Philadelphia Bella Vista Bed and Breakfast

752 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147, United States
Philadelphia Bella Vista Bed and Breakfast
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by sharirot

Is there abus from new york city (manhatten) to the phila intrnl airport?

Re: transportation

by travelmad478

I don't know of any direct buses from Manhattan to PHL. You have two options: (1) take the train: Amtrak from Penn Station in NY to 30th St. Station in Philadelphia, and then the SEPTA R1 train, which goes to PHL. (2) Megabus also goes from Penn Station to 30th St. Station, where you can pick up the R1.

The Megabus/SEPTA trip will be cheap, but will also take an hour longer than using Amtrak.

Re: transportation

by timessquare

actually there are 2 options with using rail
1.) aforementioned Amtrak
2.) NJ Transit + SEPTA with the connection being made in Trenton

Re: transportation

by travelmad478

Yes, I was thinking of suggesting the NJT/SEPTA option, but it is both more expensive and slower than Megabus, so I figured I wouldn't bother complicating the issue.

Re: transportation

by PhillyBorn&Bread

Lots of options getting from NYC to Philly. But really only one low cost way from Center city Philly to the airport, The "Airport Line" formerly known as the R 1. Catch it at the 30th street staion. Amtrak, Septa and NJ Transit all use this station. The Airport line no longer travels between the airport and Trenton, it now goes only to Glenside, PA

Travel Tips for Philadelphia

Typical street in the 'Federal' area

by el_ruso

The eastern part of the city was built when Philly was the US capital, in the first years of the XIX century. Much of this area has been painstakingly restored, and is incredible to walk. Many streets have cobblestones, and most are lined by beautiful streets. This area is also very clean and safe (just beware of many crazy drivers). This city offers the benefits of a large metropolis, but does not overwhelm like NYC.

Philadelphia's my home...

by zuriga

I think Philadelphia's historic sites make it unique. It's a city for walking, learning and eating! You can easily see the entire downtown area in a few days. There are two major art museums, plus one for Rodin with the biggest collection of his work outside Paris. The Franklin Institute is a science museum old Ben would be proud of. I always miss the delicious cheesesteak sandwiches or hoagies. Try Jim's on South Street, Pat's or Gino's. For hoagies, it's Lee's Hoagie House. They're all over the city.

Looking for Phily Cheese Steaks

by Pawtuxet

You might have had grinders, hoagies, or submarine sandwiches.....but in Philadelphia, you must have a Philly Cheese Steak. Served in a semi hard roll with oodles of calories and other delicious things....this is the spot to find the best. This is "Jim's" which they say serve THE BEST Cheese steak sandwiches in town.


by Kentbein



Brandywine Battlefield
Route 1
Chadds Ford, PA

The Battle of Brandywine was fought in this area during the Revolutionary War. The site is now 50 acres of rolling parks and woodlands with historical exhibits and picnic facilities. There’s a re-enactment of the battle in September with the participants wearing authentic costumes and using Revolutionary War weaponry.

Longwood Gardens
U.S. Rt....

by Kentbein

Longwood Gardens
U.S. Rt. 1 at PA Rt. 52
Kennett Square, PA
610.388.1000 –Information Ext. 513, 512 –
Groups 800.737.5500 -

Longwood Garden, is a wonderful place for garden lovers. It has over 1,050 landscaped outdoor acres and 20 indoor gardens, including a heated conservatory, a main fountain garden, Italian water garden and an open air theatre. Longwood attracts more than a million visitors a year from
all corners of the world.


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Address: 752 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147, United States