Located in the heartland of the U.S.A. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is truly an
all-American city.

The charm of Pittsburgh lies in the friendliness of its people and the beauty of its landscape. It’s award-winning chefs, eclectic art museums, one-of-a-kind neighbourhoods and world-class attractions make it a great city to experience.
The Pittsburgh dining scene is incredibly diverse and creative with daring young chefs becoming the city’s newest superstars.Hundreds of dynamic restaurants prepare food to savour, with choices to suit any palate and price range. Locally grown,locally raised goods make farm-to-table naturally delicious.

Pittsburgh is considered one of the best arts and culture destinations in America, a testament to the city’s industrial heritage and its innovators (such as Andrew Carnegie and H.J. Heinz), whose fortunes created what remains today. Set in the heart of the city, downtown’s vibrant Cultural District is home to 10 theatres within a 14-block area. 

Among the city’s fine art galleries lies The Andy Warhol Museum, which celebrates the life and pop art of the Pittsburgh native. The Mattress Factory is hailed as one of the world’s best museums for installation art. Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History house two museums in one — with an outstanding collection of fine and decorative arts. And, under the same roof, the third-largest collection of authentic dinosaur bones in the world are on display.

From a lively sports district on the North Shore to the dazzlingly skyline view atop Mount Washington, to the restaurants and shops of the Strip District, Pittsburgh’s 90 neighbourhoods offer unique experiences in dining, shopping and entertainment. 
Six Super Bowl championship trophies, five baseball World Series titles and four Stanley Cup hockey championships make Pittsburgh the “City of Champions.” It is home to three professional teams – the football team Steelers, hockey team Penguins and baseball team the Pirates.