Taken from GPTMC's high-definition b-roll, this video highlights "America's Most Historic Square Mile." Historic Philadelphia offers moving historic icons, modern museums, entertaining tours, fun family activities, great dining and shopping and a vibrant nightlife scene.
GPTMC has an extensive collection of broadcast-quality b-roll featuring scenic views, historic sites, cultural attractions, restaurants, shops, outdoor adventures, annual events and more.
B-roll footage of Philadelphia and The Countryside® is available in several high-definition formats and Beta SP format.
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The following itinerary is available on gophila.com.
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TRANSPORTATION: Foot, taxi, bus or car
DURATION: Four days and four nights
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