This neighborhood outside of Philadelphia is an industrial hub turned hot spot. Known as a biking town, visitors like to work up an appetite before hitting some of its excellent restaurants.
This waterfront town counts Pocahontas as its most famous former resident. Its history, recreation—and a happy daffodil festival—give this small town its charm.
If you want that small town vibe but don’t want to forgo a first-class food scene, Marshall should be on your radar.
Visiting a town inhabited by just 30 people means you’ll feel like family when you spend the weekend in this Victorian-influenced charmer.
Between the arts and culture scene, a new, hip hotel and teepee camping (yes, real teepees), this Virginia college town offers something for everyone.