Philadelphia is a city of neighborhoods. Immerse yourself in America’s Old and New World along picturesque and friendly streets lined with parks, rivers, shops, public art, restaurants, museums and much more. Don’t miss the historic Italian Market in South Philadelphia, the nation’s most historic square mile in Old City, or the Friendship Gate, the entrance to Philadelphia’s Chinatown in the Convention Center District.Quintessentially American with a European flavor, Center City is walkable from river to river and beyond.
Discover Pizza Jawn, one of Philadelphia’s favorite pizza spots located on Main Street in the heart of the Manayunk neighborhood. Owner, David, offers an assortment of delicious pizza options ranging from the ever-popular classic round pie to hearty, grandma pies.
For a true “local” taste of Philadelphia, be sure to visit one of the city’s many farmers markets. At each, you will find meat and produce sourced from farms and orchards in Philadelphia’s surrounding counties in addition to crafts, art, and other delicacies made within the city.Explore Markets