No matter how you arrive, it’s easy to get to Spokane and easy to navigate once you’re here. We’re the biggest dot on I-90 between Seattle and Minneapolis, so we’re a pretty big car town that was built around easy access into town and out to points beyond, from the ski resorts of Northeast Washington and North Idaho, to the Palouse and, to our southwest, Washington’s wine country.
That isn't the whole story, though. We have a great little international-ish airport five minutes from town and AMTRAK’s incredible Empire Builder line offers spectacular, little-seen routes to Spokane from Seattle, Portland and as far east as Chicago. You can reach us by bus, too, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Once here, travelers will find a public transit system that ranks 43rd in ridership per capita in the nation. We love our cars, but we love our buses too, and with routes crisscrossing all over town, out to the airport and as far east as Liberty Lake, it’s easy to see why.
This website and tourism campaign was made possible through grants from the City of Spokane Lodging and Tax Funds, Tourism Promotion Area, Visit Spokane and Inland Northwest Business Alliance.