There’s a really good reason that Pittsburgh’s nickname is “The City of Bridges.”
The confluence of three rivers here – the Ohio, the Allegheny and the Monongahela – create a natural beauty from which the town and its many spans were built. Whether enjoying the view of this remarkable meeting point from one of the local major league sports complexes or one of the downtown high rises, expect to encounter a fun and energetic city with awesome food, drink, arts, music and much more.
Owning the distinction of Pennsylvania’s second-largest city, Pittsburgh has undergone a remarkable transformation in the last several decades from post-industrial underdog to one of America’s trendiest areas. The metro area is home to almost 2.5 million people and the allure of its beauty and culture makes it all the more attractive. Explore exciting neighborhoods like Downtown, the Strip District, Shadyside, Mount Washington, Squirrel Hill, South Shore, South Oakland, Allentown, Regent Square, Highland Park and Manchester.