Travel to Pittsburgh Tips by:Teeny Ingberg
Pittsburgh of Pennsylvania has more sights for tourists and natives than most other cities
. It is one of the oldest cities in the country, and has many historical monuments and stories about it past. People from all over the world will travel to this part of the country to look at many historical and interesting attractions. From the famous three rivers to the museums and zoo, you will experience more than thought possible. The city of champions is full of eye beautiful sceneries.
There are many ways for transportation that you can take to the city, whether by the air or roads. If you are taking the roads or highways, like Pennsylvania Turnpike I-76, I-376, and I-279 to travel to the city with different directions. If you will be flying, there are Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport can help you arrive and depart by the air. Public transportations like the bus and others are always available for you. There are over 2000 bridges in the Pittsburgh, if you like to sightseeing, they are perfect for you to travel.
A great way to begin your sightseeing tour is on The Gateway Clipper, where you can take a public cruise of the rivers. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to experience the landscapes of the city. These include the rivers themselves, the famous Heinz Field and PNC Park, and the beautiful fountain at Point State park. There are many more tips for travel at http://www.fidetips.com/travel
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After the river tour, a great way to view the city is to take the Duquesne Incline, which is the cable cars, to the top of Mount Washington. Mount Washington provides a captivating view of the city. It is great for a family outing or for a romantic end to a night on the town.
If you are still looking for more sightseeing attractions in Pittsburgh, please remember that many museums and the zoos. Be sure to check out the Carnegie Science Center and The Andy Warhol museums. For animal lovers, you show check out the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG aquarium, there are many flying, sea, and land flying wild animals for you to look at. If you plan your trip well before visiting Pittsburg, there are numerous places for you to visit and the trip will be a wonderful one.
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Teeny is a writer for finance, computer, travel, cars, shopping and other subjects for many years, please visit http://www.fidetips.com/travel
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