Destination Directory

Destination Directory

The Groups Today Destination Directory, a searchable database, allows group travel professionals to filter through top destinations, attractions and travel industry businesses to find resources for their next group trip.

Destination Directory Search

48.jpg

Philadelphia CVB

www.discoverphl.com/travel-trade/group-friendly-city/

Happy Groups, Happy Planners in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia makes it easy with:

  • Itinerary planning assistance
  • Convenient motorcoach drop-off and parking
  • Plenty of new and educational attractions and events throughout the city.

Philadelphia’s Easy Bus Parking, Detailed Itineraries, Simple Escort Notes and more make Your Group Tour Planning a Snap!

As the second largest city on the East Coast and in perfect proximity to many other popular group destinations, Philadelphia is a top pick for group planners. Whether you’re organizing a tour for international visitors or planning a group visit, the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau can help craft a memorable trip to the City of Brotherly Love (and sisterly affection).

Take your group to see the nation’s most historic square mile at Independence National Historical Park, or delve into the city’s medical history with a tour of the nation’s first hospital and surgical amphitheater. The options are endless for any type of group visit, from students to seniors.

Contact us today to start planning your group tour! We’ll make your job easy with bus parking maps, sample itineraries, hotel deals, escort notes and more.

Contact Information:

Jim DePhilippo
1601 Market Street, Suite 200
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Phone: 215-636-3312

Recent Blogs

4 Ways to Dive Deep in Group Travel

Time to dive deep into group travel.

Literally.

13 Things That Can Go Wrong on Group Tours

Anything that can go wrong on a group tour hopefully won't, but probably will ... at least once during your career.

Wine Tasting Code Words

My wife is one of the most polite people you could ever meet. Whether this is due to her upbringing, an aspect of her demeanor, or just her go-to behavior, she is polite to a fault. This materializes itself in often unexpected places: She lets the neighborhood kids have first go at the biggest, ripest blackberries that grow on our fence; she feels compelled to listen to the full pitch when eating the food samples at our local price club; she turns shades of blush if anyone in our party offers criticism of a winery's offerings in front of the person pouring. After all, if you don't have something nice to say ...