Since Pittsburgh was named one of the top ten best all-American vacation destinations in 2014 by the Travel Channel and we’ve already listed all the great attractions this city has to offer in our June blog, we thought we would do this blog on all the unique and fun ways you can tour this great city of ours.
Whether you are a water lover, landlubber or height seeker, check out all the following ways to get around. Then choose your favorite transportation or tour in Pittsburgh and set off on your destination.
Covering it all – from sightseeing cruises to dinner cruises and special events, the Gateway Clipper Fleet is also a great place to host your birthday party.
USA Today voted the Duquesne Incline as one of the top 10 places to view a city scape and they are open 365 days a year.
The Monongahela Incline is the oldest continuously operating funicular railway in the U.S. and is also open year round.
Whether you want a land or water adventure or both, their converted WWII military vehicles makes any tour unique.
You can take a tour around Station Square or Downtown but nothing beats a romantic moonlight river ride by Horse & Carriage.
Take a sightseeing tour in one of Molly’s Trolleys charming vehicles and you’ll think you are back in the 1920's with air conditioning.
Join Segway in Paradise and glide around the city with the unbelievable technology of the Segway Human Transporter.
Hop on a humorous and historic tour of Pittsburgh on the red double decker tour buses from London and hop off where ever you want.
The Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square is the only hotel on the city’s riverfront and in the Station Square unique complex of entertainment and fun. If you’re planning a visit to this 2014 top ten all-American vacation destination check out our offers on our website to add extra benefits and savings to your stay and don't forget to book your transportation and tours in Pittsburgh today.