Reading is in Pennsylvania, the United States.
Reading is a very old and historic city in Pennsylvania. In the past, one of the largest railway networks in Japan (the Yomiuri Board's Reading Railway came from there) was emitted from Yomiuri City in all directions. The construction of this railway is thought to have been the only major factor in the development of Barks County. While reading has experienced economic difficulties, he is trying to revitalize the town, including the Sovereign Center, Sovereign Performance Arts Center, Mirror Center, and Reading Movie 11 including the Goggle Works Center Imax Theater. Today, reading is a city that beats industrial life. It also has the highest churches, hospitals, clubs, friendship associations, recreation centers, schools, universities, history societies, art institutions, daily newspapers, and other institutions that represent civilization. Reading argues that the symphony orchestra, two chorus groups, a collegiate panel, a citizen opera company, and many other outstanding musical groups have contributed to the city's prestige as the center of art and culture. Reading is not only a good place to visit, but also a good place to visit because it is close to other popular destinations. Reading is about an hour northwest from Philadelphia, two and a half hours southwest from New York City, three hours from Washington DC, 40 minutes from Amish State, and about an hour from Hersey and Doney Parks, where many tourists take a day trip. Also, from the beautiful shores of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, you have only about 2.5 to 3.5 hours of reading time.
The largest number of these trains is arriving from Philadelphia International Airport if the expressway is not available. Although the leading has its own regional airport, passenger service was suspended in 2004. The Rehai Valley International Airport (ABE IATA), the Harrisburg International Airport (MDT IATA) and the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL IATA) near Allentown are within suitable operating distances.
There is also a round-trip service with Philadelphia Airport.
Reading is provided by many major bus services, including beavers, greyhound and trail-ways. A long-distance bus arrives at the city bus terminal at 20:00 on the 3rd.
BARTA of the Burks Regional Reading and Transportation Bureau operates buses throughout the reading and Burks areas. The fare is $1.70 and the transfer is $25. The center of the local bus is 1 BARTA Transportation Center, 701 Franklin St.
Taxis are often available to enjoy reading 24 hours a day.
- Yellow Cab Reading: +1 610 374-5111
- Pick up a taxi: +1 610 478-1111
-  Pennsylvania Africa American Museum, 119 N 10th St, +1 610-371-8713 (October 10, 1997). The Old American Church (the sixth largest in the world) has a tunnel in which slaves before the war were killed and hidden from the subway.
- 2 Goggle Works Center (201 Washington St) ☏ +1 610-374-4600. It is a large art center built in a factory to make goggles during World War II. He often holds art exhibitions and has many art studios and classes. He also plays independent films in small theaters.
- 3 Read Open Museum 500 Rd +1 610-371-5850. Among the exhibits all over the world, there is a collection of modest things, especially the mummy. Planetarium and botanical gardens are also located on the site. Many brides in the area choose to take photos of their wedding ceremonies in the garden.
- Located just north of Reading in Hamburg, the Railway Heritage Museum offers views of the layout of model trains and various exhibits related to the history and preservation of the Reading Railway. It is open all-year on Saturdays and Sundays.
Many antique airplanes built before 1930, located at the foot of the Blue Mountain Range in Bessel, Pennsylvania and far away in Burks County, are still flying. At the museum, a biplaner vehicle and a flying circus air show are held several times a year.
Every September, the Lions Club holds an antique car show in Strastown. Directly from I-78.
On the top of the mountain, you can see several attractions overlooking the city. A restored pagoda and a trademark pagoda containing various works of art. This tower was originally intended for a high-class hotel. Unfortunately, when the application for a license for sake was rejected, high-class ryokan did not materialize, and they went to the local bank.
At West Reading across the river, there are many artistic scenes, and Pen Avenue has many independent cafés and shops.
The Imax Theater was incorporated into Reading. The R/C theater near the goggles is operating at 30 Street, North Street 2. It has a tall rocking chair, a Imax hall, an on line ticket, a game and party room, and a stadium seat that can park for three hours for free.
