Expert Travel Advice to Seattle

Top Answers To Seattle Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Anytime from late spring to early fall should be fine, though note that Seattle is apt to get a little more rain than its southern Pacific Coast counterparts. That said, this town is pretty much outdoor-obsessed throughout the year, so don't let a little drizzle, mist, or snow keep you indoors (and if it does, isn't that what the town's famous coffee-shop culture is for?).
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    We drove from Sparland IL (20 miles north of Peoria) to Lakewood, WA (20 miles south of Seattle) in 3.5 days. We traveled via I-90 and did very little sightseeing along the way as I had driven this route before. You can push it a bit more each day and do it in 3 days. We travel with a dog so have to stop more. About 1900 miles each way. Prepare for delays and detours in mountains due to construction and rock slides -- they happen.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I would recommend staying in downtown Seattle. It has lots of good shopping, food, and there is a cool music museum. I would recommend a car.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Jean answered:
    Take a trip on a Washington State ferry! The view is spectacular and the price is very reasonable. On Bainbridge Island you can take a tour with Kitsap Tours (they meet you at the ferry terminal).. Choose between a tour of the island, a tour of the beautiful Bloedel Reserve or a full day touring several unique little communties west of Seattle. www.KitsapTours.com

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