IDEAL FOR GUESTS WITH FLIGHTS AFTER 3:00PM.
Get an introduction to the Emerald City’s highlights and visit two of its most famous attractions, the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. Begin with a drive through Seattle’s birthplace, historic Pioneer Square, originally settled in 1852 and continue on to the International District, where aromas from local restaurants fill the air. Pass by the Downtown Shopping District and arrive at the Space Needle, the symbol of the 1962 World’s Fair. You’ll soar 520 feet to the “O” Deck for an amazing 360 bird’s eye view of the city, Puget Sound, Mt. Rainier, and the Cascade Mountains. Then, reboard your motor coach for a quick jaunt to the Pike Place Market, the West Coast’s oldest and largest open air Farmer’s Market. Here, you’ll have a little over an hour to explore the wares of hundreds of local farmers and artisans. Make sure to check out the Market’s most recognizable vendor, the “Flying Fish” stall, before departing to the airport.