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Spring Has Sprung In Philadelphia

As the weather warms up and spring is in full effect, the city of Philadelphia comes out of hibernation. While there is plenty to do in Philadelphia throughout the year, there is something special about exploring the city in May. Getting to Philadelphia this spring is easier than ever thanks to bus transportation. Forget about [...]

Explore the City of Philly This June

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a city packed with history and culture. From museums to great culinary fare to festivals, the City of Brotherly Love always has something going on. For a more affordable way to get to Philly, consider taking the bus. There are several routes that head directly to the city and cut out the [...]

Take a Bus Trip to Philadelphia in October 2018

Heading to Philadelphia this fall? With so many things to see, do and explore, it makes sense to visit the City of Brotherly Love in October. From Halloween events to family festivals and cultural celebrations, there is always something fun to enjoy in Philly.

Take the Bus to Philadelphia in November 2018

Philadelphia is easily one of Pennsylvania’s most exciting cities. Whether you’re a local or from out of town, the City of Brotherly Love never disappoints. With the holiday season in full swing, there are so many sights to take in, foods to try, and fun to be had. Avoid the traffic, tolls, overpriced parking garages, and take the bus to Philadelphia.

Traveling to the Fillmore Philadelphia by Bus

Fillmore is a name bursting with cultural significance. The very first Fillmore Auditorium opened in San Francisco in the 1960s, and several more have popped up across the country in the years since. The newest addition is the Fillmore Philly.

Taking the Bus to Independence Hall in Philadelphia

For American history buffs, Independence Hall might just be the most historically significant building in the country. Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Independence Hall is where key aspects of the American Government were planned and agreed upon.

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