Tour Pittsburgh: Food And Fun

Pennsylvania sightseeing tour guide:

Pittsburgh has shed its gritty steel mill persona. It's a place to have fun and enjoy taste-tempting food. Visit the best foodie spots, natural attractions, cultural centers, historical sites, and water and sports fun.

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Tour Pittsburgh and see why it was voted Zagat’s top food city of 2015. This tour will show you where to find some of Pittsburgh’s best food in an innovative cuisine incubator. It will take you to natural attractions such as Phipps Conservatory and National Aviary, cultural centers like Andy Warhol Museum and Carnegie Museums, historical sites like Fort Pitt Blockhouse, as well as water and sports fun. Visit Wigle Distillery where history combines with Pittsburgh’s first bourbon.

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  • City of Bridges and More
  • Downtown
  • The Strip
  • Southside
  • Oakland
  • Northside
Transportation Walking & Driving
Specialty City/Town, Food & Wine
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  • Most of Pittsburgh is very walkable and traffic is heavy so parking in a long-term spot and walking makes sense. Downtown is the highest priced area so parking near The Strip or across the bridges is cheaper but involves a longer walk. Shop around. Prices daily (9 to 5) ranged from $9 between Strip and Downtown to $29 heart of Downtown.
  • Booking a hotel with free parking is a smart idea. There is good public transportation providing bus, light rail, incline and para-transit service in Pittsburgh. It's free in the downtown area from 4am to 7pm and always on the Light Rail System between Downtown and Northshore. Other fares are based on a zone system.
  • There are visitor centers in most sections of the city and one at the airport in the lower level near baggage claim. If flying in, it's a good idea to stop here and get latest information on what is happening in the city.
  • Bring good walking shoes and be sure to pack rain gear.
  • Pittsburgh is a pretty safe city but be careful in areas of Northside, Downtown, Lincoln-Lemmington and the Hill District after dark or if traveling alone.

Kathleen Walls

Kathleen is the author of several books, including the "Wild About Florida" series. She is also a speaker who has appeared on several television shows, and the publisher of


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"Even though I am a local, I thoroughly enjoyed visiting and learning more about the history of the landmarks. The author's interest in the area comes through in his engaging style of writing. Being able to complete the tour at my own pace made it even
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