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Wilmington Travel Guide

Wilmington has undergone a revitalisation in recent years, and though doing business is perhaps still the main attraction, it's definitely worth a visit. Visitors can stroll along a waterfront path leading to the Shipyard Shops, the rowing centre and various restaurants and museums.

The city comprises many distinct neighbourhoods, and for those seeking a less touristy experience, Trolley Square is an excellent option. It's full of sidewalk cafés, cosy bistros and lively pubs, including Kelly's Logan House, a local institution since 1864 and by far the best place to be on St Patrick's Day. Stately old homes and restored townhouses surround the area. Not far away is Little Italy, home to Mrs Robino's, one of the city's oldest and most popular spots for authentic Italian food. During the summer, the best way to cool off is with a treat from one of the historic community's countless Italian water ice stands.

For many visitors, the most appealing attractions lie just outside the city limits, in the beautiful Brandywine Valley. The area is a horticultural delight, with endless gardens and arboretums, as well as the 'American castles' of the du Pont family, including Winterthur and Nemours, magnificently preserved and packed with artwork and antiques.

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