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The state of Washington is the perfect destination for intrepid travelers seeking adventure, thanks to its varied landscape encompassing magnificent mountains, resplendent rainforest, rugged coastline, and crystal-clear lakes. The national parks protecting these sacred areas provide amazing hiking opportunities as well as many other outdoor pursuits. Wine Country is perfect for those who want to sample incredible wines and appetizing cuisine, and cities such as Seattle provide a myriad of world-class sights and entertainment.

Hotels in Washington


Accommodation in Washington is as diverse as its varied landscape. Seattle and neighboring Bellevue have every kind of hotel imaginable, ranging from the cheap to the luxurious. With so much competition here you’ll find it’s a great area to look for the best hotel deals in Washington. It’s also the best place to find 5-star Washington hotels, such as the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, which exudes opulence and grandeur. If you’re looking for cheap Washington hotels, you’ll be glad to know that discount accommodation and motels are available across the state. The Best Western Plus in Walla Walla, for example, has affordable rates and receives excellent reviews.

Things to see in Washington


Olympic National Park is a breathtakingly beautiful area encompassing different types of environment. You can choose to explore the enchanting Hoh Rainforest, the awe-inspiring glaciated peaks of the Olympic Mountains, or the dramatic coastline at Rialto Beach. Whatever you choose to visit in this picturesque area, don’t forget your camera. Snoqualmie Falls is another of the state’s most spectacular attractions. Seeing the 268-foot waterfall up close is a magical experience, and the perfect opportunity to see the power of nature in all its glory. A fantastic way of seeing the timeless landscape of Washington is to take a drive along one of its 29 official National and State Scenic Byways. One such route is the White Pass National Scenic Byway, which passes 2 active volcanoes (Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier), the huge peak of Mount Adams, and stunning alpine lakes such as Mayfield Lake.

Where to stay in Washington


The city of Seattle has much to offer for those visiting Washington. Entertainment is plentiful, not surprising given the birthplace of a number of musical acts like Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana. It also has fascinating cultural attractions such as the Museum of Flight, and great bars and cafes (including the Original Starbucks). Spokane is another great option. As well as putting you close to the gorgeous countryside, it’s home to beautiful parks and the Spokane Falls. If you want to explore the fabulous Wine Country in the Southeast, you can’t go wrong with a stay in the delightful town of Walla Walla.

How to get to Washington


There are several options available when planning your Washington vacation. Several airports serve the state of Washington. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the largest, and receives flights from cities across North America. Smaller airports include Spokane International Airport in the East, and Bellingham International Airport in the North. Amtrak services are available if you prefer to go by train. The Empire Builder travels between Chicago and Washington, the Coast Starlight from Los Angeles, and the Amtrak Cascades connects Seattle to Portland. If you’re driving, you can take Interstate 5 from Canada or Portland, Interstate 82 from the east of Oregon, or Interstate 90 from Idaho.

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