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The Cleveland bike routes traverse the city and its suburbs so familiarity with urban riding on city streets or bike paths is an added advantage. One of the most popular bike routes in Cleveland takes you to Lake Erie; en route Lake Erie one can come across the most interesting cultural, historic and scenic interests of Cleveland.
Expansive hills make up the landscape in western Pennsylvania but favorably a major part of bike route is on rural roads and highways with fairly low-level traffic. This makes riding a bike in Pittsburg truly an adventure. One of the most popular bike routes is across the waters of Ohio where cyclists get a splendid view of Point State Park, the tip of Pittsburgh's "Golden Triangle" which is also the joining point of the rivers Allegheny and Monongahela. Pittsburgh bike routes are predominantly marked with Underground Railroad sites, historic markers and museums.
Google suggests three bike routes to travel Cleveland to Pittsburgh; via PA-51 S (144.5 mi) - 12.37 hours, via US-422 E (150.8 mi) - 14.02 hours and via OH-88 E (152.8 mi) - 14.14 hours.
The biggest and the busiest airport in the state of Ohio is the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). The airport is located nine miles from central Cleveland in Cuyahoga County and is known for offering first-class airport experience with its topnotch services like welcome center, information desk, courtesy phones, currency exchange, ATMs and recreation facilities like shopping, dining, lounges, plug-in work stations, artwork & exhibits and it also offers Healthy CLE, an airport initiative to help its staff and passengers make healthy lifestyle choices from food to exercise.
Although the road journey from Cleveland to Pittsburgh takes a little over 2 hours, there are no direct flights from CLE to PIT. Airlines like American, United, Delta and Southwest operate flights from CLE to PIT with stopovers at Chicago or Boston for single stop flights or at Chicago and Washington, D.C. or Detroit for double stop flights. The flight tickets cost from $451 and the journey varies between 3.34 to 12.46 hours depending on the layover time.
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is located in a suburban area that is 20 miles west of Pittsburgh downtown. PIT is predominantly a passenger airport serving Southwestern Pennsylvania and also operates flights to Canada, Mexico, Europe & the Caribbean. PIT serves over 8 million passengers per annum; it is the second busiest passenger airport in Pennsylvania and is ranked 47th busiest in the US. Along with high-speed free Wi-Fi access and other facilities like information desks, courtesy phones and special facilities for the physically impaired, the airport showcases a plethora of art collections throughout the airport.
Attractions in Cleveland
Cleveland is a perfect amalgamation of the food, fun, history, landmarks, events, art and everything else that sums up to be an appropriate representation of Northeast Ohio. The city’s myriad art museums and diverse cultural attractions showcase Cleveland’s commitment in promoting the region’s arts and heritage. The city is also home to an abundance of family fun attractions; it will cost you several trips to experience all of it, so you are encouraged to research Top-Rated Cleveland attractions beforehand to maximize your enjoyment. Rest assured you'll have fun exploring Cleveland attractions.
Must Visit Attractions in Pittsburgh
In 1758, Pittsburgh was christened by a Scottish British general, General John Forbes and thus the unique name that ends with an ‘’h’’ like Edinburgh of Scotland.
Visitors hunting for visual and performing arts are bound to get overwhelmed by Pittsburgh’s choices in galleries, theaters, public art installations and museums. Pittsburgh is the perfect place to step back into the past by visiting the region's varied history museums and to chill out at the Rivers Casino strategically located on the North Shore along Ohio River.
Pittsburgh's winter months invite visitors for outdoor adventures like skiing and snowboarding. Spring displays scenic landscapes and summer brings in whitewater rafting, sailing, hiking and many more exciting activities. Visitors get to walk, kayak, bike and hike through the beautiful Countryside of Pittsburgh. For a unique experience, indulge in wine tasting or take part in a unique country festival and experience the true spirit of Pittsburgh’s Countryside. Tailor your very own retreat by checking out this list of Things to do in Pittsburgh.