city in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States

Latrobe is a city in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania.

The downtown area of Latrobe

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Latrobe's history isn't limited to its coal mining and industrial heritage. This small city is home to the invention of the banana split ice cream treat, the first openly professional American football players, and the birthplaces of golfer Arnold Palmer and children's television titan Mr. (Fred) Rogers.

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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT IATA) is a common way to get in. The Pittsburgh airport is about an hour to an hour in a half away from Latrobe. Many airlines fly in and out of Pittsburgh including Air Canada, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, and United.

  • 1 Arnold Palmer Regional Airport (LBE IATA). The airport closest to Latrobe, is found in the surrounding township of Unity. Spirit Airlines is the only carrier to fly in and out of this airport.    

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See also: Rail travel in the United States

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Map of Latrobe (Pennsylvania)

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  • Mozart Hall.

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Routes through Latrobe
PittsburghGreensburg  W   E  JohnstownHarrisburg
PittsburghGreensburg  W   E  BedfordYork

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