How Do You Find Hotels In Wilmington, Delaware?
Originally settled by the Swedes, Wilmington offers plenty for those with an interest in colonial history. Home to the Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, the city also boasts a number of mansions, gardens and museums. The city is conveniently located directly between New York City and Washington, D.C. Fly into New Castle Airport, or nearby Philadelphia International Airport. Rent a car–this is the easiest way to get around in Wilmington. Travel at a more leisurely pace using the public bus system (DART). DART bus routes are marked with blue and white signs around the downtown areas. To book accommodations, contact Great Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 489-6664 or visit their Web site (see Resources below). Consider staying near Trolley Square, a hip shopping area where the city’s young professionals live and work. Lodgings on downtown’s northeastern end put you close to this destination. Consider staying downtown. Options include independent boutique hotels as well a
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