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Each state has several cities that are considered “must see”. For whatever reason, certain cities have taken on an interest to the public and have developed over time, creating a tourist destination for travelers, locals, and people just passing through. Pennsylvania is not exempt from having their fair share of cities that need to be visited by anyone staying in the area for an extended amount of time. Among these cities are activities and entertainment for both families, couples and single individuals.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania is known for being one of the oldest towns in remaining in the United States. There is a wide range of fun things to do in Lancaster, PA; one of these being the Refreshing Mountain Retreat. This retreat is available to businesses, groups, families, children, teens, adults and other large or small groups. There are team building exercises available, adventure courses, zip lining, obstacle courses, cabins, etc. Refreshing mountain offers something for everyone making it apparentthat you have to check out this top Lancaster, PA attraction. Along with retreats like Refreshing Mountain, there are many historical sites, local eateries, festivals, and shopping. With so many options available for entertainment, it’s a wonder the Lancaster population continues to grow.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is another renowned city; the second largest in the state of Pennsylvania. With 446 bridges, Pittsburgh is known by two names; “The City of Bridges” and “The Steel City,” because of the high amount of steel organizations and businesses located in the city. Visiting Pittsburgh gives you the opportunity to explore the city and embrace all it has to offer, without feeling completely overwhelmed by city life. Whether you want to spend your time walking around the city, enjoying the skyscrapers, finding all of the 446 bridges, checking out the many colleges and universities located within the city or explore the old museums and libraries, Pittsburgh is sure not to disappoint.

The largest city in Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, is one of the cities that keeps Pennsylvania on the map as far as tourist attractions go. There is a historic district with a “historic mile” that will take you throughout the city’s oldest areas. There are many museums, monuments, historical sites and restaurants throughout the city, deciding what to do is the hardest part about visiting the city. Of the many restaurants in the city, a trademark item you have to indulge in when visiting the city is the “Philly Cheese Steak sandwich. Originated in the city and remains, to this day, the best place to eat Philly Cheese Steaks.

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