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diverse product to travellers as we focus not only on great city breaks but also on brilliant twin-centre options with Atlantic City, Valley Forge, New York, Washington, DC and Boston. This year is an exciting year for Philadelphia, one that will strengthen our position within the arts and culture market with the arrival of the Barnes Foundation alongside the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the re-opened Rodin Museum.”


“Valley Forge is steeped in history but it also offers great shopping: don’t miss upscale King of Prussia Mall, the country’s largest”


SARAH LAX, HEAD OF PURCHASING USA AND CANADA, HAYES & JARVIS


From The Front Line SARAH LAX


Head of Purchasing USA & Canada Hayes & Jarvis


“Philadelphia is a great place for a first visit to the USA. There’s a lot to see, a huge choice of great restaurants, the shopping is fantastic and it’s a nice, friendly, walkable city. It’s also close to New York City and Washington, DC, which you can reach by rail on Amtrak. “Valley Forge has great shopping


malls and we found some amazing places all along the boardwalk in Atlantic City.”


PHILIPPA WESTWOOD Marketing Manager America As You Like It “Pennsylvania is holding


up well despite the current tough economic climate as the destination is great value for money and enables clients to combine a city break and fly- drive holiday. “It is also a great combination of


history, arts and culture, with 21st-century dining, entertaining and nightlife, whereas Atlantic City – in the programme for the first time – is a good suggestion for anyone looking for resort-style accommodation with 24-hour entertainment and a beach thrown in. Valley Forge provides an escape from the city as well as being a pretty gateway to the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside.”


RUBY BRIGGS MD, North America Travel Service & Key to America


“Philadelphia, which we have been featuring for more than 12 years, is a


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