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|Destination Airport||Philadelphia Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||PHL|
|Destination City Name||Philadelphia|
Once the capital of the US, Philadelphia has played an integral part in the country’s history. Book flights to Philadelphia and you can explore this fascinating past as well as sample the city’s vibrant food scene and rich contemporary culture.
Philadelphia is a city of four distinct seasons. The best time to book flights to Philadelphia will depend on what you want to get from your trip.
If you want to walk around the city’s many historic sights, fly to Philadelphia in the spring or autumn months when temperatures are generally pleasant.
Peak tourist season in Philadelphia runs from June to August. The large number of people travelling to the city at this time of year can make flights to Philadelphia more expensive. However, if you know where to look, bargain airfares should still be easy to find.
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Philadelphia International offers direct services to 97 domestic and 36 international destinations around the world. The largest airport in the Delaware Valley, services depart from Philadelphia International for Europe, Central America, the Caribbean and cities across the US.
Trains and buses link the airport with the city centre.
Although you may need to catch a bus, subway or train to some parts of the city and outlying suburbs, the centre of Philadelphia is very walkable. Many attractions are just a few steps apart, making it easy to get out and explore by foot.
The Liberty Bell is the most famous sight in Philadelphia. A symbol of American independence, it’s located in the Liberty Bell Center in the Independence National Historical Park.
Just across the road from the attraction is Independence Hall. The building was originally the State House of the Colony of Pennsylvania and is best known as the place where the Declaration of Independence was adopted.
UK passport holders travelling to the US need to apply for ESTA authorisation before they fly.