Pittsburgh Vacation Packages


Pittsburgh Vacation Packages, Flight and Hotel Deals

👉Pittsburgh Vacation Packages


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Packages in Pittsburgh

Travelhoteltours has flight and lodging packages for you. If you would like to save money, then you should think about combining your flight and lodging bookings with us. While you are staying in Pittsburgh, spoil yourself with your extra money.
You will save up to $583 with a Pittsburgh deal.
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Pittsburgh Vacation Packages


This Southwest Pennsylvania location boasts a population of around 310,000 people.

Harrisburg, the state capital, is about 170 miles east of Pittsburgh, while Indianola is 11 miles to the northeast.
Take the kids to blow off some steam at the Duquesne Incline and the Monongahela Incline. Kennywood and Wildwood Highlands are also worth visiting if you want to keep the good times coming.

Your kids could spend countless hours walking around and looking over the wide range of creatures at National Aviary and the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.

To learn the secrets behind wine producing, set out to visit one of the area's famed vineyards. The La Casa Narcisi Winery, the Wooden Door Winery and the Washington Winery are just a few great options. If you're not sure where to go, why not tick off all three?

Sit back with some drinks, spin the roulette wheel or simply take in the bright lights at the Rivers Casino.

Featuring well looked after displays and an array of native and exotic plants, Phipps Conservatory and the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden should be on the itinerary of any visiting green thumbs.

Pack some lunch and relax for while in the leafy, green surroundings of Schenley Park and Point State Park. Round Hill Park and Canonsburg Town Park are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day and finally read that neglected book of yours.

Leave your phone in the car and take a break from the noise of the modern world at Moon Park and Montour Trail. Nature-loving tourists will also enjoy Three Rivers Heritage Trail and Presque Isle State Park.

The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of interesting stories and quirky facts. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Carnegie Science Center and the Andy Warhol Museum. The Carnegie Museum of Art and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History are also worth looking at.
Examine the latest gadgets and learn about scientific discoveries at Woodville Plantation.

Lovingly plucked from the natural world, these fascinating specimens at the Carnegie Museum and Library and the Center for PostNatural History are full of surprises.

A haven for art lovers, this area houses various spaces in which artists and designers display their work. Start your tour of this creative destination by stopping in at the Mattress Factory and the Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History. If you can fit them in, the Contemporary Craft and the James Gallery are also well worth your time.

History comes to life at the Senator John Heinz Regional History Centre and the Leechburg Area Museum and Historical Society thanks to their wide array of fascinating exhibits. The Frick Art and Historical Center and the Fort Pitt Museum are also worthwhile choices.

Clayton and Allegheny County Courthouse are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. More tales from a bygone era are waiting for you at Roberto Clemente Bridge and the USS Requin.

Take a moment to watch the water ebb and flow past Andy Warhol Bridge. This age-old structure has played a vital role in connecting the city's inhabitants.

Learn a little about the region's spiritual side and take in the serene atmosphere at Cathedral of Learning and Heinz Memorial Chapel. St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Parish and St. Anthony's Chapel are two more popular sacred sites.
Once you've seen all the star attractions in Pittsburgh, take the time to see a few of its lesser-known sights. Two great options to start off with are the Benedum Center and the Heinz Hall. Also, think about visiting the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh if you have the time.


Accommodation in Pittsburgh


You'll have no problems sourcing the ideal lodging in Pittsburgh. Travelhoteltours's hotels page contains 53 different options in this highly popular destination.

Beginning with the more exclusive end of the range, you can book a few nights at the Fairmont Pittsburgh, at 510 Market Street, or the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel, at 107 6th St. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you might want to consider staying at the Quality Inn University Center, at 3401 Blvd Of The Allies, or the Days Inn Pittsburgh PA, at 1150 Banksville Rd.