As visitors in Philadelphia (VIPs) arrive by plane, train and automobile, SEPTA’s updated Visitors On The Go brochure will make navigating the city as easy as 1-2-3 – especially during the 2018 Wawa Welcome America festivities on July 4. The updated colorful brochure is filled with the most popular downtown attractions and the SEPTA routes that serve them. The must-have “handy pocket” guide was specifically designed for visitors to plan a safe and enjoyable trip for everything from sightseeing and dining to shopping, sporting events and adventure.
“Philadelphia is a fantastic destination for visitors and tourists and SEPTA offers a convenient low cost way to explore the best the City has to offer. Visitors on the Go was created to make it easy to plan a day of sightseeing or a night at the fireworks,” said SEPTA’s director of communications, Elizabeth Mintz.
VIPs are also given information inside their guide about the Philadelphia Airport, New Jersey Transit and Amtrak. The brochure explains where the best fare instrument option is located and how to plan your trip using the Center City Philadelphia Street & SEPTA Map located inside the brochure. The Guide will be useful for visitors who want to stake their spot on the map for the fireworks finale above the Philadelphia Museum of Art which is sure to draw a massive crowd.
The guide is available at participating Center City hotels as well as the following locations:
- Independence Visitor Center (6th & Market Streets)
- Sister Cities Park Visitors Center (200 N. 18th Street)
- City Hall Visitor Center (1 S. Penn Square, Rm. 121)
A PDF version of the Visitors On The Go brochure is located on septa.org. A digital version is also available as a free download for both Apple and Android devices or by clicking on the following link:
Visitors can download both the Center City Street & Transit Map, the Center City Hotel Directory, or select another map option from SEPTA’s Maps & Stations section. The brochure also offers a vast option of transit services, including buses, trolleys, trackless trolleys, subways, and Regional Rail.