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Planning a holiday in Seattle? We don't blame you for have "The Emerald City" on your travel list. Search for cheap flights to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and take off onboard US Airways, United Airlines, Condor, among others.
The weather in Seattle isn't unlike England. It can be drizzly year-round but also sunny in January. The best time to visit is mid-June through to September with most days sunny and warm.
Flights to Seattle take at least 15 hours with stopovers from London.
Seattle is a huge city and not easily explored in just one trip. It's lush and green with mountains in seemingly all directions. It's home to some business giants (Starbucks, Amazon.com…) and boasts an exciting arts scene too.
Downtown: This is where it all goes down in Seattle. Start your trip off at the waterfront and take in the views. The Pike Place Market is a must. It's the oldest running farmer's market in the USA. Stop in at the original Starbuck Coffee shop while you're there.
Space Needle: Every visitor should take a ride up the needle on a clear day. It's the city's most iconic landmark and offers some spectacular views of the city and surroundings from the top.
Art: Seattle has a number of great museums but if you only visit a handful, start at the Seattle Art Museum. It has a collection from around the world, including some local art as well. The Seattle Asian Art Museum also impresses.
Find more information on Visit Seattle.
Seattle is huge and so also is the choice of accommodations while you're there. Finding a hotel in Seattle largely depends on which district of the city you'll be visiting. Most visitors stay in the Downtown area but you'll find cheaper hotels if you venture further out.
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