Welcome to Philadelphia!

This page contains helpful information to make sure that your visit to the City of Brotherly Love is memorable.

Philadelphia WEATHER

Before traveling

In the U.S., the standard voltage is 120V and standard frequency is 60 Hz., so you’ll need a power converter and plug adapter (Type A) if you’re bringing in appliances from outside the country.

Arriving at the airport

US Dollars

The currency in the United States is dollars, which you can withdraw from any ATM at the airport.

Taxis/Shuttles/Uber & Lyft

Access to Ground Transportation can be found on the lower level of the airport, next to baggage claim

SEPTA

The SEPTA train trip to Jefferson Station (two blocks from the Wodify office) is 30 minutes.

Where we are!

Wodify’s North American office is located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia.

Wodify US Office

PHILADELPHIA

1100 Ludlow St. 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
info@wodify.com

Nearby accomodation

There are a number of hotels within walking distance from the Wodify office.
Here are just a few:

Ritz-Carlton
Ritz Carlton
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Residence Inn  by Marriott
Residence Inn by Marriott
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Holiday Inn Express
Holiday Inn Express
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Hilton
Garden Inn
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Loews Philadelphia
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Marriott Downtown
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Executive
Arts Hotel
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Tryp
Oriente
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Tivoli
Oriente
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Myriad
Hotel
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Ibis
Hotel
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Other facilities

From food, to gyms, to band-aids, everything you need can be found steps from the office.

Transportation

Philadelphia is a very walkable city, especially if you’re staying in a hotel near the office.
But if you want to venture out further, here are some options:

Metro
Closest metro station is Oriente (red line). Check the map for more.
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BUS
To the airport or city center, view the schedules in the link.
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Train
Trains from Oriente go to Sintra and to Porto.
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Tuk Tuk
Rent a tuk tuk for some hours and enjoy the city in another perspective. But please rent an electric one! Be green!
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Taxi
You can either call or get a taxi in the street. You can also use Cabify to request your taxi.
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Uber
No need to explain how this works, right?
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Gira Bikes
Lisbon's city bikes, with stations from Parque das Nações until Santos.
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Cabify
A good alternative to Uber.
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Lisboat
Lisbon's boat hop on hop off, an alternative way to see the city.
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SEPTA Bus
Philly’s local bus service is an affordable way to get around.
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SEPTA Train
If you want to explore a bit further outside Center City, the train is a good option.
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Taxi
You can either call or get a taxi in the street.
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Uber/Lyft
No need to explain how this works, right?
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Bike Share
Check out an Indego bike for the day at hundreds of self-serve kiosks around the city
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SEPTA Bus
Philly’s local bus service is an affordable way to get around.
LEARN MORE
SEPTA Train
If you want to explore a bit further outside Center City, the train is a good option.
LEARN MORE
Taxi
You can either call or get a taxi in the street.
LEARN MORE
Uber/Lyft
No need to explain how this works, right?
LEARN MORE
Bike Share
Check out an Indego bike for the day at hundreds of self-serve kiosks around the city
LEARN MORE

Places to visit

Here are some highlights of the most exciting places to visit in and around Philadelphia.

Museum Mile
Fishtown/Northern Liberties
Penn’s Landing
Schuylkill River Walk
Franklin Square Carousel
Washington Square
Logan Square Fountain
Rittenhouse Square
City Hall

Other fun things to do

1

Run up the Philadelphia Art Museum steps. (As a visitor, you’re contractually obligated to do this at least once, whether or not you actually step foot inside the museum.)

2

Down a few drinks at McGillin’s - the oldest continually operating pub in Philly.

3

Reserve a candle-lit Philly Ghost Tour, and walk the spookiest spots in the city.

4

Grab dessert at The Franklin Fountain, an olde-timey ice cream soda fountain place for classic banana splits, phosphates and sundaes.

5

Stroll down Elfreth's Alley, the oldest residential street in the US.

6

Sample the stalls at Reading Terminal Market filled with baked goods, meats and cheeses, fruits and vegetables, and the best pancakes ever made at the Dutch Eating Place.

7

Take a tour of the Eastern State Penitentiary, a prison that once housed Al Capone.

8

Forget art! Visit the creepy Mutter Museum featuring exhibits you won’t find anywhere else.

9

Get stuffed at Fette Sau, BBQ and drinks so good, you’ll wonder if you can get away with eating there every day of your trip.

10

Stroll the Italian Market in South Philly and eat a cheesesteak just to say you did.

If you want to know a bit more about Philadelphia,
please visit the links below.