With charm to spare, West Chester’s low-key buzz delights visitors with its array of restaurants, funky shops and walkable downtown. Home to a large university, this county seat’s downtown, located less than an hour from Center City, Philadelphia, exudes both a youthful vibrancy and casual chic.
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