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The best way to discover the “City of Brotherly Love” is by walking or taking a carriage ride. Watch history unfold beneath your feet as you stroll through the old cobblestone quarter, lined with 18th century colonial mansions. Philadelphia is one of the cities that played a key role in the creation of the United States. It is therefore home to many national historical sites dating back to the nation’s founding, such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. However, there is much more to Philly than just a glorious past. It boasts an impressive Art Museum, the world-renowned Barnes Foundation, as well as a thriving arts scene led by the Sketch Club, one of the country's oldest artists' clubs. A strong ‘progressive cuisine’ movement make Philly a classic yet original American destination!

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And in the neighborhood...

+ In Baltimore, reenact the musical, “Hairspray,” and start your own revolution!
+ Stroll along the Atlantic City boardwalk, and maybe “Luck May Be a Lady” at the Casinos. If not, treat yourself to some delicious salt water taffy!
+ Discover the surrounding countryside and take a trip back in time as you explore quaint Amish villages
+ Visit the National Park of the Battle of Gettysburg, a decisive battle in the War of Independence