One of Most Underrated Towns in Pennsylvania is Located in Bucks County

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Image via Visit New Hope.
The small town is considered to be one of the best in the whole country.

A small town in Bucks County is once again being recognized as one of the best places to live in and visit in the whole area. Joe Mertens wrote about the town for Newsbreak.

New Hope, which was named one of the most underrated cities in Pennsylvania by the World Atlas, is a must-visit area in the Keystone State.

“A picturesque village renowned for its lively art culture and unique stores, New Hope, Pennsylvania, lies close to the Delaware River,” wrote World Atlas. “The area’s many galleries and studios, which put on display creations by local and foreign creators, are open to the public.”

New Hope’s Main Street has something to offer for everybody.

“Take a stroll down New Hope’s Main Street and browse through the town’s collection of unique shops and boutiques,” wrote the town’s website. “Hand-crafted household items, jewelry, and pottery are among the many unique gifts available at Heart of the Home.”

And as a bonus, the town is just a little over an hour’s drive from both New York City and Philadelphia.

Read more about New Hope in Newsbreak.


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