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Home to 446 bridges (more than any other city in the world), Pittsburgh spans three rivers and a handful of steep hills, which, in tandem, make for plenty of epic views of the metropolitan skyline. One of the most iconic views is actually found from behind home plate in PNC Park at sunset, as the majestic Roberto Clemente bridge stretches across the river into a glowing cluster of skyscrapers. Though any local would tell you that there is no better place to be than Heinz Field on a Sunday afternoon, during football season. While “Steel City” loves to wave its ‘Terrible Towels,’ if you aren’t the biggest sports fan, fear not.
Pittsburgh also boasts some amazing museums - including everything from The Carnegie Museum of Natural History to the Andy Warhol Museum. Stroll through the University of Pittsburgh’s campus and peer up at the immaculate Cathedral of Learning, or go for a run through Schenley Park, a lush green space full of locals and tourists in the summer. Once you’ve got your exercise out of the way, go try a Primanti Bros. sandwich packed full of deli meat, coleslaw and french fries. While the winters in Pittsburgh can be a bit chilly, there are still tons of things to do - go check out the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium or duck into a comedy show. Whatever you do, make sure that you take the tram up one of the inclines on Mount Washington to reflect on, absorb and enjoy everything Pittsburgh has to offer.