A travel guide to Delaware, United States of America providing Delaware tourism and travel information.
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Delaware, America's First State, is famous for its rich history and fantastic entertainment options for the whole family, as well as numerous scenic landscapes connected by a system of scenic byways. These breathtaking lands offer fabulous bird watching, fishing, camping, hiking, biking and boating. The charming cities provide historical sites, cultural attractions and diverse public festivals and celebrations. Delaware is divided into three regions where travellers can experience a variety of attractions suitable for any interest. Delaware travel guide is the place where you can explore what Delaware tourism has to offer to the visitors.

Northern Delaware offers exciting excursions through the architecturally astounding du Pont properties, followed by a visit to Wilmington and its vibrant nightlife including theater groups and dance companies. Central Delaware beckons with the city of Dover, the state capitol, home to the famous Dover Downs casino complex and its slots, horseracing and nationally recognized entertainment acts. Other than the casino action, the area features several historical sites of interest. In Southern Delaware, wander through charming small villages and explore the enchanting waterways toward the coast. The seaside atmosphere boasts interesting sightseeing, world-class golf options, destination spas and unbelievable antique shopping, all tax-free.

Delaware is well-known for its scenic byways, a network of public roadways connecting beautifully maintained scenic areas and incredible landscapes. For an unforgettable vacation experience, take a journey through the hills of the dignified Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway. The byway meanders through an unbeatable concentration of historic sites, splendid estates, stunning gardens and grand museums. The DuPont Theatre is one of the major highlights of this tour. Located in Wilmington, the DuPont Theatre is the oldest theater in the country, and features national productions of Broadway shows. The theater is inside the Hotel du Pont, and is known to residents of New England as "Delaware's Broadway Experience". The theater hosts a six show Broadway Series and entertains the whole family with its acclaimed Children's Series.

On Delaware's east coast, visit Rehoboth Beach for a charming seaside atmosphere and fun for the whole family including a mile-long Boardwalk and well-maintained beaches and clean water. The city is known for combining old-fashioned charm with modern facilities. The Boardwalk entertainment area features mini golf, arcades, and live music performances. Funland, a family amusement center on the boardwalk, offers rides, games, and an arcade. The downtown area is home to hundreds of unique boutiques, eclectic galleries and world-class spa options. Rehoboth Beach has a great location, just two hours from Washington D.C., Baltimore or Philadelphia, making it a perfect jumping-off point for day trips into the surrounding areas. 

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