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Philadelphia

United States of America

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About Philadelphia

Philadelphia Bus Tours: Hop-On Hop-Off with City Sightseeing

Valid for 12 months

Valid for 12 months

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Tickets valid any day

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1, 2 or 3-day hop-on hop-off bus tour

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Stops near all the major sights

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Multi-language audio guide

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Full hygiene measures

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Admission to National Liberty Museum

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Admission to Eastern State Penitentiary

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Experience Philadelphia

Discover the City with our Tours & Attractions

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Welcome to Philadelphia!

Visiting the City of Brotherly Love? Book your sightseeing tour and follow the hop-on hop-off route all around Philadelphia. A city with a rich history, a multifaceted food scene (you just gotta try a Philly Cheesesteak) and cultural treasures, Philly has something for everyone. For history buffs, Philadelphia played a crucial role in the colonial and revolutionary history of the US and is home to countless museums devoted to the American Revolution. You can even combine your tour with major attractions when you buy online. Experience the very best of Philadelphia with City Sightseeing Philadelphia!

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3 must-see hop-off Philadelphia attractions

Are you worried you won’t have enough time to explore the whole city and don't know which attractions are worth visiting? We are here to help! No visit is complete without heading to Independence National Historical Park. There, you will be able to visit Independence Hall, the place where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were debated and adopted, and see iconic landmarks like the Liberty Bell. Next up, head to Love Park, which got its name from the recreation of the Love sculpture by Robert Indiana which can be found right next to the park. Are you a Rocky fan? Make your way to the Rocky Steps and test your stamina by racing up the stairs like Rocky Balboa before visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Did you know?

Philadelphia is a city of firsts. America’s first public hospital was established here in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond to care for “the sick, poor and insane” living on Philadelphia’s streets. Philadelphia Zoo, America’s first zoo, offers a great day out for the whole family. The first stock exchange in the country is located in Philly. The city also held the first organised protest against slavery in the USA. Known as the “Mural Capital of the US”, over 2,000 outdoor murals can be seen as you wander around the city’s streets. Finally, you can’t visit Philadelphia without trying the Philly Cheesesteak, the Philly Hoagie and the famous soft pretzels.