- Read pet expo. PA 19605, 12th Avenue, Reading. It's in Burks County. The Greater Reading area is a convenient place for easy access to the major roads I-78 and Rt. 222, Rt.422 and PA Turnpike - Connect quickly to Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore, and Allentown. The Greater Reading Expo Center is one of the largest private expo facilities on the East Coast, over 225,000 square meters. There are over 3,000 free stop parking spaces on the first floor. The show was brought to Pennsylvania as a versatile show that provides entertainment, education and opportunity for both ordinary people and pet lovers.
The area around Barks County has a beautiful reading and park system. They can visit and enjoy 13 parks, including the Grings Mill Recreation Area, the Union Canal Walking & Cycling Road, Car Creek Park, Antitam Lake and the Burks County Heritage Center. They provide recreation and education programs throughout the year. Whether to enjoy summer concerts in parks, festivals and historical programs. There's something for years!
Along with Santander Arena, there are several sports clubs that gather many sports events, including local hockey teams, IFL's indoor soccer teams, and Reading Express. In September 2001, he opened the door for the first time and started holding various events. Many famous artists including Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, Blue Man Group, Matchbox 20, American Idle Tour, Rod Stewart, Kid Rock, and Clay Akin were gathered. The Sovereign Performing Arts Center also hosts many travel programs, including the Nutcracker and the Reading Symphony Orchestra.
Since 1992, a book comedy store (skillfully named after the famous shopping center of leading) located in the lanes of high-star Bowling and Billiards has been offering service to the reading area.
Leading Phillies, a minor league affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, will play at First Energy Stadium. It is one of the oldest sports venues in the Minor League and is considered one of the best facilities in Japan.
Mid-Atlantic Air Museum: It actively supports the diverse collection of military and civil aircraft, as well as the restoration of the P-61 Black Window after World War II. Held annually in June, the "Weekend of World War II" is a travel collection of aircraft, weapons and vehicles during the war.
There are also many golf courses in reading areas. One particularly is the Reading Country Club. There are eighteen holes at the end of reading in the Exeter area. 61,612 yards, 71 parts challenging public courses. The course started in 1922, and in 1937, the master's champion, Byron Nelson, was a golf professional. Then in 1940, Henry Clay Po became a golf professional for a book country club. Many golf professionals chased them, but the two are easy to remember and have their own rooms in the club house, which is now a beautiful restaurant. Inside the club house, you can enjoy wonderful food in the grill room and porch. The grille room is a beautiful bar that gives you a casual 6TV atmosphere to watch the latest sports events and a drink after a round of golf or while waiting for a table. If you want a more romantic atmosphere, eat on the porch.
The Blue Mountain Northern Railway runs through Yomiuri Gekaku Station on Potsville Pike (Route 61) Bellevue Street.
Another good place for everyone to enjoy is Berkeley Lane. The 3190 Shilington Road at Seing Spring, Pennsylvania. Anyone can enjoy the Berkeley Lane, whether they want to play with their friends or family, or have a league, Glow Bowl, or birthday party. There are also a wide variety of food items, including arcade, billiards, bumper for children, and lounge. The High Star Lanes offers the same activity and comfort.
Every October, October is held near the historic Stoke Castle on Mt. Penn. The October Fest is worn by reading Leedel-Clantz. Festivals of culture, food, clothing, crafts, and dancing. 
Every March, the Burks Jazz Festival enters the city for 10 days and provides many people and visitors with music experiences. In the past, some people have famous names such as Chris Botty, Betty Carter, Dave Brebeck Quartet and Winton Marsalis.
Every summer, the Apple Dumpling Festival and the Competition are held at Willow Glen Park. Craft shows, in-house picnics, food, comfort, carnaval vehicles, and more. 
Every winter reading enjoys the Zingle Bergest. Light displays, holiday music, children's vehicles, holiday food. Similar to the Apple Dumpling Festival, it's held in Willow Glen Park.
