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USA & Canada / Seattle

Surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, Seattle encompasses thousands of acres of parkland — hence its nickname, the ‘Emerald City’. Adventure awaits in this exciting, urban city. Surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, there’s everything here for visitors, from high art to sky-high mountain peaks. Filled with tasty treats, Pike Place Market is a must see; aisles of gleaming fruits and vegetables sit alongside stands of locally crafted jewellery and gifts. Take a market tour and learn about the food and history of the market; the Fish Market with its famous flying fish is not to be missed. For art walks, quirky boutiques and nightlife, check out Pioneer Square, where you can take an underground tour to visualise Seattle as it once was in its gold rush days. And no visit would be complete without a visit to the futuristic Space Needle, with its revolving restaurant, gift shop and spectacular views of Mount Rainier, Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains from the observation deck.

Seattle Essentials

Approx. Flight Times London to Seattle 9 hours 40 minutes
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Seattle Hotels & Itineraries

Introducing some of the best 5 star resorts in Seattle.

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Top 5 things to do in Seattle

  1. Explore an enticing array of craft stalls, local restaurants and independent shops at Pike Place Market - the most historic farmers market in the USA and also the proud home of the famed Fish Market
  2. Ascend 520 feet to the observation deck of the iconic Space Needle for panoramic views of the city skyline and Mount Rainier; we recommend visiting at night for a different perspective of Seattle
  3. Experience Seattle from the air upon an exhilarating flightseeing seaplane excursion, heading to Friday Harbor, Victoria or simply across Seattle
  4. Savour specialties from the Washington state with an insightful food or beverage tour, from exploring the prestigious Chateau Ste. Michelle winery to watching cookery demonstrations at Pike Place Market
  5. Escape the urban noise with a hike around one of Seattle's finest parks, including over 11 miles of trails near the shores of Puget Sound in Discovery Park

When is the best time to visit Seattle?

Late June through to early September are the best times to visit Seattle, when the weather is at its most pleasant. July and August are particularly busy with visitors, whilst May, September and October are generally quieter months with mostly mild weather.

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We look beyond destination.
We curate exceptional experiences.

Our worldwide network, dedicated team of experts and wealth of knowledge is second to none, allowing us to open up your mind and take your breath away with awe-inspiring possibilities and new personal experiences that surprise, enlighten and transcend all expectations.

We look beyond destination.
We curate exceptional experiences.

Our worldwide network, dedicated team of experts and wealth of knowledge is second to none, allowing us to open up your mind and take your breath away with awe-inspiring possibilities and new personal experiences that surprise, enlighten and transcend all expectations.

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