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Flights from Anchorage to Seattle
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Airports in Anchorage
Anchorage is served by Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. It is located 5 miles away from downtown Anchorage, and connects the city to nearly 50 national and international destinations. The airport is seamlessly connected to Anchorage through a shuttle bus that operates every 15 minutes, and other options to travel here include Anchorage People Mover bus system, courtesy vans and cars and rental cars. One can also avail trains from a railway station for the Alaska Railroad located nearby.
Seattle is the seat of King County in Washington and a seaport city located on the west coast of the United States. It is situated about 100 miles away from the Canada-US border and was the gateway to Alaska during last century’s Gold Rush. It is called the ‘the Emerald City’ for its evergreen trees that stand against the backdrop of the Cascade mountains and the Olympic mountains. Powered by its homegrown market leaders Boeing and Amazon, Seattle skyrocketed to fame as the cultural and business center of the Pacific Northwest. It also enthralls music buffs because it is the birthplace of famous rock musician Jimi Hendrix and music band Nirvana.
The Seattle Center is a 50-year-old masterpiece in Seattle and it was built for the 1962 World's Fair. It is known for its Space Needle and the Monorail, the former is a 605-foot tall building that once ranked as the tallest building to the west of the Mississippi River. The Seattle Center is now a top notch entertainment zone that features top notch glass artworks and some alpha grade steel and glass structures, besides some world-class sport arenas and posh restaurants.
Pike Place Market
The Pike Place Market is the oldest continually operating farmers' market in the United States. This waterfront public market along the Eliot Bay is the city’s largest tourist area. Pike Place Market has a reputation of putting its visitors on a sensory overload quickly, and some visitors like to walk through its arterial paths to reach some of the city’s other major attractions.
Museum of Pop Culture
The go to place for all music enthusiasts in Seattle- the Museum of Pop Culture is dedicated to contemporary pop culture. This museum was born as a brainchild of Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen in 2000. It is home to the world’s largest collections hand-written lyrics, personal instruments and original photographs of noted singer Jimi Hendrix and popular music band Nirvana.
Best Time to Fly to Seattle
The best time to visit Seattle is the summer season from June to August when the city is comfortably placed at around 75 deg F with almost zero chance of rains. It is a good time to enjoy the city’s cultural festivals and events like Seattle International Film Festival (May-June) and Seattle Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon (in June). Travelers experiencing a budget crunch can visit Seattle in the winter season from November to February. It is cold, wet and snowy at 45 to 50 deg F but the city is red hot with Earshot Jazz Festival (October-November), Seattle International Comedy Competition (November) and Christmas Ship Festival (December).