Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Seattle is a thriving cultural, artistic and fun-loving city surrounded by water, mountains and the Puget Sound. Here, you’ll discover the origins of a national favorite — the coffee shop phenomenon got its start here. And, because diners are very demanding of their restaurants, expect the very best food and top-notch service when you hit a local eatery. From a huge concentration of art galleries, restaurants and pubs to a wide variety of outdoor activities and culture, the experience of a lifetime waits in this vibrant city.

With so much to do, Delta Vacations takes care of how you get there, so you can focus on your daily itinerary once you land. Book, bundle and save on your Seattle vacation package, and feel better knowing a team of experts will have you back every step of the way.

Explore The City And Beyond

There’s much to see on a trip to Seattle. Join the glittering scene of downtown for the lively nightlife, gourmet restaurants and world-class shopping. Tour Ballard Avenue and Columbia City, only a few of the city’s historic districts, for a dose of Washington’s rich culture. See a theatre production at the landmark Fifth Avenue Theatre. Or, browse the exquisite artwork that makes up the Glass Museum.

There are also a variety of activities that Seattle affords outside of its borders. Take a ferry ride across the Puget Sound to the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula, where you can come up close and personal with the livestock on old-fashioned, rural, family farms, or spot eagles soaring along the 371 miles of shoreline at Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trail. Bainbridge Island is also close by, and features picture-perfect views and abundant recreational opportunities year-round. Kent is where tourists go to catch sporting events at the ShoWare Center, or explore a hip downtown area.

For a glimpse into the future, make sure to visit Seattle Center, built for the 1962 World's Fair and home to the Space Needle. Ride to the top the 605-foot observation deck for the awe-inspiring, 360-degree view of Emerald City. You can enjoy a one-course meal as you look out over the city’s skyscrapers. Seattle also offers a remarkable glimpse at the past. Head to the Pioneer Square District to explore the Klondike Gold Rush Museum.