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VAMONDE Pittsburgh

A Guide to Pittsburgh's Coolest Neighborhoods

Pittsburgh is celebrating a revival. Its remarkable terrain through historical architecture, European-style piazzas, and landscape vistas at the confluence of three rivers make this urban scene a local's pride and a traveler’s dream. Best of all, this city is largely undiscovered on the tourist circuit. Image credit: Bruce Emmerling via Pixabay.

  • 1.

    The Golden Triangle

    The Golden Triangle

    Named for its many trees, locals call downtown The Golden Triangle. Explore its story for free.

  • 2.

    Mt. Washington

    Mt. Washington

    Known for its views and the two incline cable car tracks, Mt. Washington is a necessary sight.

  • 3.

    Oakland

    Oakland

    Oakland is the cultural heartbeat of Pittsburgh, with its charming blend of mansions and grit.

  • 4.

    Polish Hill

    Polish Hill

    Polish Hill is a jungle gym of staircases weaving their way through hills, cultures, and centuries.

  • 5.

    Southside Flats

    Southside Flats

    Take a walk through Southside Flats to explore its European heritage and its very American nightlife.

  • 6.

    Squirrel Hill

    Squirrel Hill

    Squirrel Hill borders the cities two largest parks, and celebrates its Jewish heritage.

  • 7.

    Strip District

    Strip District

    The Strip District has witnessed epic evolution over the past century of social and cultural change.

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