Pennsylvania Vacations, Trips & Travel Packages
As one of the original colonies of the United States, Pennsylvania is a state steeped in history. From its 15th-century origins, the form laid down the foundations for America as the location for the Founding Fathers to craft the Declaration of Independence, the U.S Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address. Philadelphia, the state’s largest city, is home to the Liberty Bell, an iconic symbol of American independence for Abolitionists, suffragettes, and Civil Rights activists throughout the years. Visit Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was discussed, debated, and finalized, declaring America’s desire to be free from the British.
European roots run deep in Pennsylvania, home to the largest Amish communities in the United States. These descendants of Swiss-German religious communities are dedicated to tradition and simplicity, rejecting forms of contemporary living and bringing you a simpler pace of life with plenty of fresh foods in Lancaster, Chester, and Indiana County. Beyond the cultural hubs of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, the state is abundant in rolling farmland and leafy woods, including gems with plenty of hiking and camping options at Allegheny National Forest, Hickory Run, or Ohiopyle State Park.
Pennsylvania, United States
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American Historic HighwaysFIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: Your journey opens with New York, New England, and New France (that’s Canada’s Québec City and Montréal, of course) but also visits Gettysburg, Washington, and Philadelphia, all deeply rooted in history. Ottawa, Toronto, and the Niagara peninsula, all in a region once called Upper Canada, are prominent features as well before you return to the Big Apple. A trip not just for history buffs, but offering captivating scenery, excellent culinary opportunities, and entertainment.
- 15 Days
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- US$ 3,361
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- Family Vacations, Multi Country Vacation Ideas, Self-Drives
Colonial AmericaFIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: The Lincoln Memorial, Gettysburg, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Philadelphia conjure up much of the colonial history you encounter on this trip while excellent museums await your visit to fill in or add to your knowledge of events and places. Magnificent scenery come courtesy of Shenandoah National Park, the Skyline Drive, one of America's most scenic routes, and the Eastern Shore, the longest stretch of wild coastline remaining on the entire East Coast. Of course, there’s also Chesapeake Bay blue crab and Philly cheesesteak.
- 11 Days
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- US$ 1,971
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- Family Vacations, Self-Drives