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Departure Wed, 04 Sep Return Sun, 08 Sep
LHR London
PHL Philadelphia
return from £376
Departure Tue, 20 Aug Return Wed, 28 Aug
DUB Dublin
PHL Philadelphia
return from £433
Departure Sun, 18 Aug Return Sat, 24 Aug
MAD Madrid
PHL Philadelphia
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Departure Mon, 19 Aug Return Sun, 25 Aug
DFW Dallas
PHL Philadelphia
return from £194
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Travelling to Philadelphia

Philadelphia Attractions

Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's largest city, is famous for its outdoor murals, Philly cheesesteaks, beer and the Liberty Bell. It is the first World Heritage city in the United States. Established in 1682 by Sir William Penn, the city had been previously inhabited by the Lenape Indians. Philadelphia's history is marked by revolutions and invasions, but its greatest achievement lies in the instrumental role it played in the American Revolution. Philly as it is fondly called, is the place where the founding fathers of America signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Discover here the best deals for a Flight + Hotel to Philadelphia!

Things to do in Philadelphia

The city might often be overlooked as a travel destination considering that New York and Washington DC are just a few doors away. But, the 'City of Brotherly Love', as it is also known, has loads of things to offer guests on flights to Philadelphia. Sample amazing food or enjoy the thriving music and art scenes. A visit to Philadelphia is so rewarding, you probably wished you had come sooner.

When visiting Philadelphia, be sure to:

  • Head to the Liberty Bell Center and look at the Liberty Bell, the iconic symbol of American freedom
  • Visit Independence Hall and see where the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress
  • Make your way to the Philadelphia Museum of Art which houses a large art collection
  • Swing by at the Eastern State Penitentiary (now a museum) where notorious Al Capone and Willie Sutton once stayed
  • Admire 18th-20th century art pieces at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum
  • Spend a day at the city centre, walk on Broad Street and visit the City Hall with its distinct Gothic tower
  • Head towards the Society Hill Historic District and savour its 18th-century buildings, colonial homes and flats
  • Pay a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier dedicated to unknown soldiers of the Revolutionary War
  • See more than 100 art pieces of French sculptor Auguste Rodin at the Rodin Museum
  • Marvel at the Greek revival architecture of the Second Bank of the US now functioning as the National Portrait Gallery
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Philadelphia Airports

Philadelphia International Airport is the main hub for air travel in the city. It accommodates 31 million passengers a year with 25 airlines, 524 daily departures and 131 destinations across the globe. You will find a wide range of services and amenities at the airport including 200 concessions across its 7 terminals as well as ATM locations, charging and nursing stations, art exhibitions and animal relief facilities.

  • Philadelphia International Airport

    Top Carriers

    The top carriers at the Philadelphia International Airport are the following: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.

    Location

    The airport is located 7 m from downtown Philadelphia.

    Transportation

    There are several ways to travel from the airport to the city and back. One is the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) which provides train service between the airport and downtown. For a faster way of commuting, take a taxi which can be found in Zone 5 of the Commercial Transportation Roadway. Shuttle and limousine services are available at the baggage claim areas of Terminals A-East, B-C and D/E.

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