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Since colonial times, Philadelphia has been one of the most important cities in America. The Liberty Bell has become a symbol of freedom not just in "The Cradle of Liberty" but the entire United States. The city attracts a wide range of visitors; including those on business, family vacations, and romantic getaways.
Walking in the footsteps of the founding fathers in Independence Square should be part of any tour through Philadelphia. A modern skyline in downtown Philadelphia, contrasts beautifully with the Second Empire facade of the City Hall landmark. You’ll find a rental car will give you easy access to early American history, as well as any other destinations.
You can drive on Interstate-276 and Interstate-476 to navigate the outskirts of Philadelphia. Crossing the Delaware River, the Walt Whitman Bridge offers a convenient drive between downtown Philly and Camden, New Jersey.
The 30th Street Station is Philadelphia's busiest rail hub, and it's served by commuter, metro, tram and inter-city trains. All of Philadelphia's professional sports teams are based in the southern part of the city, next to the historic Navy Yard. Citizens Bank Park is located right across the street from the Wells Fargo Center and Lincoln Financial Field.
The flight between Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) normally takes two and a half hours to complete. To appreciate Philadelphia's important role in the establishment of the United States, explore Independence Hall and the burial site of Benjamin Franklin.