Pittsburgh International Airport

WIN TICKETS TO GERMANY ON CONDOR!

WIN TICKETS TO GERMANY ON CONDOR!

Pittsburgh International Airport has launched an interactive contest that highlights some of our city’s top restaurants and destinations!

As part of the Passport to Adventure contest, you can explore the city, snap and share photos and get entered to win roundtrip airfare to Frankfurt, Germany on Condor!

Here’s how to enter:
1) Visit www.flypittsburgh.com/PIT2FRA to download and print a passport form.
2) Visit one or more of the locations listed in the Passport and take a selfie holding the Passport in front of the named location.
3) Post the photos on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with the hashtag #PIT2FRA from until May 24, 2017. (User profiles must be set to public.)

Each location to visit has a connection to Europe and the amazing cities that Condor Airlines can fly you to from Pittsburgh this summer on their new nonstop flight to Frankfurt, Germany. 

The Deutschtown neighborhood is located near East Ohio Street. Home to bars, restaurants, boutiques, bakeries, and more, Deutschtown hosts many special events throughout the year, including the Deutschtown Music Festival July 14-15. While in Deutschtown, check out two other passport location: Penn Brewery and Max’s Allegheny Tavern. Both specialize in traditional German food and drink and unique craft beers!

The National Aviary is America’s only independent indoor nonprofit zoo dedicated exclusively to birds. Located on the North Shore, they recently opened the new virtual reality exhibit, Birdly. Make sure to check it while in pursuit of your own Condor tickets to Germany!

Explore the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh's famous Strip District. Learn about the history of Pittsburgh and the region’s European roots and German ancestry to inspire your trip to Europe on Condor!

Pittsburgh’s Hofbrauhaus located on the Southside, is modeled after the legendary 400+ year-old HofbrÀuhaus in Munich, Germany. Try their beer, brewed on site, and German food.

While exploring these great locations, make sure to post about your personal favorite European inspired Pittsburgh stop not included in the passport! We’ve already seen fun snaps from Pittsburgh’s Polish Hill neighborhood and Little Italy (Bloomfield).

For more contest details, visit www.flypittsburgh.com/PIT2FRA