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With the smog of its steely industrial past long since faded, Pittsburgh is now a cosmopolitan city of culture, sport, and educational prowess. Idyllic green spaces, quiet leafy neighborhoods, historical gems, and soaring modern marvels create an attractive backdrop for its lures. Among them, an eclectic dining scene, buzzing nightlife, and a top notch array of museums and galleries. A university epicenter, Pittsburgh’s spirited student population brings a hip vibe to town, adding fuel to its simmering events and festival calendar.

Things to see

Sitting on the banks of the Ohio River, 65,000-seater Heinz Field is a mecca for football fans. Home to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the stadium’s Great Hall houses a memorabilia packed museum dedicated to the football team’s history. If baseball is more your thing, take a seat at PNC Park, territory of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The ground serves traditional tasty baseball fare, along with busy views of Downtown Pittsburgh. If that hasn’t sated your appetite for sport, see what’s on at the Consol Energy Center. Along with basketball and ice hockey, the arena also hosts world class entertainment, from family shows to the biggest stars in music. Station Square is set within the antiquated shell of Pittsburgh’s old train station. Now renovated, the building’s interiors house a glossy collection of tempting shops and tantalizing restaurants. Come evening, the busy hive of leisure and pleasure comes to life with its illuminated, choreographed waterfalls and evening buzz.

Hotels in Pittsburgh

From homely guesthouses to gleaming high rise accommodation, there’s a hotel in Pittsburgh for every city breaker and their budget. Whether you’re about twinkling chandeliers and tinkering ivories, or sleek style and sophistication, the city’s luxury digs come in classic or contemporary style. Expect pampering service, sumptuous suites and stunning views of the city. Familiar chain hotels make up much of the mid-range choice, the larger digs coming kitted out with business centers, swimming pools, and gymnasiums. If you’re looking for a cheaper stay, budget hotels and motels are plentiful, if not a little out of the way in some cases.

Where to stay

A cluster of sheeny skyscrapers huddled between the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, a hotel in Pittsburgh’s Downtown puts you at the beating heart of the city. A blend of the old and new, the core is studded with restaurants, shops and high brow treats, many of which are centered on Penn Avenue in the culture district. Home to the Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, Oakland buzzes with its lively student population. Minutes from downtown, it’s another of Pittsburgh’s cultural epicenters. Along with the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, you’ll find book shops, quirky boutiques, cheap eats, and Hipster bars aplenty.

How to get to Pittsburgh

If you’re flying in, Pittsburgh International Airport will be your first port of call. Serving most major destinations in the United States, it shouldn’t be difficult making a connecting flight should you need one. Once you’ve touched down it’s just a 20 mile journey into the downtown buzz. The Route 28X bus runs between the airport, Downtown and Oakland for a small fare, whilst taxis are more convenient but more expensive option. The city is also reachable via the Greyhound bus line and the Amtrak train. Both make stops in Pittsburgh’s downtown district. For those driving in, the city is served by Interstates 70, 76 and 79.

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