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One of the most beautiful states on the eastern coast of North America, Pennsylvania is a richly diverse state to which many immigrants traveled and settled in the years before and after the founding of the United States. Pennsylvania is nicknamed the Keystone state for its central location relative to the original thirteen colonies.  The state played a central role in the American Civil War by cultivating and producing a majority of the nation's oil and coal. The most common attraction for tourists is the city of Philadelphia which is a mecca for American History buffs. Visitors will also want to travel further west into the state and experience Pennsylvania Dutch communities or explore the Allegheny region in the fall to see the symphony of colors that come with the changing of the leaves. and cheer on the NFL's Steelers in Pittsburgh. There are so many exciting options and vast possibilities, it might just be best to find comfortable lodging and explore whatever you wish.

Philadelphia is the largest city in the state and is famous for its importance to the liberation and foundation of the United States. Home to the Liberty Bell, Constitutional Hall and many other historical sites, ‘Philly' also has great shopping, culture, arts and theater. Tourism is a big industry for Philadelphia and it is for that reason that the accommodations range from affordable hostels to classy hotels and resorts. Not too far from the state's capital of Harrisburg is Gettysburg, the famous battlegrounds during the Civil War. Small and quaint, Gettysburg is a great family and leisure destination and it's wise to book lodging accommodations early in the year.

In the southwest corner of Pennsylvania lies the rather distinct and culturally diverse city of Pittsburgh. The city is the state's center for sports, theater arts, and learning. Pittsburgh is also a great place to grab a quick bite to eat with its old-fashioned diners and cafes and is known for its friendly inhabitants. The roots of this city run deep, back to the early days of the steel industry and Labor Unions. Those visiting on business or leisure will find their days filled with pleasure, fun, and intrigue and can pass the time cheering on the Steelers football team. Pittsburgh has a long list of business, family and budget accommodations at many hotels, inns and motels.

Who knew that Pennsylvania had a coastline! Lake Erie provides biting cold weather to the northern portion of the state in the winter, but awe-inspiring fun and scenery throughout the spring, summer, and fall. Erie has a host of theme parks, shopping malls and hiking trails to keep all tourists to this region of the state busy for days. While here, check out the campground and hotels which keep guests well-rested during the visit.


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