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Top 5 sightseeing experiences in Seattle

Posted April 28th 2016 in News and Updates, Seattle,

Top 5 sightseeing experiences in Seattle

 Here are a few of the more unusual yet popular tours to enjoy on a visit to the beautiful and much filmed city of Seattle on the Pacific Northwest coast of the USA— with direct daily flights non-stop from the UK on British Airways and Delta Airlines or one stop via Reykjavik on Icelandair and a range of other airlines.

Seattle’s Underground world

Seattle was originally built 12-20 feet lower than it stands today. Check out Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour and get a whole new perspective on the history, dirt and scandal of the underground city of Seattle. From $16.75/£11.55 (adult) or $7.84/£5.40 (child) http://www.undergroundtour.com/

Paddle Seattle!

From the Puget Sound to Lake Washington, from Elliott Bay to Green Lake there are beautiful water-scapes all over the city. Get fit and see the city from the water, renting a Stand Up Paddle Board for just $40/ £28 (two hours): http://surfballard.com/seattle-stand-up-paddle-rentals-and-sales/

 

Cook up a treat in Seattle

Tour Pike Place Market with a chef and learn to cook in a cookery class too. Pike Place Chef tour is $55.90 / £39 for two hour tour and cooking class with market tour option from $111.79/£77. http:// eatseattletours.com/

“Flightsee” Seattle

Check out the city from a seaplane on a ‘Flightseeing’ experience taking off from downtown’s Lake Union.  Or head out for whale watching adventures on San Juan Islands, up to Victoria in British Columbia, Canada, over to the nearby Olympic Peninsula national park or charter a seaplane for fishing and other experiences. Visit http://www.visitseattle.org/things-to-do/sightseeing/top-25-attractions/

CityPASS Seattle

Don’t miss out on a 45% discount on the best and most popular sites of Seattle with CityPASS which includes:  The Space Needle – Seattle’s iconic 1962 landmark with revolving restaurant and amazing views; the EMP Museum of pop art with its recording studios, drums to beat and a tower of guitars; The Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit of spectacular contemporary glassworks – like a mini Kew Gardens of Glass; take a cruise of the harbour, and options including the Woodland Park Zoo and Pacific Science Centre.  Currently $74 or £51 per adult or $54 / around £37 per child (4-12 years old) includes 5 of these attractions: http://www.citypass.com/seattle?mv_source=rkg&adpos=1t1&creative=97357296389&device=c&matchtype=e&network=g&gclid=CIyfmZmXrcwCFdUW0wodoh8GQQ

Washington state is in the Pacific Northwest where Seattle crowns the state and regular cruises head to Alaska. Seattle is a city where art and nature meet and foodie’s fantasies come true.  The ocean backcloth is the Olympic Peninsula mountains and beautiful islands where whale watching and boating or kayaking experiences await.  Washington state has over 800 wineries offering tasting experiences, three national parks (Mt. Rainier/Olympic Peninsula/North Cascades), mountain ranges and rainforests of bearded mossy, massive girthed trees. It’s a state of spectacular contrasts and great fly-drive holidays with a choice of direct non-stop daily flights into Seattle’s SeaTac International airport.

HELPFUL LINKS          

http://www.portseattle.org/Cruise

http://www.experiencewa.com/guides

http://www.visitseattle.org

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