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Why Pennsylvania makes a good choice?

Pennsylvania is known for its diverse terrain, which includes, forests, farmland and major waterways.
Pennsylvania is home to many historic sites that preserve important artifacts and buildings of the American Revolutionary War found in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Gettysburg, Lancaster and Harrisburg. Garden lovers can explore beautiful botanical gardens and scenic hiking trails. The state is also home to several architectural masterpieces and prevalent examples of Amish culture.

Best time to visit Pennsylvania

The best season to visit Pennsylvania in terms of weather is the fall. In September the daytime highs drop into the pleasant 70s (°F), but the leaves don't really start turning until October in the mountains and early November in the lower southern regions. Snow is concentrated in winter months. Late-spring - May, June – or late-summer and early-fall – September, October – are excellent months for visiting Pennsylvania.

Why Pennsylvania is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

The Pennsylvania countryside is a gorgeous honeymoon spot to escape. Its tranquil landscape, friendly people, and blissful solitude underscore the sweetness of your Pennsylvania honeymoon while you relax and unwind. Behind the rolling hills and picturesque mountain landscapes of the Poconos lies the perfect destination for honeymooners.

Adventure activities in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania beckons as a natural year-round playground. Lose yourself in the rugged, wild beauty of tree-covered mountains, forest land, rushing rivers, natural landscapes and vast parks. The state’s infinite selection of outdoor activities will beckon you back again and again. Mountain bike through the Alleghenies. Spot raptors high above Hawk Mountain. Night ski in the Pocono Mountains. Kayak along the Susquehanna River. Explore Pennsylvania's water trails.