The township of Warrington, Pennsylvania, started life as four smaller villages that grew together to become what is now a suburb of Philadelphia, which lies 27 miles to the south. While it is mostly residential, the town makes a good stopping-off point for people going into or out of Philly. A night or more in a Warrington motel is a great option for road-trippers and for those who like some peace and quiet while still being close to a major city.
Philadelphia International Airport is 35 miles south of the township; however, public transport to Warrington is limited and requires several changes, so going by car is a better option. Either take a taxi from Zone 5 at the airport or rent a car and pick it up at Zone 2. If you are renting, it's best to get your vehicle at the airport, as there are no Warrington car rentals available, although there are some in neighboring towns. Once you've checked in to your choice of hotels in Warrington, Pennsylvania, head to Valley Square for some food or to stock up on necessities. To get some fresh air, visit one of the several parks in town, such as Palomino Park or Twin Oaks Park. If you're looking for some entertainment in the evening, your best bet is Philadelphia— both the Old City and Center City West have good nightlife scenes. You can get some great deals on hotels in Philadelphia if you're planning a late night. While you're in the city, don't miss Independence National Historical Park, the location of some of Philly's best attractions, including the Liberty Bell, Franklin Court, and the National Constitution Center.
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