The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation has made a list of the five biggest weekends of 2012.
The Convention and Visitors Bureau on Wednesday launched an effort to make Philadelphia more of a global destination.
The summer season is coming to an end so maybe your next vacation is not front and center in your plans, but would you consider going someplace to work?
Looking for something to do, but can’t find inspiration? Woofound has you check off things you like and don’t like in a slideshow-like quiz, then uses those results to suggest nearby activities.
Car Schnieder with the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation says the statistics look good for Philadelphia tourism this summer.
The Parking Authority apparently wants a kinder, gentler image, and so officials are going to be training their hundreds of enforcement officers on how to be more friendly and helpful.
Tripomatic lets travelers (and home town tourists) find nearby points of interest using an incredibly basic (and intuitive) interface.
According to a top tourism official, it was a rip-roaring New Year’s holiday in terms of bringing people to enjoy the festivities in Philadelphia.
It’s a plan driven more by economics than emotions.
Here are several options to help you escape the hustle and bustle of city life or to enjoy some of the treasures outside of Center City.
More than 40,000 votes were cast, with Philadelphia dominating in one major category.
To get excited about a loss may sound crazy, but September’s drop of .6 percent has analysts like Joe Weinert at the Spectrum Gaming Group feeling cautiously optimistic about Atlantic City’s casinos.
A popular lighthouse down the shore is out of commission but not out of reach.
New Jersey officials are set to cash in on what they believe will be a strong summer tourism season, one which could provide a much-needed economic boost to the financially struggling state.
“If you go around some of our hotels in Center City, go around the Reading Terminal, you would see first-hand what it is I’m talking about,” councilman Frank DiCicco said.