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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 16|
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Seattle may experience cloudy weather through much of the year, but you'll be too busy to notice. Home to the Space Needle, Seahawks and Mariners, Seattle has become its own version of Silicon Valley attracting many business travelers year round. Diverse neighborhoods, a popular art scene, and the world's best coffee, make the city an outstanding destination to visit from Fort Lauderdale. In addition to indoor activities, there's plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, too, like hiking at Discovery Park, kayaking on Lake Washington, and camping near Puget Sound.
Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the airport where you most likely will land when visiting the Emerald City. The best way to get around Seattle is by car, so it is recommended to rent a vehicle, either at the airport or in town. State Routes 99, 509, and 518 intersect at SEA and run through most major landmarks in Seattle, so navigating the highways shouldn't be confusing.
Most flights from Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to SEA include a transfer with a total flight time of seven to nine hours depending on the route you take. Since Seattle has easy access to several bodies of water in the Pacific Northwest, if you enjoy seafood, you're in luck. Delectable vegetarian and traditional American cuisine abound, and are made with local ingredients.