Seattle: Your Summer Travel Guide

Seattle: Your Summer Travel Guide

Make the most out of your time in The Emerald City by exploring our top summer drop-off destinations in the city. Whether it’s catching a flying fish at Pike Place Market or catching a foul ball at the Mariners game, we’re sharing our top ride spots to make your summer travel a breeze. 

1. Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is the quintessential Seattle destination. Overlooking the Puget Sound, you can stroll through the market and find everything from street vendors, to fish throwing, to the first Starbucks.

2. Space Needle

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The Space Needle was built in 1962 for the World’s Fair and has become the symbol of Seattle. From 520 feet up, you can enjoy 360º views of the city, as well as dine at SkyCity restaurant.

3. Safeco and Centurylink Field

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Head to a Mariners or Sounders game this summer and cheer on the local team! Start at Occidental Park for the March to the Game with the best of the Sounders fans.

4. Seattle Ferry Terminal

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Take a day trip to Bainbridge on the Washington State Ferry. The ferries leave about every hour from the Seattle Ferry Terminal. Enjoy the beautiful 35 minute ride over from the top deck so you can feel the sea breeze.

5. Gas Works Park

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Gas Works Park is the perfect place for a run, a bike ride, or a picnic during the summer in Seattle. Located on Lake Union, it offers a grassy knoll that is great to chill at for several hours, and is in walking distance to the fun neighborhood Fremont.

Traveling to or from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport? Get 50% off two rides to or from until June 30 by following the link below.


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