Just about everyone has at least heard about the Poconos, Pennsylvania’s most renowned natural feature.
Pine Creek Valley, a 47-mile-long gorge carved into the Allegheny Plateau in north-central Pennsylvania, is sometimes referred to as Pennsylvania’s own Grand Canyon.
If you reside in a more rural region, a trip to the city may be excellent for a romantic getaway.
The Cumberland Valley, which is only 90 minutes from Pittsburgh and two hours from Washington, DC, is renowned for its stunning scenery, outdoor adventure, relaxing spas.
Montrose features some of the most romantic B&Bs and inns in the state, including the circa-1859-renovated Rosemont Inn Bed & Breakfast with its stunning gardens.
Outside the main town of one of Pennsylvania's most well-known Amish villages, where people farm property inherited from their ancestors, live other Amish settlements.
Erie is situated on the beaches of Lake Erie and boasts the only actual beachfront in the state
For chocolate enthusiasts, Hershey is an obvious choice. And when it comes to romantic getaways, there are few things better than leisure and chocolate to set the atmosphere