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What are the best places to stay in Seattle?
Downtown is where you’ll find many of the city’s top attractions, so it is a great option for first-time visitors holidaying on flights to Seattle. Some must-visit spots include Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, and the Elliott Bay waterfront. There’s a fantastic cultural scene around Downtown that’s made up of some of Seattle’s best restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops. Have a look at Downtown accommodation after booking tickets to Seattle if you want to stay in the centre of all the action and be within walking distance of many major landmarks.
Consider booking a Fremont hotel to accompany your airfare to Seattle if you’re after somewhere eclectic and artsy. Fremont is a bohemian neighbourhood where you’ll find an incredible selection of quirky cafes and bars, vintage shops, and art installations everywhere you look. It’s located north of the city centre on the banks of Lake Union and is a quick bus ride into Downtown. There are many unique and interesting attractions to see around Fremont, including Gas Works Park, the Fremont Troll, Fremont Rocket, and the Center of the Universe sign.
Whereas Fremont is eclectic and free-spirited, Capitol Hill is chic and sophisticated. This is another neighbourhood to have on your radar when you book tickets to Seattle if you want to be surrounded by a cool urban culture. There are fantastic restaurants and shops around Capitol Hill, and the neighbourhood is known as one of Seattle’s nightlife hubs. There’s also a big art scene around Capitol Hill with a selection of art galleries and street murals. There are plenty of things to see and do around Capitol Hill while holidaying on return flights to Seattle, including Japanese Garden, Seattle Asian Art Museum, and Volunteer Park.
What are Seattle’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
A trip to Seattle isn’t complete without a visit to the Space Needle. This futuristic observation tower stands out on the city skyline and is a must-see for many visitors holidaying on flights to Seattle. Head to the Space Needle observation deck, which sits 184 metres (605 feet) above the ground. The observation deck provides picture-perfect views over Seattle, the Puget Sound, and Mount Rainier. Space Needle visitors can save some cash by bundling their ticket with the Chihuly Garden at the base of the tower. This colourful glass museum is another popular attraction to have on your radar when you book cheap flights to Seattle.
Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is located on the Elliott Bay Waterfront and has been in operation since 1907. The market is one of the main draws for travellers visiting Washington on flights to Seattle. It’s even the city’s most visited landmark with 10 million annual visitors. Pike Place Market is home to about 250 vendors who sell everything you can imagine – fresh flowers, souvenirs, clothing, delicious meals, and handmade crafts. The fish stalls are arguably the most well-known part of Pike Place Market due to the fishmongers who famously throw fish back and forth to each other.
Seattle Great Wheel
The Great Wheel is just down the road from Pike Place Market and is another must-visit attraction when you book cheap flights to Seattle. It’s 53.3 metres (175 feet) high, making it the tallest ferris wheel on the American west coast. Take a ride on the Great Wheel for one of the best views you’ll find while holidaying on return flights to Seattle. The wheel’s location at the edge of Elliott Bay means riders can take in an incredible waterfront view as well as glimpse of the city skyline and Space Needle.
What is the best way to get around Seattle?
There are several transportation options to help you get around in between return flights to Seattle. The Link light rail offers quick connections between major hubs. Its 14 stops include Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and several spots around the city centre, such as Pioneer Square, Downtown, and Capitol Hill.
Catch the bus if you’re headed somewhere that’s not accessible by light rail. There are more than 230 bus routes available to catch while you’re holidaying on flights to Seattle.
A few ferries operate out of Downtown Seattle. They’re primarily used by commuters, but they’re a good option to keep in mind when you book airfare to Seattle. Catch a ferry for day trips to destinations like Bainbridge Island and Bremerton in the Puget Sound.
Hiring a car is the way to go if you’ll be taking mainland day trips while holidaying on cheap flights to Seattle. Book a car through Webjet, and pick it up from Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) once you arrive. Popular day trip destinations include Mount Rainier National Park and North Cascades National Park.