Philadelphia – 72 hours in style

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Day 1:  Philadelphia for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia****
Located in Center City Philadelphia, 87 m from Independence Hall, Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia features a rooftop lounge overlooking the Liberty Bell. Free WiFi access is offered.
Every room at this pet-friendly hotel features a flat-screen TV, Frette linens and a fully-stocked minibar. Private bathrooms have hairdryers and bathrobes.
There is a 24-hour front desk, fitness centre, and business centre at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia. Complimentary bicycle rentals are available.
Red Owl Tavern offers breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, and brunch on weekends. Stratus Rooftop Lounge offers handcrafted cocktails, city views and a fireplace.
National Constitution Center is 450 m from Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, while Reading Terminal Market is 1.3 km away.

Priority access tickets for the Barnes Foundation
Discover the largest private collection in the world of impressionist, post-impressionist and modern works – Renoir, Braque, Picasso, Matisse, Soutine, Modigliani, Van Gogh, Cézanne, Seurat, Klee … – as well as numerous works of art.
The museum has been relocated downtown in a beautiful glass building.

Dinner reservation at Parc for a trip to Paris
Parc recalls the chic brasseries of Paris, serving classic French fare in a charming space. Red leather banquettes topped with frosted glass provide a sense of intimacy. Details such as well-worn wooden chairs, vintage framed paintings and photos and antique brass fixtures transport guests across the Atlantic. French doors spill onto a sidewalk terrace covered by a dark red awning perfect for dining « en plein air. »
Reservations are not accepted for outdoor tables.

Day 2:
Explore Reading Terminal Market on own
Check out the local products:  bacon, cheese, apples, ciders and beers.
This market opened 120 years ago.  It is the perfect place to witness the American melting pot.  Farmer in checkered shirt, Italian mamas and Amish market gardeners with long dresses and tight buns on their heads are side by side.

Time for lunch.
Philadelphia is famous for its sandwiches.  Try a cheese steak or a roast pork sandwich. 
We recommend John’s Roast Pork.

3 hour Private Tour, Colonial Philadlephia
Founded in the 17th century by William Penn as a haven for persecuted Quakers, Philadelphia quickly became the most important city in America. By the dawn of the revolution it was the largest English-speaking city in the world outside of London. Covering some of the most significant sites in Old City Philadelphia, this Philadelphia History Tour explores the social and political mechanisms that defined the city and set the stage for the Declaration of Independence and the Continental Congress.

Dinner reservation at Suraya
Designed to send you from Fishtown to Beirut when you step in the door, Suraya is an inviting all day café, neighborhood restaurant, and light-filled outdoor garden and bar located at 1528 Frankford Avenue.
They serve beautifully presented Lebanese dishes, cocktails and have the largest list of Chateau Musar wines in Philadelphia!

Day 3
Private food Tour in Fishtown
Over the last few years, Fishtown, has emerged as Philly’s truest harbor of artistic, culinary and musical action. This up and coming, eclectic and hipster neighborhood, is packed with hidden historical gems and some of Philadelphia’s best kept culinary delights throughout.
This 2.5 hour walking tours will satiate your palletes with a variety of food samples from the most hip, local, eats available as well as key insights that bring life the history of this charming working-class neighborhood. 
This tour includes a variety of samples, which include but are not limited to: pizza, buffalo cauliflower, cured meats and a variety of baked goods from Philadelphia’s smallest bakery.
You’ll finish our walking tour feeling like a local – with an insider view into the local life, a satisfied stomach, and the confidence to continue exploring this classic working class, historical and hipster neighborhood.

Rest of the day at leisure
You could explore the funky South Street
Home to over 400 independent retail shops, restaurants and taverns with tastes from around globe, salons, body art parlors, fashion boutiques, live music and theatre, fun classes, and art galleries—including Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens.
Discover why South Street is still the hippest street in town
Or relax or go shopping in the gardens of Rittenhouse Square.
One of five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century, Rittenhouse Square is the heart of Center City’s most expensive and exclusive neighborhood.
With high-rise residences filled with luxury apartments and some of the best fine dining experiences in the city, residents can marvel at their options, while also enjoying the luxury retail shopping in the area, all of which surrounds the handsome tree-filled park.
Visit the Rodin Museum
It contains one of the largest collections of sculptor Auguste Rodin‘s works outside Paris.

Dinner reservation at Zahva
Zahav showcases the Israeli-Mediterranean cuisine of Chef/Owner Michael Solomonov. In 2008, Zahav was named one of Esquire’s Top 20 New Restaurants in America and Philadelphia Magazine selected Zahav as its Best New Restaurant.

Day 4
Private transfer from hotel to Philadelphia airport



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