2. Old City

In Central City Philadelphia, take a look around the Old City neighborhood where you can soak up the historic ambiance as you walk by the Colonial buildings and cobblestone streets generating an atmosphere that will transport you back to the 18th-century. Take a carriage ride through the historic streets lined with trees. Plenty of tours are available such as the Founding Fathers Tour which will guide you to such sites as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Independence Hall, and Franklin Court and Betsy Ross House where the first American flag was sewed. The Old City offers a great opportunity to relax and unwind in one the of the many eateries and wash it down with a local craft beer.

The brick and cobblestone streets of Elfreth Alley, Philadelphia, is said to be the oldest street in continuous use in America

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