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    Flights to Seattle

    First Class from £2200
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    Seattle Holiday Guide

    From its historical Space Needle to the thriving tech prospect, Seattle has always been future-oriented. The proliferating city embraces new trends and transits in seconds. Bounded with extravagance hotels, luxurious restaurants to art galleries and city’s vaunted music scene, the city plots a path toward the future along with the lush Pacific Northwest. The compelling attitude of Seattle ensures familiarity with a new gloss on it.

    Explore the diverse boroughs of Seattle

    Seattle, nicknamed as The Emerald city, is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Enclosed with evergreen trees all over the city with the Cascade Mountains to the east and the Olympic Mountains to the west, the city is divided into high-level districts
    Downtown and surrounding neighborhoods include Pioneer Square-International District, Queen Anne-South Lake Union and Capitol Hill-Central District. This zone is home to some of the most spectacular architecture in the city along with the Seattle Center, the Space Needle, the nightlife of Pike-Pine and the quiet residences of Madison Park.
    Further, the city is divided into North of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. This region is subdivided into Ballard, Fremont and Wallingford, University District and North Seattle. Ballard is known for its Scandinavian heritage and flourishing Historic Downtown Ballard while Fremont is self-proclaimed “center of the universe” and is famous for public art.
    The final division of the city is in the form of South of Downtown and I-90, which is subdivided into SoDo-Georgetown, Beacon Hill-South Seattle-Columbia City-Rainier Beach and West Seattle. From scenic residential area to array of restaurants, theaters and clubs, you can everything here.

    Things to see in Seattle

    • 1Seattle Center & the Space Needle
    • 2Pioneer Square Historic District
    • 3Pike Place Market
    • 4Hiram M Chittenden Locks
    • 5Volunteer Park
    • 6Waterfront and Piers
    • 7Discovery Park
    • 8University Washington in Seattle
    • 9Woodland Park Zoo
    • 10International District

    Things to do in Seattle

    • 1Kayaking & Camping Adventure
    • 2Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
    • 3Whale Watching Tour
    • 4Argosy Cruise of Ballard Locks
    • 5Bainbridge Island Winetasting Tour with Ferry Ride
    • 6Boeing Factory & Aviation Gallery Tour

    Nightlife of Seattle

    There is no dearth of diverse bars in the native city including Blues clubs, British bars, Irish pubs, lounges, dive bars and college bars. The Pike Pub & Brewery is an amazing place to start getting to know Seattle nightlife along with Pike Place Market, which is a Seattle milestone and fascinates swarms of tourists.

    Restaurants in Seattle

    Seattle is home to America's real regional cuisines, entrenched in fresh seafood, a profusion of small-scale manufacturers and purveyors, great native wines and an ever-growing group of gifted chefs who know how to lure on the local lavishness. The variety of Seattle's dining site sets it apart, too. There are Northwestern-style seafood eateries and steakhouses, but also cafeterias that entice on inspirations from Asia, Latin America, France, and Italy.

    Shopping in Seattle

    Shopping in the Pacific Northwest is home to extensive collection in diverse neighborhoods from outdoor gear to trendy threads. Shopping in Downtown Seattle is an experience in itself occupied with various diverse retailers including flagship stores for Nordstrom and REI and unique independent boutiques.

    Best time to visit

    Winter is boring. Spring carries a few attractive days. July to September is parched and bright and thus the best time to visit. September and the springs are less congested but with the more variable weather. But you can for snowboarding, skiing and snow trekking on Mount Rainer and Mount Si.


    Traffic problems are on the tip of every resident’s tongue, and rush hours throng the city’s main pathways and throughways. The bus system is suitable within the downtown core, and the Light Rail is an inexpensive ride from downtown to the airport. New streetcars and an extended Light Rail system are in the works, but walking remains the finest way to reach an adjacent destination.
    Seattle is identified for its showers and dim, gloomy atmospheres. Summers are pleasant while November through March carries the nastiest of the unpleasant climate, with cool temperatures, dense cloud cover and rainfalls. Snowfall is occasional. November is the wettest month, often classified as a “Pineapple Express” while December and January are the coldest months and August is the hottest month.








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