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Seattle, the Emerald City; you couldn’t make up a nickname more suitable than this, for Washington’s greenest city! You wish to find cheap air tickets to Seattle? You will land on a modern city that follows and creates cutting-edge trends, while at the same time keeping a low profile. Home of grunge music, Microsoft and Boeing, Seattle is a city educated and elegant, surrounded by the deep green fields of the West Coast, at the banks of Lake Union. Book your accommodation in Seattle, prepare your trip and enjoy one of the most interesting experiences of your life!
Seattle’s unique charm largely stems from the combination of three different elements; metropolis, neighbourhood and nature.
In Seattle you can enjoy a morning of kayaking at the river and an evening of world-class opera and theatre performances. Famous for the forward way of thinking and open horizons the locals keep, Seattle has always been the city of innovation.
Geographically, Seattle is located between Lake Washington and Puget Sound, a narrow strip of the Pacific Ocean that enters the State of Washington.
Need more nature? Within short distance, Mount Baker and the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges will complete your idea of heaven on earth.
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Seattle’s airport (Seattle–Tacoma International Airport) is located 23 kilometres south of the city centre and can be reached by bus (King County Metro and Sound Transit), tram (Central Link) and airport shuttle.
Getting around Seattle
You can get around Seattle using the city’s extensive bus and tramway network. Fares start at 2.25 USD and minimum taxi fare costs 2.50 USD.
Your day in Seattle begins at the Pike Place Market, one of Seattle’s most popular attractions, dating back to 1907.
Pike Place Market is a farmers market products go directly from the producer to the buyer; it has been open continuously since 1907, it’s a very popular attraction and a designated National US Historic Place.
Continue to the Olympic Sculpture Park, boasting modern sculpture exhibitions, featuring the work of local, national and international artists.
Highlights include “The Eagle”, a gigantic red eagle made of steel, created by Alexander Calder in 1971.
Next stop, the Museum of Flight, dedicated to the most well-known aircrafts of all times. Collections include aircraft replicas, from the first one the Wright Brothers made back in 1903, to more than 20 modern aircrafts and the so-called Blackbird, once the world’s fastest!
You cannot miss the Space Needle, Seattle’s most recognisable landmark. Built in 1962 for the World Fair, it reaches a height of 158 metres and dominates the city’s skyline. Super-fast lifts will get you to a series of observation decks, offering breathtaking panoramic views.
Finally, you should by all means visit the Seattle Art Museum (SAM), boasting world-class collections of First Nations and African art, as well as medieval, Renaissance and Baroque European artwork.
Greece is a member of the Visa Waiver Program; Greek citizens can enter the USA without a tourist Visa. All you need to do is:
- apply for authorisation at the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA)
- pay a small fee of 14$
- prove that you’re travelling for business, pleasure or transit
- have a valid passport
- have a return or onward ticket
- intend to enter the United States for 90 days
When to Go
Seattle’s weather is characterised by cold and wet winters, followed by warm and relatively dry summers. You can visit Seattle all-year-round, but we must admit that the best season is from April to October.