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Philadelphia is the second largest city on the East Coast and ranks sixth in the nation, with a metropolitan population of more than 6 million. Conveniently located in the middle of the Northeast Corridor, Philly is 100 miles south of New York, 133 miles north of Washington, D.C., and 55 miles from Atlantic City. More than 63 million people – approximately a quarter of the U.S. population – live within a 5.5-hour drive from Philadelphia.
Here's all the transportation information you need to plan your trip here.
By car, Philadelphia is just two hours from New York City, 90 minutes from Baltimore, three hours from Washington D.C., and about an hour from Lancaster County, Atlantic City and the New Jersey shore via major highways. The Pennsylvania Convention Center is located in 1101 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
One of the things that makes Philadelphia great is its compact Center City. Our downtown neighborhoods are so walkable that you really don’t need your car. After arriving, you can get around Center City and most of Philadelphia’s eclectic neighborhoods easily on foot, via taxi or public transportation.
So if you’re driving in to town, store your car in a garage upon arrival and get out there and experience the city.
Philadelphia is served by
Amtrak, which operates rail service along the Northeast Corridor stretching from Boston to Washington, and other major cities in the United States and Canada. Amtrak’s 30th Street Station is minutes from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Center City hotels.
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), approximately seven miles from Center City, serves 25 airlines with nearly 500 daily departures to more than 120 destinations worldwide.
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