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Plan your next vacation visiting one of the largest cities in the state of Washington. Situated on the eastern part of the state, along the Spokane River and facing the Selkirk Mountains and the Rocky Mountain, the city of Spokane is an ideal destination for travelers looking to be immersed in nature. The city is the economic and cultural center for the Spokane metropolitan area, and it is known as the birthplace of Father’s Day. Spokane is locally known as Lilac City, as it was named after a pink double flower cultivar lilac. However, the city is also internationally known as Hooptown USA, because it annually hosts the largest basketball tournament in the world. Being a medium to large size city, Spokane has a population of around 222,000 inhabitants, making it ideal if you wish to find a more relaxing destination with city vibes. The first people that resided in the area was the Spokane tribe, meaning children of the sun in Salishan. You will be able to explore nature in the city’s surroundings, follows some sports, learn about the history and much more while visiting Spokane.Discover the vacation rentals
When you start organizing your trip to Spokane, you will be delighted to find out that there are plenty of choices when it comes to vacation rentals in the city. Imagine spending your next vacation in a property with mountain views, spending your morning with a cup of coffee on your patio or by the fireplace, taking your pet for a walk along the river, inviting friends over for drinks in your heated jacuzzi. These and many more opportunities are awaiting you in Spokane.
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How to get there and what to do
Getting to Spokane will be a hassle-free experience. There are plenty of modes of transportation you will be able to choose from while planning your trip to the city. The Spokane International Airport is the second largest airport in the state of Washington and seven commercial airlines regularly have routes that come to Spokane, including American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta. When arriving at the airport you will be delighted to find out that there are plenty of taxi services and shuttle buses that will provide routes from the airport directly to the city center. However, if you wish to take the bus or the train, you will be able to find the main stations already in the city center of Spokane, making it easy to reach your vacation rental.Where to eat in Spokane
Visitors usually underestimate Spokane when it comes to its culinary scene. However, when visiting the city, they will be pleased to find out that it is a dining destination of the Pacific Northwest. With a thriving culinary scene, you will be able to find grills, cafés and fine dining in Spokane. Head over to Mary Lou’s Milk Bottle for one of the local gems of the city. This historical diner can be found in the Garland District of Spokane. When you arrive there, you will be greeted by an 84-year-old giant milk bottle and a menu filled with over 20 different types of milkshakes. However, for a fancier option, check out the Flying Goat. This gastropub will provide you with crafty Neapolitan pizzas while being surrounded by eastern Washington aesthetics including fire pits and wooden details. Do not miss out on their local beers from Hidden Mother Brewery.
Travelers and activities
While visiting Spokane make sure to spend time discovering the outdoors. Your first stop should be Centennial Trail. This 40-mile paved road can be found right by the side of the stunning Spokane River. You will be able to go running, hiking, horseback riding and canoeing while visiting this trail. You will find that the Centennial Trail is the most popular of the trail systems in eastern Washington and north Idaho with over 2.5 million visitors every year. Mount Spokane is the perfect plan for anyone who wants to experience the mountainside of Washington. This mountain region offers the opportunity to go hiking, skiing, snowboarding and many other mountain activities.Spokane for families
If you are visiting Spokane with your family, here are some fun activities to enjoy all together. One of the most fun activities to do with your family is to spend your afternoon in Riverfront Park. Here you will be able to ride the historic Looff Carrousel, take a stroll around the South Howard St. Bridge, you can rollerblade across the Skate Ribbon, check out the waterfalls and much more. For a more educational activity, visit the Mobius Children’s Museum. The museum will fill you up with hours of entertainment and education learning about sustainable energy and how Spokane has been working towards becoming a greener city.
Did you know that between 1974 and 2004 Spokane was voted as one of the 10 All-American cities?
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These beautiful parks are located in the South Hill neighborhood of the city. You will be able to encounter one of the finest botanical gardens in the United States. Stroll through five different garden areas, including the famous Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden.2. Spokane Falls
The most iconic natural landmark of the city is the river that runs through it. Head over to the Pavilion at Riverfront to find an accessible pedestrian bridge that crosses the river where you will be able to see a fantastic view of the waterfall.3. Dishman Hills Conservation Area
Explore the local flora and fauna of Spokane. This conservation area is filled with hiking trails that connect all the natural spaces. Do not miss out on the Rocks of Sharon, a collection of large granite located on the highest point of the city.4. Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
Also known as the MAC, this is the largest cultural institution of the Inland Northwest. You will be able to explore five underground galleries and rotating exhibits, all with a focus on regional history and Native American culture.5. John A. Finch Arboretum
Another spot to fully absorb nature is this arboretum. Situated in 65 acres of woodland hills, you will be able to visit over 2000 species of trees and shrubs, as well as wildflowers.