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Your adventure starts in Seattle

It’s the city where grunge music was born, tech is chic, and every turn promises to bring another unexpected adventure. Whether you’re exploring the world famous Pike Place Market, or checking out Starbuck’s ground-breaking Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, Seattle is quickly becoming the new “it” place to be.

So take a hike through an ancient rainforest, or sip wine on a ferry boat, and experience first-hand why Seattle is among the nation’s favorite cities, and the #1 cruise port on the West Coast.

Just minutes away from your ship, you’ll find the Seattle Aquarium and the Great Wheel where you can soar 175 feet in the air while enjoying breathtaking views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the city below. Or climb even higher and travel to the top of the Space Needle.

For those sports fans that can’t get enough, you’re right in the ballpark, with the Seattle Mariners, Sounders, and World Champion Seattle Seahawks.

If you’ve got an eye towards the more refined, consider the Seattle Art Museum, the Olympic Sculpture Park, Benaroya Hall, the Museum of Flight, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) or the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center.

Up for a bigger adventure? Take a day trip to see a Boeing airplane being built, go salmon fishing, or hop on a seaplane to the San Juan Islands and kayak among pods of orca whales.

If you’re still hungry for more, Seattle has one-of-a-kind restaurants, as featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Man vs. Food, and Top Chef. Or go there the grapes are grown! Take in nearby Woodinville or the sun-soaked Yakima Valley and sample Washington’s vineyards, breweries, and distilleries. Speaking of breweries, there are dozens of micro-breweries even in downtown Seattle!

Check out for your travel planning needs. Or just ask us. We take you to many of these locations on any of our tours. And we’ll pick you up or drop you off at the cruise terminals and take your baggage where you need it.

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