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Car Hire Seattle Tacoma Airport

Last Updated: 11th April, 2017 | By Chris Williams

Rent a Car at Seattle Tacoma Airport Washington from all the leading car hire companies in Seattle. Hertz, Avis, Dollar, Thrifty, Alamo Enterprise and Budget. Don't waste time shopping around, let us do it for you, saving you time and money. Best prices guaranteed. To get to the rent a car desks you will need to take a shuttle bus from outside baggage claim at the north and south ends of the main terminal. When returning your car rental take SR518 and follow signs for Rental Cars.

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Car Hire Seattle Tacoma

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Car Hire Seattle Tacoma Airport

Seattle Airport (SEA) SEA-TAC INTL AIRPORT,17205 INTERNAL, 98188

Car Hire Seattle Tacoma City

Seattle - Downtown 1301 6TH AVE.,HILTON HOTEL, 98101, WA SEATTLE US
Seattle - Financial District 14333 Aurora Ave N. Ste 3 Seattle US

Seattle Tacoma Airport map

Seattle Tacoma

Seattle Tacoma Airport information

Airport Name: Seattle Tacoma Airport
Address: 17801 International Boulevard, Seattle, Washington 98158
City: Seattle Tacoma
Country: Washington
Telephone: ++1 206 787-5388 br> Time Zone: GMT -8
Coordinates: 47°26′56″N 122°18′34″W<
Driving Directions to Seattle Tacoma Airport
Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available
Taxi service: Aituated 3rd floor of the parking garage l
Train service: The Link Light Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m
Bus service:
Car Hire: The car rental desks are located in the arrivals hall
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall

Flights and destinations from Seattle Tacoma Airport

Air Canada
Air Canada Express
Alaska Airlines
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
Asiana Airlines
British Airways
Delta Air Lines
Frontier Airlines
Hainan Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines
JetBlue Airways
Korean Air
Southwest Airlines
Sun Country Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Virgin America

Seattle road trips

Seattle is truly a gem of the gorgeous and green pacific northwest. Surrounded by nature and beauty, some of the most unique places to visit are outside of Seattle, yet within a short distance from the airport. Put these highlights of the pacific northwest on your list of places to visit.

Mount Rainier

Driving Time: 2½ hours

Due to the fact that Seattle receives rainfall an average of 155 days a year, many visitors do not see Mt. Rainier. It is breathtaking road trip for those who are lucky enough to visit on the sunny days. The Paradise area of Mt. Rainier National Park is open year-round and is gorgeous during every season. Covered in snow during the winter and spring, Mt. Rainier is a wildflower wonderland during the summer and covered in reds, oranges, browns, and golds in the fall.

Snoqualmie Falls

Driving Time: 45 minutes

One of the greatest things about 155 days of rain a year means that there are always roaring, majestic waterfalls to go and enjoy. Snoqualmie Falls is a 270-foot waterfall on the Snoqualmie River that attracts over one million visitors a year. At the top of the falls is an observation deck and there are hiking trails to the bottom if you’re feeling adventurous. For a fun side trip stop at local winery Chateau Ste. Michelle.

From Seattle-Tacoma Airport, take Interstate 405 north to Interstate 90 east to exit 25. Then drive on Highway 18 and Snoqualmie Parkway north to the entrance of the falls.

Tacoma Museums

Driving Time: 30 minutes

When flying into the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, make sure you visit both cities. One of the highlights of Tacoma is its Museum Row on Pacific Avenue. A wonderful place to spend an afternoon or a full day, stop by the Museum of Glass, Tacoma Art Museum, Washington State History Museum or the Children’s Museum of Tacoma. In 2012, the LeMay - America’s Car Museum opened its doors and is a great spot for families.

From the airport, take Interstate 5 south to exit 133 for Interstate 705 north and follow signs to the museums.

Coupeville, Whidbey Island

Traveling Time: 2 - 2 ½ hours

Whidbey Island’s Coupeville is sometimes referred to as Mussel Beach, so if you like fresh shellfish, journey north to this magical shellfish haven. The second-oldest town in Washington, Coupeville overlooks Penn Cove, America’s largest and oldest mussel farm. Work up an appetite by strolling through town and touring buildings from the 19th century. Then feast on mussels at Toby’s Tavern or Front Street Grill, which has created over ten different recipes for mussels, with the most popular menu item being the coconut-green curry.

From the airport, take Interstate 5 north for about an hour to exit 182 for Highway 525 north. Washington State Ferries connects to Whidbey Island from Mukilteo via a 20 minute ferry ride. Coupeville is 28 miles from the ferry landing via Highway 525 on Whidbey Island.

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