The fall Willow Glen Park will hold a Shock Tover festival. There are four kinds of ghost attractions in the Pennsylvania Prime Minister's Park. Toxic refugees, biohazard halides, "SawKill," "the prison of the dead," and "Club Shock." According to the travel channel, it is "one of the most scary places in America."
Every spring, the festival is held at the River of Shylkill in Pennsylvania's more readable cherry blossoms. He introduced guided cyclists, Japanese movies and Dragon View. 
Another popular festival is the Kuttstown Folk Festival, about 15 miles northeast of Reading. The festival is very famous and visitors can concentrate on the culture of Pennsylvania and the Netherlands.
The Ole Valley Community Fair is a unique, old fashioned rural city. The year 2010 marks the 64th anniversary of the event. The fair promotes good friendly competition among friends and neighbors in the surrounding area. Every year, you can see different types of farms and different local products in your home.
The Duria Hill Clime is a two-year race that SCCA holds on the famous Skyline Drive of the Book Club. Since 1951, the event has passed through the Pagoda, focusing on a series of Chicans, including Reading Park.
Another great event in the area is the "Day to Read the Earth." Eco activities and presenters can be enjoyed on this day. There are also plenty of entertainment for children, delicious food and free activities.
Reading is called the world's exit, but the name is a vestige of the time when it was one of the few stores. The VF complex is still one of the greatest attractions of reading. Hundreds of people visiting the city buy dozens of discount stores every day. Another part of the history of reading is a shop called Boscoff. Reading is the home of Boskopf I. He has grown to 39 stores across the Mid-Atlantic region. Among the family-owned department store chains of Boskov, the United States, which had been sponsoring the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Parade prior to its bankruptcy in August 2008, Boskov rose again to rebuild the community-owned stores and assets of his family.
Shopping centers and malls
- Berkshire Mall is a medium distance and Boscoff and Sears are anchors. A few years ago, after a film of women falling into a spring, it became famous worldwide and the image of people falling in love with mobile phones became popular. There are small outdoor shopping centers and restaurants across the street. While Berkshire plays for the old interiors of the 1970s, the shops are generally kept up to date.
- The Fairground Square Mall was the second indoor mall in the Reading Room. The anchors include Boscoff, the Burlington Court, and movie theaters. The shopping mall closed its shop because of a leak in the ceiling.
In addition, there are many strip mall, and there is a real mall in the reading area. In the summer of 2009, the Exeter Commons Shopping Center, located in the eastern outskirts of Reading, opened to provide Lowe's, Target, Giant, Staples, Petco, Famos Shown, Five Geys, and Red Robin. The Wyoming store, which opened in 2007, has developed a slightly luxury store, including rack room shoes, justis, New York & Company, Loft, J.Jill, Cordowater Creek, Chico, and Jos. A. Bank, Yankee Candle, Gimbally. Open in Spring Town on the outskirts of Reading in 2000, there are many chain stores, including Target, Ulta, Dick, Marshall's, Famos Sheutors, Petco, Ross, Barnes and Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Chi's. Smoky bones. Some of the stores in the broadcasting area represent the only store in the reading market, such as Marshall's, Bedbath & Villon. The Berkshire Mall, which opened in the early 1970s, is a medium-sized mall with shops including Hollister, American Eagle, Wet Seal, Christopher Banks, Pacific Sunware, Bus and Body Works and Victoria's Secret. Along Bekku Pen Dori (US Route 422 Business), a Western book, there are a number of unique boutiques and restaurants, ranging from basic to urban chic. In particular, Bella Jules has beautiful products selected from famous designers and a prom dress for outstanding products. Western Reading Books also offers restaurants where you can walk along the sidewalk during the warm months.
- At the junction between Route 61 and I-78, Kevela, located in the north of Reading Book, in Hamburg, is a popular superstore offering shopping opportunities for large-scale aquariums, animal stands and outdoor fans. The business centers around Caberas have a variety of restaurants, steak houses, rose, wal-mart stores and small strip mall stores.
