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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

the steel city

Visit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Steel city is home to a whopping 445 bridges. Pittsburgh sits between the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River running through, so getting out onto the water is a must-see when you visit! Famed for its steel production, Pittsburgh is also where you will find the Heinz Company and was once home to celebrated artist, Andy Warhol. 

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Visit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Steel city is home to a whopping 445 bridges. Pittsburgh sits between the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River running through, so getting out onto the water is a must-see when you visit! Famed for its steel production, Pittsburgh is also where you will find the Heinz Company and was once home to celebrated artist, Andy Warhol. 

Where is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?

Pittsburgh is 4 hours drive from Washington DC, under 4 hours to Niagara Falls, 5 hours 15 mins to Philadelphia and just under 3 hours to Columbus, Ohio. 

British Airways are the only carrier to offers a direct flight from London to Pittsburgh all year round, so getting there has never been easier! Flying from London to Pittsburgh takes 8 hours and 15 minutes and with British Airways you can travel in their World Traveller, World Traveller Plus or Club World cabins.

What to do in Pittsburgh, PA?

Kayaking the Allegheny River is a great way to take in Pittsburgh’s impressive skyline, and to get a glimpse of some of those bridges of course. 

In downtown Pittsburgh, you will reach Market Square, a colourful space which buzzes with life, surrounded by shops and restaurants. 

Get up and close to birds in the immersive habitats in the National Avery. 

Just outside of Pittsburgh in the Laurel Highlands you can visit Fallingwater, the home build by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. You can experience the interesting architecture. You mustn’t forget to visit the Andy Warhol Museum, home to the largest collection of Warhol art in the world, right here in his hometown.

How to get around Pittsburgh?

Pittsburgh is a pretty big city. There are over 90 neighbourhoods for you to explore, with many ways to get around. Bike tours, trolley tours and boat tours are some of the best ways to view the city, as well as Segway-ing around!

What to eat in Pittsburgh?

Now that Pittsburgh is officially a “food city” there are a few dishes you’re going to need to taste upon your visit! A salad here beats any you will have at home. Pimped up with fries and other deep-fried goodness (and likely some Heinz Tomato Ketchup!) These aren’t as healthy as could be, but delicious all the same! Coconut Pie, Pierogies, Raw Pizza, (Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it!) and the Pitts-burger are amongst popular favourites around the city.  

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