From outdoor adventures to historical sites, Pennsylvania has something for everyone. Plan your next vacation to see the Dutch Country Roads, the Hershey Factory or Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon. You'll be amazed at the sights, sounds and fun to be had throughout the greater state of our founding forefathers.
Get reacquainted with the art world in yourPhiladelphia car rental
There are a number of must-see arts and cultural sights on your Pennsylvania vacation. Get moving in your Philadelphia car rental to make sure you don't miss any of the museums and galleries. One of the iconic sculptures located in Philadelphia is Robert Indiana's famous LOVE statue. Take a picture with your travel buddy so you'll always remember that special trip you two had together. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is home to some amazing works of art and the famous steps where Rocky Balboa trained. If you want to see the best of both worlds at one sight, the Barnes Foundation offers one of the largest collections of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings in the world.
Take your Philadelphia rental car and embark on yet another arts and culture excursion; spend another day discovering the unique sights and sounds at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens. The site offers outdoor gallery spaces stocked with garden sculptures, mosaic tile works and varied texts embedded on the garden walls. You can take a self-guided tour or sign up for a brief Garden Guide walk lead by an interpreter who will offer some valuable background and history regarding the cultural hot spot.
You won't leave hungry in your Pittsburg rental car
Make sure you're well versed in stomach stretches before you head out in your Pittsburgh rental car. This foodie city is home to champions who consider eating a sport. You'll understand why once you cruise into town with your Pittsburgh car rental with the windows rolled down.
One of the favorite restaurants among locals is Deluca's Restaurant, located in the Strip District of the city. The 1970s-themed eatery is known for serving the "Best Breakfast in Town." You'll find pancakes, Belgian waffles, crepes, homefries and loaded breakfast burritos on the menu among many other options to choose from.
Walk off that hefty breakfast at the Andy Warhol Museum over on Sandusky street before stopping for lunch. Lighter options include a pastrami sandwich on rye or a hot bowl of chili from the Pittsburgh classic, Primanti Bros. The city staple has been featured numerous times on the popular Travel Channel show, Man vs. Food. If you've wasted away from breakfast, challenge yourself to finish the signature sandwich, which comes loaded with a variety of lunch meats, cheese and tomatoes served on an Italian loaf.
Skip dinner altogether and instead enjoy a delicious pastry from the Vanilla Pastry Studio over on South Braddock Avenue. The famous bakery specializes in cupcakes, lollies and made-from-scratch goodies including brownies, muffins and cookies.