|Seattle Tacoma Sea-Tac Airport (SEA)|
||The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport or “Sea-Tac”, the given nickname by the locals, is located in SeaTac, Washington.
Flying with Sea-Tac can be an enjoyable experience with restaurants offering fresh food, convenient currency exchanges, coffee shops, manicures, massages, and a lot more.
The airport is decorated with all kinds of art, Sculpture, paintings, glass, & photographs throughout the airport’s rooms and corridors made by 20th century artists, such as Louise Nevelson, Frank Stella and new artists. The airport is also minutes away from downtown Seattle and Seattle’s main attractions like, Pike Place Market and Seattle Waterfront that have been taking part in the movies. Seattle offers hotels like, the Marriott, and the Clarion hotel waiting for you to check-in.
Seattle has one of the excellent, eye catching seaports in the world. The seaport has Dines, shops, Exciting events that are held at the Port facilities, it has trails and bike paths to wonder and explore, and you can even take a mind-blowing cruise to hot spots in Alaska or in the pacific.
Seattle is also a place for some of the best museums, like the Downtown Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Frye Art Museum and the Art Deco skyscraper that has an observation deck.
Over-all, Seattle has just about everything from fun to fresh sea food restaurants. You can find yourself enjoying the fresh breeze by the sea or kickin’ it back in a hotel which you can get Seattle-Tacoma Hotel Shuttles to or from the airport.
Known as the Emerald City, Seattle is one of the most livable cities in the world. Surrounded by lakes, rivers, mountains and Puget Sound, it’s simply a recreation enthusiast’s dream.
More than 27 million passengers used Seattle-Tacoma International in 1999, setting a new record for the 17th year in a row. Regular schedules commence from here to the Orient and Europe. The terminal provides a complete and unique shopping area for visitors and tourists.
Skybridges on the 4th floor of the parking garage lead into the main terminal, where you’ll find ticket counters, baggage claim, and shopping and restaurants. Gates and other retail businesses are located on four concourses and two satellite terminals.