Bounding with ethnic neighborhoods and trendy nightlife, Pittsburgh is a city with a diverse history. A stopping point for Irish and Eastern European immigrants in the late 19th century, Pittsburgh has brought together an American city rich in cultural assortments from around the world.
This second largest city in the state can be viewed in full from the top of Mount Washington, where you can glimpse the famed Andy Warhol Museum, Three Rivers Stadium and the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History all in one shot. Pittsburgh is home to Steelers football, Pirates baseball and Penguin hockey making it a city that never misses a game.
Several major colleges and universities are located in downtown Pittsburgh, including Carnegie Mellon University, making the city a student friendly place for shopping, dining and recreation.
Probably the most noted of all neighborhoods in the city, the Strip District is a reminder of the bygone era's mom and pop stores.
Pittsburgh is located in southwest part of Pennsylvania and is accessed by I-76/70 southeast/northwest, or I-79 running north/south.
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