Coast Starlight: Seattle to Los Angeles

Day 1 Fly from the UK to Seattle Stay three nights in Seattle and explore the downtown area and a few of the neighbourhoods such as Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and Ballard. Visit Pikes Place Market and Seattle Center with the Space Needle. There is also the Aquarium, the Pacific Science Center, Science Fiction Museum and the Museum of Pop Culture, not to mention great shopping and dining. Take a trip out to the Boeing Factory where you can take a guided tour and watch the Dreamliner being built, or enjoy a harbour cruise or boat trip across Puget Sound.
Day 4 Take Amtrak’s Coast Starlight train from Seattle to Los Angeles We recommend you stay in a Superliner Roomette, which includes all meals on board. The roomettes have two chairs that convert into bunk style beds at night. There are shared bathroom facilities. The Amtrak train staff are extremely knowledgeable about all the areas you pass through and can answer any questions you have and give you a great insight into your journey. If you would like to discover more of the cities and coastal areas the Coast Starlight travels through, it is possible to break your journey and we can arrange as many or as few nights in any of the places along the route for you.
Day 5 Arrive in Los Angeles Stay three nights in Los Angeles. Discover the different neighbourhoods associated with the LA lifestyle, including hip and trendy West Hollywood, glamorous Beverly Hills and the beach cities of Santa Monica, Venice and Marina del Ray.
Day 8  Depart from Los Angeles or extend your holiday in Southern California by travelling down to San Diego, either by train or car.


Posted by: America As You Like It
Posted on: 27/09/2021

Coast Starlight: Seattle to Los Angeles

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