The Santa Monica Bay in Los Angeles is a beautiful place, with lots of music, shops, and restaurants. The sunset is wonderful and the beach is very wide and clean.
The Duquesne Incline is one of the oldest funicular in the world since it was completed in 1877 and worked on steam.
Here are the available modes of transport from Los Angeles to Pittsburgh.
Los Angeles To Pittsburgh By Train
Take the Amtrak train (Line Southwest Chief) bound to Chicago from LA. From Chicago, take an Amtrak (Line Capitol Limited) bound to Pittsburgh. The travel time is two days and five hours at a cost of US$270. For details, check: http://tickets.amtrak.com/itd/amtrak
Los Angeles To Pittsburgh By Bus
The distance between Los Angeles to Pittsburgh is 3897 km. Take the Boltbus bound to Las Vegas. Next, take the Greyhound bus bound to Salt Lake City. Then, take the Greyhound bus from Salt Lake to Denver. From here, take the Burlington bus from Denver to Indianapolis. Next, take the Greyhound bus from Indianapolis to Columbus. Next, take the Greyhound bus from Columbus to Pittsburgh. The total travel time is 2 days and 13 hours at a cost of US$515.
If you need to drive; the travel time is 40 hours.
Los Angeles To Pittsburgh By Plane
Take the US Airways flight. The travel time is four hours at a cost of US$360. To know more about flight transport, check here: http://www.oagaviation.com/