Pennsylvania Vacation Rental Information
Some points of interest for those looking to rent a vacation home in Pennsylvania:
So maybe before booking your Pennsylvania vacation rental you should have a quick think about what Pennsylvania doesn’t have – hmmm…. this place really has it all. Heard of Philadelphia? Of course. It was the birthplace of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Then there is also Pittsburgh home to the Andy Warhol Museum, dedicated to his life and works, as well as to the famous American
football team. Three rivers also converge in Pittsburgh, the Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny allowing for all sorts of waterfront scenes. It is also the home of the Carnegie Museum of Art.
If you like the great outdoors then Pennsylvania is for you as it is the home to no less than four mountain ranges; the famous Pocono
with its resorts for all seasons; the Allegheny with its famous plateau and outstanding natural beauty; the Appalachians with a multitude of outdoor activities and the Endless Mountain range.
Further there are countless civil war trails and museums as the state is also home to the world famous Gettysburg.
Do not forget to visit Pennsylvania’s Great Lakes Region where there are all sorts of fun times to be had when staying in a lakeside holiday home from hiking and biking through wonderfully lush forests to boating on the lake or just exploring the lush shores.
Dutch Country is an area not to forget with Harrisburg, the State Capital, and where the famous Amish brethren and Mennonite communities carry on a preserved, frugal lifestyle. With wineries, museums, restaurants, nightlife and absolutely fabulous natural beauty and scenery as well as a diverse and rich cultural history, Pennsylvania is a must when planning your vacation rentals.
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