Road trip time! Discover Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania by Car, Bike or Foot View All ItinerariesJust 60 minutes north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes west of New York City, Lehigh Valley is a much-needed escape for city dwellers looking for a relaxing getaway. Lehigh Valley is home to must-see attractions, thrilling outdoor recreation and breathtaking historical sites – all within the rolling countryside of Pennsylvania. Day 1 Are you a history buff looking for hidden, local gems? Nominated to the U.S. Tentative List for World Heritage Designation, Historic Bethlehem M Schlicher Covered Bridge in Lehigh Valley by @jeanniepop on Instagram. useums & Sites welcomes visitors to enjoy a self-guided tour of the city’s 19 historic buildings, 20 acres of land and two National Historic Landmarks. Then, explore more Lehigh Valley history from the comfort of your car. The drivable Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour is approximately 50 miles long and allows visitors to discover the region’s seven covered bridges originally built in the 1800s. Before returning to Bethlehem, take the afternoon to sample award-winning wines at Vynecrest Vineyard Winery, Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery or Franklin Hill Vineyards, and try the region’s signature Chambourcin, which helped Lehigh Valley earn American Viticultural Area distinction. To unwind for the evening, enjoy local eats and libations at Bethlehem Brew Works and Social Still before cozying up for the night at Historic Hotel Bethlehem. Named one of the “Best Historic Hotels” by USA Today 10Best, Hotel Bethlehem is known for their world-class service, elegantly appointed lobby, award-winning cuisine and knack for attracting star-studded guests – which have included John F. Kennedy, Thomas Edison, Bill Clinton, Dalai Lama, Shirley Temple and many more over the years. Day 2 It’s time to hit the trails! Lehigh Valley is an outdoor adventure lover’s dream playground with endless trail options. A favorite for local bikers and hikers, the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor spans 165 miles and tells stories of railroads, canals, rivers and trails. For more adventure, enjoy THE LINK Network of Lehigh Valley, an interconnected system of 125 miles of multi-use trails. If you’re looking for mountain top views and birdwatching, experience Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, which also has a new accessible trail to the South Lookout to ensure access for all. After a full day in the great outdoors, enjoy locally grown ingredients and exceptional flavor profiles at Two Rivers Brewing Company and Weyerbacher Brewing Company in Easton. Then savor Lehigh Valley’s foodie scene at Easton Public Market and Sette Luna before calling it a night at the beautiful Grand Eastonian Hotel & Suites or charming Lafayette Inn. Are you looking for even more Lehigh Valley experiences? Visit DiscoverLehighValley.com for more things to do and follow @LehighValleyPa on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.