Conshohocken is a borough of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It takes its name from a Native American word referring to the bend in the river where it's located. Once a busy mill town, the calm and peaceful neighborhood now serves primarily as a residential home for commuters who work in Philly. This makes it a great place to stay when you're visiting the City of Brotherly Love— you can easily find good cheap hotels in Conshohocken, PA and the area is well-served by public transportation.
Conshohocken lies 23 miles north of Philadelphia International Airport. You can get there by taking the SEPTA train into the city on the Airport Line, and then jumping aboard the Manayunk/Norristown Line. You can also hail a taxi at Zone 5 or pick up a rental at Zone 2. If you don't take a vehicle from the airport and want to explore the area later, Conshohocken car rentals are also available. Once you've arrived, check in at your choice of hotels in Conshohocken, PA and head to Fayette Street, where there's a good selection of bars and restaurants. To get some exercise, visit Sutcliffe Park, which has sporting fields and a playground, or walk or cycle along the Schuylkill River Trail. The trail runs past the bend in the river and into Philadelphia. The nation's first capital is full of historic attractions, particularly in the Old City. Here, you can visit Independence Hall, the National Constitutional Center, and Franklin Court. Center City West is the best place for nightlife, especially in and around Rittenhouse Square, and there are plenty of Philadelphia hotel rooms available if you decide to spend the night.
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