- Iron Horse Hobby House
Until the mid-1990s, reading was the home of Joe's restaurant, a servile-named Etheley owned by Joe Salnecchi. His passion for wine and mushroom delicacies became the culmination of the cookbook "Joe's Mushroom Cookbook" and changed the family business to a world-famous restaurant. After Joe died, his family moved to the Palmer House in Dayton, Oregon in 1996.
Reading brings back the scenery of a restaurant with many ethnic restaurants in the area.
- 1 Jimmy Kramer's Penats Bar, 332 Penn St, +1 610-376-8500☏ (3000). A place where local journalists and politicians often meet. The bar allows customers to drop peanut shells on the floor for about 100 years.
There are a number of other great options to eat.
- The Mexican restaurant in Mezcal is 150N. Located in Sixth Avenue, it offers delicious traditional Mexican food at an affordable price. We recommend that you reserve a night performance at the Sovereign Performing Arts Center.
- The Captains Cove Restaurant/Bar is in the Pen Hill at 2619 Hill Road. There are an outdoor and indoor seating area featuring pirates. There are also multiple bar areas inside and outside. 
- Stoke Castle is a gourmet offering. Among the architecture of the 13th century Scottish Castle, Andrea HEINLEY, a chef and staff at the Health Kitchen, is remarkable.
- One of the great choices is that Judy is in Cherry.
- For Vietnamese food, Hong Kong is a good choice. In the private sector, traditional dishes that are well-seasoned and have a pleasant atmosphere are served.
- an Asianand restaurant for Indian cooking
When Pen Street goes out of town under the name of Pen Abennews, there's no stop for eating.
- Fish! This is a wonderful seafood market and sushi bar for Western reading. eat and go out 619 Pena.
Sushi fans visit Tokyo Hibachi and Bar, where there are many Asian dishes to choose from. This shop makes everyone happy, including hibachi, sushi and Chinese food.
- Panda Heaven 350N. The Park Road in Wyoming is a great Japanese restaurant. The menu includes miso soup, chicken teriyaki and sushi tuna. Sushi restaurants, hibachi steak houses, conference rooms and so on are available, and you can take them out.
- For Mexican food in the suburbs, be sure to check out the local Alebrees. There are three shops, but the most popular one is the 4-chome highway.
- It works with 1109 Bern Road +1 610 375-2700. a traditional American dish The works have an arcade, miniature bowling alleys and real sports inside the shop.
- For Italian food, see the family owned G.N.A. The Ristorante Piceria and Toscani are offering a lot of delicious Italian food, a friendly atmosphere at home, and open for Burundi on Sunday.
- Aladdin is a great choice for those who are interested in Mediterranean cuisine.
- There are also many local customers who like them. It includes West Reading diners, Wyoming Family restaurants, Mount Pendiners, Exeter Family restaurants, and Queen City restaurants.
- Austin's Restran & Bar, 1101 Snyder Road, West Lawn, +1 610 678-5500.
- World-famous Pike Cafe 930 Pike Street (corner of Pike and Moss)610 373-6616 Street. The 930 Pike Street was initially a low home, after a small bakery and as a mom and pop-pretzel shop until it became famous as a Pike Cafe in the 1940s. From the 1940s to 1985, the pie was popular among local people from the corner bar of the reading city. In the 1980s, Pike Cafe became a 'place to exist'. In 1992, the supply of wings was started, which was the night of the original wings in Burks County. The Pike Cafe is known as one of the best restaurants in the local area for eating, drinking and enjoying.
- An Esposito restaurant and pizza, 1540 Friedensberg Road, +1 610 779-9333. An Esposito restaurant is also an Italian restaurant. eat or remove They offer complete bar services. Pizza, sandwiches, Italian food.
