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Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, at the confluence of the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers, Philadelphia is the state's largest city and the fifth largest in the United States.
Once the original capital of America, Philadelphia has a history enriched with culture, history and symbolism. The city is a melting pot of races, traditions and immigrant cultures and also possesses amenities that only the city's own heritage can provide. It has one of the nation's greatest concentrations of historic sites, which play a major role in attracting some three million visitors to the city every year.
With four centuries of history, its unique story is narrated in the architecture, neighborhoods, streets and museums. Beautiful green landscape fringes the vibrant concoction of the business district and shopping and dining precincts. But it is not just the physical beauty that allures tourists – it is the cultural, culinary and artistic jewels that draw in the crowds.
With an abundance of attractions and things to do, you will find that Philadelphia will entertain you in same way or another. Whether it be watching performing arts, going on a candlelit tour, dancing the night away, unwinding in a spa, visiting the zoo, cruising in Chinatown, eating an unforgettable meal at one of the many renowned restaurants or having fun kayaking or bike riding outdoors, there is always something for everybody!! Philadelphia also boasts the largest urban park in the world, Fairmount Park, which maintains more than 100 miles of trails for running, cycling and riding. Near Fairmount Park are the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Boathouse Row, two of Philadelphia’s most recognizable landmarks.