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|Philadelphia: Preferred Cruise Lines|
Cruise from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania. The city is referred to as Philly, and known as The City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia is the second-largest city on the U.S. East Coast. places like the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, Philadelphia is full of history.
Settled by Quakers, Philadelphia prospered swiftly on the back of trade and commerce, and by the 1750s had become the second largest city in the British Empire. Economic power fueled strong revolutionary feeling, and the city was the capital during the War of Independence (except for nine months under British occupation in 1777-78). It also served as the US capital until 1800, while Washington DC was being built. The Declaration of Independence was written, signed and first publicly read here in 1776, as was the US Constitution ten years later. Take advantage of cruises from Philly. Take a cruise leaving Philly from your backyard.
Famous as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Yes let Freedom Ring, Philadelphia know for its cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. Philadelphia has cultural, culinary, artistic and ethnic treasures that abound in this city and countryside.
What makes Philadelphia so memorable is its unique blend of experiences that you have to discover in person. By day, explore four centuries of history and architecture, beautiful neighborhoods, remarkable museum collections and endless shopping. After the sun sets, the city heats up with acclaimed performing arts, candlelight tours, delectable dining and vibrant nightlife. Philadelphia was also a hotbed of new ideas in the arts and sciences, as epitomized by the scientist, philosopher, statesman, inventor and printer Benjamin Franklin. Cruise leaving Philadelphia.
|DIRECTIONS TO THE PORT OF PHILADELPHIA|
Name of Port:
|Port of Philadelphia|
Name/Location of Pier:
|Philadelphia Naval Business Center|
Philadelphia Cruise Terminal 1
5100 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19112
|7 miles from airport, approximately 10 minutes|
(All travel times depending on traffic conditions)
|Taxis are available. Cost approximately $15.00 each way.|
(Rates subject to change)
|Philadelphia Naval Business Center - Cost $12.00 per day.|
(Rates subject to change)
|FROM NORTH - Take I-95 South to Exit 17 (Broad Street). Make a left on to Broad Street. Enter Main Gate at Navy Yard. Continue on Broad Street. The Cruise Terminal is the last building on the right.|
|FROM SOUTH - Take I-95 North to Exit 17 (Broad Street). Make a left turn at first light at bottom of ramp (Zinkoff Blvd.). Make another left onto Broad Street and stay to the right hand side. Enter Main Gate at Navy Yard. Continue on Broad Street. The Cruise Terminal is the last building on the right.|
|FROM WEST - Take I-76 East to Broad Street Exit. Take Broad Street South to Main Gate at the Navy Yard. Continue on Broad Street. The Cruise Terminal is the last building on the right.|
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