- Shell Fast Food Restaurant & Miniature Golf 4625 Temple (Reading North) 5th Street Hoi, ☏+1 610 929-9660. If you're looking for a quick, easy, delicious meal, ice cream and mini-golf, Shells will visit you. The shell is a casual meal, ideal for groups and children, and has outdoor seats. A mini golf course with 27 holes in a restaurant, a stand for dairy products.
There are small bars and pubs in every corner of the reading house. If you have a sense of adventure.
- Wine-down cafes and wine bars have a very relaxed atmosphere for wine lovers. Pen Abe in West Reading.
- 1 Canal Street Pub & Restran, 535 Canal Street, +1 610 376-4009 Billiards, darts, TV, and private party rooms.
-  Tamagori, Minami Yotsudori 30, ☏1 610 685-8511. You can enjoy parties and have a wide range of traditional dishes.
- 3 3rd & Spruce Cafe, 238S 3rd Ave (3rd & Spruce), ☏+1 610 376-5254. For more than 60 years, the bar and restaurant has become a local landmark. With its everyday groceries, you can get a casual atmosphere, and your kitchen is open seven days a week until late at night.
- Building 24 Kitchen & Bar, 1115 Bern Road, Wyomissing, +1 610 375-2700. The site of the renovation of this century-changing factory is a dining and entertainment spot. It features high-class cuisine, classical cocktails, excellent microbeers, a wide variety of wine menus, open air dining with a wide deck and a bar area. The 24 entertainment areas include state-of-the-art lights and sound systems, four bars, VIP sections, and regional and national entertainment.
- Brewer's Bar & Gril、101 South 3rd Avenue、West Reading、+1 610 375-8760.The Brewer's Bar & Grill is a Western book, a hop-in sports bar and restaurant.Brewer's deeply reminds me of the history of Reading Berle before and after the prohibition.These decades of monuments are hung on every wall.The Brewer's Bar & Gril, which used to be called the corner of Cary, has been a great place for completely refurbishing both inside and outside.
- The fifth street Hwy of Legends. The legend has been held 365 days a year. Their kitchen serves lunch and dinner until eleven o'clock. The bar is open until 2 a.m. every night. Prepare to see the bartender flip over the bottle, throw glasses, use a unicycle, and wear ridiculous costumes for holidays and special events.
- 1 Crowne Plaza Reading, 1741 Paper Mill Road, +1 610-376-3811. The hotel offers a suite of two Crown Club Towers rooms. The hotel also offers the area's largest heat pool and jacuzzi, Goodnight Lounge and Night Club in Córdoba, prime steak & wine restaurant, and 24 hours fitness center and sauna.
- [2 Inn at Reading Clarion 1040 N Park Road 1 610 372-7811].
- 3 Homewood Suites by Hilton 2801 Permille Road, 1 610 736-3100. Homewood Suites provide a free breakfast and drink area, fitness room and pool.
- 4 Candlewood Suites Reading, 55 S 3rd Ave, +1 610 898-1910 Candlewood Suite provides a 24 hour health fitness center and convenience store.
bed and breakfast
Reading provides very old fashioned beds and breakfast that are close to many of the attractions that you visit.
- 5 Outlook Mansion Bed & Brekfast 620 Center Ave +1 610-371-9173 .B&B is not only one of the most historic reading sites, but also a beautiful place that offers celebratory drinks and snacks throughout the day and can sit outside on warm days.
- 6 The Inn at Center Park 730 Center Ave +1 610-374-8557. It is a historic Victorian residence located in one of the oldest reading areas. Each room is decorated with a unique and beautiful decoration, and there are many activities in the hall every day.
keep ~ safe
The crime rate of reading has dropped, but it is much higher than the national average. Reading has experienced criminal gangs. In 2016, the crime rate of violence in the city exceeded the rate of crime of violence across the country by 71.17%, while the rate of crime of property in the city of Reading was 6.48% higher than that of the country.
- Kuttstown, 17 miles northeast, Kuttstown University's hometown, Kuttstown Folk Festival, Crystal Cave.
- third city in Pennsylvania, Allen Town, 30 miles northeast
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