The cities in Pennsylvania are many and the opportunities are many for finding attractions, restaurants and ways to have fun while you visit PA.
Maybe you're heading to the Pocono mountains and want to find a nice Jim Thorpe bed and breakfast to spend overnights at.
This area of the state is great for newlyweds who want to begin their married lives together.
Or maybe you want to know if a particular city has a movie theater or a deli near your hotel.
Find the information before you travel to help make your vacation planning a little easier.
Indiana is best known as the birthplace of Jimmy Stewart. There's a nice museum about him you can visit while you're there.
Jennerstown has a nice playhouse. See a show after enjoying dinner in the restaurant.
Take a ride up the inclined plane in Johnstown then see the view of the city from up top.
Shoppers will love the King of Prussia Mall! You can definitely spend two days there shopping for whatever your heart desires!
This is close to Philadelphia, so you can see the sights in Phillie after your shopping spree is over!
The cities of Lake Ariel and Lake Harmony can be found in north eastern Pennsylvania in the Poconos region of the state.
Known for its outdoor recreation (and also a famous honeymoon destination), the Pocono mountains are especially beautiful in the fall with changing leaves.
Lancaster offers you Amish country with old town charm. Head to the outlets and grab dinner at one of the Amish restaurants savoring homemade food.
The cities below begin with letters I, J, K, L. Each specific city takes you to find more information about it.
You'll love the state! There's so many places and areas to explore that you'll have to come back for another visit!