Philadelphia or Philly or The City of Brotherly Love was the first capital city in the United States before becoming Washington DC. It was the largest city in the state of Pennsylvania and the 6th most densely populated city in the United States. It is one of the country’s historic cities because the event of declaring independence for America occurs here. It is also the burial ground of Benjamin Franklin who was the United States’ most important American statesman. Philadelphia is also home to leading educational institutions such as the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. The city’s flight is Philadelphia International Airport and many direct flight arrive here.
Temperature: Summer (on June – Augest) around 19-31 degrees Celsius, Autumn (September – November) around 4-27 degrees Celsius, Winter (December – February) Approx. (-3) – 10 degrees Celsius and Spring (March – May) Approx. (-2) -24 degrees Celsius.
Rain: Philadelphia is a snowy city but not much – lower than the average city in the United States. In contrast to the amount of rain in this city, there is a lot of rain. The average annual rainfall is 41 Inch, which is more than the average of cities in the US that is only 35 Inch. Rain may fall every month.
Cost of living: Organized to moderate to low (Rental fee around $450 – $700 USD per month)