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What is a good price for a coach ticket to Philadelphia?

£3.02 is the cheapest price for a coach ticket to Philadelphia, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to Philadelphia. In the last month, coaches from Pennsauken Township to Philadelphia had the lowest average price at £3.02. The coach from Cherry Hill to Philadelphia also tends to start at relatively low prices.

Where is the coach station in Philadelphia, PA?

The busiest coach station in Philadelphia is Bus Terminal - 1001 Filbert St. There are several other active stations in addition to this main station. The most popular coach stations in Philadelphia are:

  • Bus Terminal - 1001 Filbert St
  • 30th St Station - 2955 Market St
  • Independence Hall Visitors Ctr - 601 Market St

Where should you stay in Philadelphia?

A great neighborhood to consider staying in while visiting Philadelphia is Center City. In that area you’ll find a wide variety of price ranges on both hotels and homeshares, while also staying pretty close to the Greyhound bus station.

Within walking distance from Center City there are a number of iconic historic sites to visit, such as the Liberty Bell. For food, you’re also just a short stroll from Chinatown. Center City really puts you at the center of all Philly has to offer.

How do you get around Philadelphia?

A common way to get around Philadelphia is via PHLASH bus. This bus offers looped services in downtown Philadelphia, with stops at the Philly Zoo and Center City. Buses come every 15 minutes, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with fares starting at just $2. Alternatively, you can buy an all-day pass for $5.

Aside from the PHLASH bus, your best bet for getting around Philly is by foot. The way the old city is structured, most of the major sites are within walking distance of each other. In a pinch, you can always rely on a taxi, Lyft or Uber.

What are some places to visit in Philly?

Philadelphia is filled with historic attractions, so there is plenty for you to discover. Visit the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Museum of the American Revolution for a glimpse of where the United States got its start.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is filled with works from incredible artists, but is also famous for the “Rocky Steps” — the iconic steps that Rocky Balboa trained on in the 1976 film “Rocky.”

What are some good restaurants in Philly?

A good restaurant to try in Philly that is also conveniently located near the Greyhound bus station is called Spasso Italian Grill. This grill has a rustic setting with outdoor seating, and serves classic pastas and homemade dishes. An added bonus: The dishes there are reasonably priced.

An even cheaper option is Alyan’s Restaurant, also nearby. With delicious Meditteranean food and a fun, eclectic vibe, you’re sure to walk away satisfied.

What is the best time to visit Philadelphia by bus?

There really isn’t a wrong time to visit Philly by bus. Greyhound offers 382 daily bus routes and Megabus provides 90 daily routes. When winter weather sets in, traveling by bus may be a better bet than driving to Philadelphia yourself in a small car. Heavy buses tend to handle ice and snow better than your typical sedan.

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