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Exploring the Streets of Philadelphia

Venture to one of the oldest operating farmers’ market in the nation, located on the corner of 12th and Arch streets, just two blocks from the Market East train station.

Full of diversity, you will find Amish baked goods, fair trade produce, butchers, florists and a wonderful variety of ethnic foods ranging from sushi to roast beef sandwiches to homemade ice cream.

After scavenging the market for the best lunch spot, you’ll find yourself wrestling to make a decision. A delicious French crêpe overflowing with chicken and grilled vegetables or a pulled pork sandwich are two of the fabulous choices at the market. To top it off, a couple scoops of Bassets’ world famous ice cream or cannolis from Termini Brothers will complete your heavenly feast.

You can find anything at Reading Terminal Market. Operating since 1893, this is one place in Philadelphia that just does not go out of style.

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