Discover the Emerald City
Seattle is an exciting urban city surrounded by unmatched natural beauty. Adventure awaits you.
One of the best tour companies in Seattle, Let’s Tour Seattle offers step-on guide services to area tour companies and charter tours to area tourists, cruise ship passengers, and locals. Our local guides are steeped in Seattle’s history, mythology, and culture, and will introduce you to all that Seattle has to offer, both as an ideal location to live and to visit. For groups of 15 or more, create your own custom charter tour that highlights the things you want to see in our great city and surrounding area. Tours can include lunch or dinner options (or both). Not sure what to see on your tour? We can help guide you to the best sights (and bites) on or off the beaten path!
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A Few Words from Some of Our Esteemed Guests
I took a tour of a lifetime with Let’s Tour Seattle. It was extremely interesting and a really fun time!!! Not only did I learn about Seattle, but I laughed a lot as well. If you’re coming to Seattle, this is one tour you shouldn’t miss!Mary
Thanks for the wonderful tour yesterday. My sons who expected to suffer through another boring “grown-up” event were pleasantly surprised and enjoyed themselves (especially the Kevin Cobain part of the tour!). We shall be sure to recommend your tour to visiting friends and relatives.Reni R.
Mom and I really enjoyed the tour and learned a lot about Seattle!… Afterwards, you took us to our hotel and then brought us and our luggage back into Seattle, thus saving us mucho money!! A friend of yours let us store our luggage…close to Amtrak while we visited Chinatown. Mom was tired after walking to Uwajimaya so she headed off to the Amtrak station while I went back to get our bags. Your friend there was very kind and even helped bring our luggage to the Amtrak station so I wouldn’t have to make two trips. Please thank him for us.
…We had a good trip home and have pictures and fond memories of Seattle. Thanks again, Charles! We don’t forget your kindness.Customer
I just wanted to take a minute to tell you again how much Vicki and I enjoyed our “private” tour of Seattle with you on New Years Eve. You were a joy to tour around with. Your knowledge and experience allowed us to see parts of Seattle that we NEVER would have been able to find on our own. The tour was definitely a highlight of our Seattle trip. Thanks again! Hope that you and yours had a very Happy New Year. All the best (and safe sails) to you in 2009. When we find our way to Seattle again (and we will be back – we both loved it!), we will definitely have to do another tour!S. and V. Combetty
We’re back from the cruise that we boarded…the day after we toured with you… The four of us can honestly say that our tour with you was at the top of our list when telling our friends about what was the best part of our trip. If we come back to Seattle, we will definitely take the tour again, and we will recommend it to anyone coming to Seattle.Fred S. and Family
The tour was great! We both enjoyed Charlie’s engaging manner and encyclopedic knowledge of Seattle’s past and present, and it was a great introduction to your very beautiful city and the surrounding areas as well. We will be sure to recommend you to anyone who is traveling to your area in the future.Scott C.
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