schedule with the following modifications...
There's seldom downtime in Philadelphia if your goal is, tourism, sports, festivals, concerts or drink-related celebrations. There's always something going on to pique your interest, but why wait for the perfect vacation window?
February 2019 is a great time to visit Philadelphia. The crowds are smaller, yet, the “City of Brotherly Love” is as exciting as ever. If a winter trip to Philly is on your agenda, consider taking the bus instead of driving.
Martz NY Schedule Changes Friday February 15th through Monday February 18th