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Pennsylvania Travel Vacation Guide


Pennsylvania Vacation Rental

Pennsylvania is full of charming guest houses, Pennsylvania bed and breakfasts and Pennsylvania farmhouses. Whether you are planning a family getaway, a romantic weekend with your loved one or a wild adventure with a group of friends, you will surely find the perfect affordable accommodation in Pennsylvania. Choose among Pennsylvania vacation condos, Pennsylvania hotels and many more and enjoy your vacation in the "Independence State".

Things to do in Pennsylvania

Being the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Pennsylvania is full of historic attractions, mostly in the vibrant city of Philadelphia. Those interested in the Colonial era can also visit the Pennsylvania's Dutch country where Amish, Mennonite and Brethren communities live a plain and peaceful lifestyle. With its numerous mountain trails and Lake Erie, Pennsylvania lures many adventure seekers and sport enthusiasts.

Pennsylvania's 117 state parks are home to numerous creatures, plants and natural wonders. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy family camping, swimming, biking, fishing and hiking in Pennsylvania's mountains, lakes and rivers. Some other ideas include long walks through the forests, admiring spectacular waterfalls and white water rafting. Live entertainment, historical monuments and vibrant lifestyle await tourists in Philadelphia and Harrisburg.

Artisan Trails

Get off the beaten path and see the artistic part of Pennsylvania. Traveling through the state's countryside, you can find many talented artists who make unique quilts, decorative ironworks and glass bowls. Pennsylvania's big cities, small towns and farm villages featuring galleries, museums and studios create an amazing and unique artisan trail. Take an unforgettable road trip through the route 45 from Water Street to charming Danville and you will discover many art places such as Penn's Creek Pottery located in an 1818 grain mill or Etcetera, an artist haven full of paintings, jewelry and pottery of 65 talented artists.

The Poconos Mountains

The Poconos is a popular, year-round destination enchanting visitors with its numerous lake and mountain Pennsylvania resorts and endless outdoor activities. During the summer travelers enjoy kayaking, hiking and whitewater rafting while in the winter some of the activities include exciting downhill skiing and snowboarding. Nature lovers can relax and unwind in one of the two state parks of Poconos: the Bog Pocono State Park or the Mauch Chunk Lake Park. Those looking for some fun will surely enjoy various festivals of the area including Milford Music Festival, the Poconos Blues Festival and Jazz and Arts Festival.

Philadelphia historical tours

Nationally recognized as the birthplace of America, Philadelphia has a rich historical heritage that is reflected in the city's many attractions and buildings. One of the most popular sites to visit in Philadelphia is without doubt the Liberty Bell. Located on the famous Market Street, the Liberty Bell is a monument that represents freedom and independence. Another important historical site to visit is the Independence Hall. Learn the facts about the Declaration of Independence and admire the unique architecture design. Benjamin Franklin Bridge is one of Philadelphia's most important landmarks. Connecting Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the bridge is considered a historical monument that dates back to 1926. Numerous fine Pennsylvania vacation rentals can be found in Philadelphia.

Grand Canyon of the East Coast

Also known as the Pine Creek Gorge, Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania is an amazing natural treasure located in the Tioga State Forest and is approximately 2,450 feet deep. It not only offers spectacular panoramas and abundant wildlife but also excellent hiking and walking trails. The best season to visit the Pine Creek Gorge is during the fall when the area is blazing with shades of yellow, red, orange and purple colors. Make sure you stop by at the Victorian town of Wellsboro, where you will see gas-lit streets and mansions that date back to 1800s while staying at a cozy Pennsylvania cabins.

Pennsylvania Dutch Country

Famous for the rich farmland and unique lifestyle of its inhabitants, Pennsylvania's Dutch Country is home to many Amish communities. A lot can be seen and learned in the place where life moves at a slower pace and where the residents lead simplistic lifestyles. Visit Lancaster County and find a beautiful scenery dotted with one-room classrooms, mule teams, wooden bridges and friendly people wearing homemade clothing. Trying the local food is a must. Family style restaurants, delicious pies, funnel cakes and pretzels are awaiting you in the Amish land.

World Known Top Events in the State of Pennsylvania

2009 Philadelphia Flower Show, “Bella Italia”
Philadelphia, March 1-8

Longwood Gardens Wine and Jazz Festival
Kennett Square, May 2

Mummers Parade
Philadelphia, Jan. 1

The Gettysburg Festival— Celebrating America
Gettysburg, June 18-28

York County Made in America Tours
York, June 17-20
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