Just Outside of Bucks County, These Destinations Have Been Listed as the Prettiest Towns in New Jersey

An aerial view of Princeton, New Jersey
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Towns like Frenchtown, Lambertville, and Princeton are considered must-stop locations in New Jersey.

Several towns just outside of the Bucks County area have been listed as some of the prettiest towns in New Jersey. Staff writers at World Atlas wrote about the nearby towns.

Just over the border from Uhlerstown, Frenchtown is widely regarded as a fun town with a plethora of fun shops and amazing dining establishments.

In a similar fashion, Lambertville, just across the Delaware River from New Hope, is considered an extension of the Pennsylvania town it neighbors. Full of arts, culture, and unique stores, a walk over the bridge gives visitors access to a one-of-a-kind community.

Princeton is just a short drive outside of Bucks County. With its deep roots in American history, the town offers a warm and inviting environment to residents and visitors. It also makes for a great college town, with the Ivy League’s Princeton University located there.

Other nearby towns included Cranbury and Clinton, both regarded as amazing places to visit and live in.

Learn more about these prettiest towns in New Jersey and others on the list at World Atlas.


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