New York & the Mid-Atlantic - Delaware (PDF Chapter)

New York & the Mid-Atlantic - Delaware (PDF Chapter)

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This is the Delaware chapter from Lonely Planet’s New York & the Mid-Atlantic guidebook.

Tiny Delaware, the nation’s second-smallest state, is overshadowed by its neighbors – and of-ten overlooked by visitors to the region. But long, white sandy beaches, cute colonial villages, a cozy countryside and small-town charm characterize the state that happily calls itself the ‘Small Wonder’.

  • dig into Du Pont family history on grand estates, and live large in vast scenic Brandywine Valley linking Delaware and Pennsylvania
  • maps
  • scan for birds, cycle the trails and take in the coastal views in Cape Henlopen State Park
  • transport
  • admire the fantastic collection in Wilmington’s Delaware Art Museum
  • restaurants & accommodation

Coverage includes: Delaware Coast, Wilmington, Brandywine Valley, New Castle, Dover.

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