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For fusion cuisine, art and interesting people, head over to still-bohemian Fremont.
Stunning panoramic mountains and waterways peek around every corner and window in Seattle.
When you’re departing, the airport recommends that you arrive at least 2 hours early for departing flights. While it’s kept its grunge roots, the city continues to grow into a thriving patchwork of neighborhoods, culture and natural beauty.
The sum of its parts, Seattle truly offers something for everyone.
While it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, plan ahead to make the most of your visit.
From stopping over at Sea-Tac to visiting Seattle for a longer stay, you’ll find unique activities and destinations to explore.
In the winter, temperatures can dip to a low around 40°F with frequent rainfall.
Whenever you visit, dress in layers and bring a raincoat or umbrella - you’ll be glad you did.
Even in the city, you’re close to overwhelming natural beauty and many activities you can enjoy outdoors.
Find canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding at nearby Golden Gardens Park, Alki Beach and at the University of Washington’s Waterfront Activities Center. While umbrellas help, windy rain can bust the best umbrellas as winds gust between Seattle’s tall downtown buildings. If you’re walking, opt for a pair of reliable shoes, like boots or sneakers. It could be raining and chilly one minute, sunny the next.
In any neighborhood, you can often find several more intimate hotels as interesting as their surrounding areas. Try the Inn at the Market or the Alexis Hotel, the latter offering urban luxury in a historic building.