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Pittsburgh Vacations

Cement walls rise up, encircling you in the long, stout gray tube of the Fort Pitt Tunnel. There’s light at the end of it, light that draws steadily nearer as you accelerate slightly. The tunnel abruptly opens, revealing the towering skyscrapers and swift-moving life of a busy metropolis. It’s rather like being reborn, or emerging from darkness into a world filled with light. Congratulations, traveler: You purchased a vacation package in Pittsburgh, PA and you’ve finally arrived.

Of course, the Fort Pitt Tunnel isn’t the only way to get into the city, though it may be among the most memorable. It also provides a striking introduction to this Pennsylvanian gem, and a visual image that will stick with you long after your getaway has ended. So ready your camera and your sense of wonder—Travelocity’s vacations in Pittsburgh will require both.

Pittsburgh Vacations

The name “Pittsburgh” is entwined with that of Carnegie, and for good reason. The famed industrialist and later philanthropist established the Carnegie Steel Company right here in Pittsburgh, earning it the nickname of “Steel City.” Carnegie later sold his firm, and used the proceeds from its sale to form museums and performance venues across the Eastern Seaboard. Among these jewels are the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, four establishments that you absolutely must explore upon arriving in the city. Take in artistic genius at the Andy Warhol Museum, then broaden your creative horizons at the Carnegie Museum of Art. There’s also the Museum of Natural History and the Carnegie Science Center just waiting for you to set foot in them.

Yes, this is a city of steel and cement, but tucked amid the magnificent skyscrapers and thoroughfares are gardens and quiet green spaces that are perfect for a day of reflection. One such space is the Phipps Conservatory, a sprawling sanctuary in Schenley Park. Since its founding at the end of the 19th century, its rooms and gardens have provided both education and places of great beauty for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.

Book Vacation Packages in Pittsburgh

A large city like Pittsburgh has any number of accommodations in which to take up residence, but we’ve curated some favorites we’d like to suggest:

  • Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown: Enjoy a city adventure from the heart of the downtown area. The 3 Rivers Restaurant and Lounge serves up delicious fare after a day spent prowling “Steel City,” and the indoor pool and hot tub allow you to energize or unwind no matter what type of weather is on outside.
  • Omni William Penn Hotel: Relax in a variety of rooms, each uniquely tailored to evoke both comfort and luxury. Rest up in well-appointed accommodations ranging from single rooms to sprawling suites, and enjoy your meals in one of the many restaurants located inside.
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown: A delicious meal at Chef Anthony Zallo’s Bigelow Grille will set an excellent tone for the rest of your day. Should you want to take some air after a day of adventuring, wander over to nearby Mellon Green or Crosstown Park.
  • Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square: Perched right on the riverfront, the Sheraton is the perfect home base for your Steel City exploration. Let the city lights blink on around you as you relax in the Club Lounge, or get your heart rate up at the fitness center.

Things to Do in Pittsburgh

A cheap vacation in Pittsburgh leaves you with plenty of funding to spend on seeing the city and its surrounding area. Learn more about the city and its centuries-long history at the Senator John Heinz History Center, then leap into the heart of downtown at Market Square. Here’s where you’ll find some of the best restaurants and bars in the city, along with countless cafes. Searching for solitude? Take a seat—you’ll find plenty of tables—and watch the city’s people throng around you. From there, explore the rest of downtown and seek out souvenirs from boutiques, flagship stores, and vendors.

Trust Travelocity to help you secure the best Pittsburgh package deals without putting a terrible strain on your finances. For years, we’ve connected travelers like you with the getaway they’ve been searching for.

How much are vacation packages to Pittsburgh?

With a Travelocity vacation package, you could live it up in Pittsburgh for as low as . Hotels, adventures and flights — we have everything you need. You're bound to save loads just for bundling together your bookings. With all of that taken care of before you leave, you don't have to worry about a thing.

How long should my Pittsburgh vacation be?

Typically, 2 nights is what many travelers book for their Pittsburgh trip. That's a good guide, but there's plenty more to uncover if you allow yourself a few extra days.

Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Pittsburgh?

Travelocity can help you lock in a great Pittsburgh package deal. With as many as 400 air carriers and 665,000 properties around the world, we're sure you'll find the perfect mix.

Why should I book my vacation bundle via Travelocity?

From our 24/7 customer support to our range of amazing destinations, we're dedicated to fulfilling your vacation dreams. All you'll have to do is click and book — our Price Match Guarantee will make sure you get the lowest price.

Can I save on my car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?

Sure can — bundle your hotel, car and flight into a Pittsburgh vacation package and you can save a handsome sum. With so many things to do in and around Pittsburgh, that rental car will make exploring a breeze. Once you've buckled up, hit the wide open road and head toward Geneva State Park, a renowned attraction about 112 miles from Pittsburgh.

What is the best time of year to go to Pittsburgh?

If you prefer to wander wisely, November is a terrific time to do it. That's when you'll find hotel rates tumble. By way of comparison, prices soar in October. July, June, May are the most popular times to stay in Pittsburgh, so expect snaking queues for major attractions. Hoping to avoid peak season? You'll find smaller crowds in October, December, November.

Which airport is best for Pittsburgh?

It's highly likely you'll arrive at Pittsburgh, PA (PIT-Pittsburgh Intl.), located 12 miles west of inner Pittsburgh. Morgantown, WV (MGW-Morgantown Municipal) (56 miles away from central Pittsburgh) and Johnstown, PA (JST-John Murtha Johnstown - Cambria County) (62 miles away from central Pittsburgh) are other choices.

What is there to do in Pittsburgh?

You'll sense a particular magic in the air as you stroll through the streets of Pittsburgh. Heinz Field and University of Pittsburgh are just a couple of attractions that make this city so special, so put them on your list of places to see.

Where should I stay when visiting Pittsburgh?

You'll often hear visitors recommending Downtown Pittsburgh. If you choose to start your Pittsburgh adventures here, check out the rates and amenities at the Omni William Penn Hotel (4.0 stars) and the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown (3.5 stars). Another excellent neighborhood to stay in is Coraopolis. Sought-after hotels here include the La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Pittsburgh Airport (2.5 stars) and the Days Inn by Wyndham Pittsburgh Airport (2.0 stars).



Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Pittsburgh? Check out our Pittsburgh travel guide!

Top Pittsburgh Hotels Deals

$74
Pittsburgh Plaza Hotel

Pittsburgh Plaza Hotel

3.5 out of 5.0 401 Holiday Dr, Pittsburgh, PA
3.7/5
(51 Reviews)
This hotel features a fitness center and a seasonal outdoor pool. Traveling for business? Take advantage of the free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and conference center. Relax with a drink at the bar/lounge and enjoy perks like free self parking.
$98
Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh Greentree

Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh Greentree

3.5 out of 5.0 500 Mansfield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
3.6/5
(15 Reviews)
This hotel features a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a bar/lounge. Traveling on business? Take advantage of the 24-hour business center, free WiFi in public areas, and free airport shuttle. Enjoy the indoor pool and perks like free self parking.
$119
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown

3.5 out of 5.0 600 Commonwealth Pl, Pittsburgh, PA
3.5/5
(55 Reviews)
The hotel's indoor pool, fitness center, and 2 bars/lounges are among the featured amenities. Traveling on business? Take advantage of the 35 conference rooms, business center, and valet parking. Enjoy a meal from the restaurant and perks like free WiFi.

Things to do in Pittsburgh

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