The Little Town In Pennsylvania That Might Just Be The Most Unique Town In The World

Stroll along the quaint downtown streets of Lititz in Pennsylvania and you might just feel as though you’ve stepped right into an old-fashioned postcard. The quaint town of a little over 9,000 residents spans only 2.3 square miles and sits in Lancaster County, eight miles from Lancaster.

Founded in 1756, Lititz earned the title of Coolest Small Town in America in 2013, as awarded by Budget Travel, and was named a Distinctive Destination by the National Trust of Historic Preservation. But, to really appreciate and experience its uniqueness, you have to visit Lititz.

Lititz in Pennsylvania promises a charming experience, regardless of what time of the year you visit – as does Bristol, the oldest town in the state that everyone should definitely visit at least once.