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From Pittsburgh in the west and Philadelphia in the east, Pennsylvania is known for its rich history, dense forests, and vibrant culture. Get to know the Keystone State, and take your pick of Pennsylvania vacation rentals in some of its most popular destinations.
Best Cities to Visit in Pennsylvania
Known as the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia is the ideal place to start any trip to Pennsylvania. The largest city in the state, it's home to an impressive museum campus, many historic sites, beautiful architecture, and cuisine that's celebrated around the world. Take a spin through Rittenhouse Square to enjoy one of the city's original 17th-century green spaces, take in the vast collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and try the signature cheesesteaks at Jim's Steaks or Geno's Steaks in South Philadelphia.
Nestled on the west side of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh was one of the state's industrial dynamos for several decades. Today, it's home to several parks, a dynamic riverfront, and a flourishing arts scene. Steel City is also a sports fan's dream, thanks to its professional baseball, football, hockey, and soccer teams. Pittsburgh is easy to traverse by bike, foot, or public transit, which is one of the reasons it's considered the nation's Most Livable City. It's also a fun place to visit, with music, arts, heritage, and culinary festivals year-round.
Top Activities in Pennsylvania
If you're planning a trip to Philadelphia, don't miss your chance to visit Independence National Historical Park. This large park is located in the heart of the city and includes more than a dozen sites and green spaces. Tour Independence Hall, where both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed, and then set your sights on the famous Liberty Bell Center and the outdoor President's House.
Make your way to the Gettysburg National Military Park to visit the site of the turning point of the Civil War. Start at the National Park Service Museum and Visitor Center to view the historic Gettysburg Cyclorama and watch a contemporary film on the Battle of Gettysburg before making your way to the park's historic sites. Bike, hike, or drive to infamous spots such as Culp's Hill, Cemetery Hill, or the Devil's Den.
For some of the best outdoor adventures in Pennsylvania, head to the Pocono Mountains, a naturally beautiful region that spans 2,400 square miles and 4 counties. Climb some mountain peaks, get out on the water for canoeing or kayaking, bike through challenging terrain, or fish in nearly 150 lakes. On a family trip, you won't want to miss the fun-filled water park. If you're planning a romantic weekend, enjoy some quiet time in this gorgeous region.
Why You Should Visit Pennsylvania
No two Pennsylvania vacation rentals are the same. You'll find rustic cabins in the Poconos, refurbished warehouses in Pittsburgh, and swanky condos in Philadelphia. Whatever you need to create a memorable getaway, you'll find it in the Keystone State.
Book the Pennsylvania vacation rental of your choice, and start planning the perfect vacation for your crew.