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Paris to Pittsburgh

Bonjour, Pittsburgh!

Delta Air Lines is once again expanding international service from Paris to Pittsburgh! Delta offers DAILY nonstop service to Pittsburgh from Paris during peak summer travel months, from May through October. This nonstop Paris-to-Pittsburgh flight is the fastest (and most convenient) way to get to Pittsburgh, a city of 90 neighborhoods, three rivers, and year-round fun! We welcome our Parisian friends as well as those the world over using the City of Lights as a gateway to Pittsburgh and see why everyone, from the Travel Channel to National Geographic Traveler is raving about our city. Follow the advice of Conde Nast Traveler, which named Pittsburgh one of the "Top 15 Places to Go", and come see for yourself!

Pittsburgh International Airport makes international travel easy: it's equipped with both TSA PreCheck lanes for passengers departing Pittsburgh, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Global Entry Kiosks for faster international re-entry processing, and an expedited international arrival process. 

Fallingwater

For architecture lovers, no visit to Pittsburgh is complete without a side trip to the beautiful Laurel Highlands to see Fallingwater, designed in 1935 by America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Home to Pittsburgh retail giant Edgar Kaufmann, the house is now a National Historic Landmark and one of several Wright-designed buildings vying for World Heritage Site status. Featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 1938, it is the only major Wright-designed house open to the public with its furnishings, artwork and setting intact.



The Frick Pittsburgh

The Frick Pittsburgh steps out from June 11 through September 4 with Killer Heels, an exhibition celebrating the art of the high-heeled shoe. Explore fashion’s most provocative and collectable accessory from the 16th century to modern times on display within the beautiful Frick Art Museum. For visitors who have a love of shoes, with a stunning 160 pairs on loan from major designers, fashion houses and museum collections, you’ll be walking on air.