If you’ve only seen Philadelphia through social media, you might think the city is nothing but rowdy fans and demonic mascot memes. But beyond that eccentric reputation, you’ll find a city full of young people, artists, and immigrants, with dozens of different neighborhoods that all share a passion for their city. As the first city in the United States to be recognized as a World Heritage City, it’s the perfect destination for history buffs or anyone who enjoys a leisurely stroll along cobblestone streets. Art is everywhere in Philadelphia, with murals and sculptures on almost every street corner, and there’s plenty of parks and rivers for nature lovers. There’s always something to do at night, whether it’s an outdoor dance party, punk rock drag show, or library-themed lounge. Whether you want to shop at the quirky and hip South Street, go to the biggest Fourth of July party in the country, or visit a museum with a skull collection, you’ll find it in Philly.