Located in Pennsylvania’s southeastern corner, Lancaster County is known as Amish Country. A land of rolling hills and fertile farmland where thousands of the USA’s Amish population follow a ‘plain’ lifestyle. Visitors can take a tour on traditional horse and buggy or shop for handcrafted Amish quilts at farmers’ markets. Visitors will also find plenty of charming covered bridges, the highest concentration in the state, dotted around Lancaster County alongside historic sites like Ephrata Cloister, a national historic landmark dating back to 1732. For a more urban experience, the county seat Lancaster is home to art galleries and museums, upscale restaurants and boutiques.