Life in Philadelphia
Philadelphia has a humid subtropical climate. Summers are usually humid and hot, with mild springs and fall. Winters are cold and snowy. The chilly winters don’t seem to be enough to scare away the nearly 1.6 million people estimated to be living within the City of Brotherly Love as of the 2014 estimate.
Upon your move to Philadelphia, there is a lot to check out in the historic downtown area. Downtown Philadelphia is home to attractions of historical importance and modern cultural relevance. Tourists flock to Philadelphia to visit sites related to the American Revolution. Both Constitution Hall and the Liberty Bell are located in downtown Philadelphia. Visitors to the city can also enjoy the city´s famous cheesesteaks while taking in an Eagles, Phillies or Flyers game at the downtown sports complex.