Enjoy a delightful sampling of Pennsylvania's Classic Towns with a tour of the Philadelphia countryside. You'll explore charming villages and main streets with stops in Bucks County and along Philadelphia's Main Line. It's the perfect tour for the small town lover. And when you get home, you'll be able to pronounce "Manayunk" with no problem.
There’s nothing quite as charmy as a Pennsylvania small town, with its main street shoppes, shady town squares, and all-around homegrown ways. A few days in the Great Lakes Region, in all its summertime splendor, is all you need to get a taste of the small towns that make PA famous. Erie anchors the roadtrip, with its waterfront views of the Presque Isle Bay, a natural wonder that Conde Nast Traveler magazine calls one of the “top 100 swimming holes” in the world. You’ll also discover this is Pennsylvania wine country, just as much as it’s country market and arts boutique country. True enough, the pace is a little slower out here, but that’s only so we can savor it all just a little more.
This region - full of mountains, valleys and all the towns in between - nestles nuggets of unusual charm along its curious streets. The famous Pocono Mountains are here, along with loads of the little boroughs that look like they'd be at home in a storybook or a Jimmy Stewart movie. We'll meet at a cozy hamlet The Atlantic magazine calls "the prettiest county seat in America," and go from there, with the Pocono Mountains ushering us through some of your new favorite small towns.
Have you always wanted to cross Groundhog Day off your bucket list? Then we have the road trip for you! Punxsutawney, Pa., may be most famous for its Groundhog Day celebration, but this charming small town offers many attractions for the entire family both in and around town any time of year.