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Leave behind the stress of daily life and head deep into the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. That's where you will find the town of Leavenworth, Washington. Somehow, Leavenworth manages to strike the perfect balance between quaintness and liveliness. During your 20-mile drive from Lake Wenatchee State Airport (27W), where Leavenworth flights land, you will get acquainted with the area's dense forest. Once you reach Leavenworth, though, you will find a bustling town full of activity. It's rare to find a place that offers so much. Leavenworth is a true jewel hidden in Washington's mountains.
Public transportation doesn't make much sense in this rural part of Washington, so you will either want to rent a car at Lake Wenatchee State Airport or make sure you choose a hotel that offers shuttle services. Many hotels in Leavenworth do, so feel free to take advantage. If you plan to explore the rivers and forests around Leavenworth, then you will find a rental car useful. A vacation spent in the heart of Leavenworth, however, is just as attractive since it offers so many wonderful restaurants and breweries. Once you reach your hotel and unpack, you will almost certainly want to find refreshments at one of the eateries along Front Street. This is a particularly attractive area for diners who enjoy German fare. Thanks to the town's location along Wenatchee River, you will also find plenty of restaurants serving fresh fish. If you're on a diet, forget about it while you are here. You can work off those calories walking trails and kayaking. You simply cannot pass up the wonderful food that this town serves.
Flights to Leavenworth will give you easy access to some of the most beautiful terrain you have ever seen. Use Travelocity to find cheap flights to Leavenworth. When you take advantage of vacation packages in Leavenworth, you can potentially save over $500. That will give you plenty of cash to enjoy the tastes and sights of central Washington.