Roberto Clemente Bridge (Sixth Street Bridge), Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh's downtown area is so packed with hotels it is often possible to get top rooms here at bargain prices. Bear in mind that most visitors to Pittsburgh want to stay in this central part of town, so you do need to look for discounts early and book well in advance. If you're visiting universities or other attractions outside of Pittsburgh itself, you can find comfortable airport accommodations just west of the city. Consider also the college neighborhood of Oakland, offering some of the least expensive rooms in Pittsburgh.
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  • The Roberto Clemente Bridge is exits next to PNC Park. Many people park across town and walk across the bridge to access baseball games. On busy days, they will close the bridge to car traffic and ope...  more »
  • The Roberto Clemente Bridge, named after Pittsburgh's baseball great and humanitarian Roberto Clemente, connects the Downtown Cultural District of our city to the beautiful PNC Park baseball stadium a...  more »
  • Great way to experience Pittsburgh, walk to a Pirates or Steelers game. Check out the people and the river, usually a lot of activity to keep you entertained.  more »
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  • Pittsburgh huh? Looks great. Lots of bright yellow gold. Lots of steel. Go pens. Sometimes there's traffic I guess but I don't even know why they're letting me write a review for a bridge in the first place.
  • So many fond memories of walking over this bridge, I once gave the homeless man that stationed himself at one of the coves my freshly made sandwiches from work here. Such a nice guy, wonder what happened with him...
  • Love how many Bridges are in Pittsburgh nothing fancy but Definately convenient..
  • Super-awesome big beautiful piece of Pittsburgh Steel spanning the Allegheny just east of where it joins the Mon to become the Ohio. In the metal grating on the sides of the walkways a thousand or so locks hang, holding the memories of a thousand or so Pittsburghers and visitors alike. Also happens to be named after a wonderful human being and my personal childhood hero.
  • A great way to see the skyline and rivers