CHEAP FLIGHTS FROM Seattle TO Greece

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  • $586
    total per person
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    Finnair
    British Airways
    Seattle - Jan, 8th Athens - Jan, 10th
    Athens - Jan, 29th Seattle - Jan, 30th
  • $1056
    total per person
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    Jetblue Airways
    Emirates Airlines
    Seattle - Dec, 17th Athens - Dec, 18th
    Athens - Dec, 31st Seattle - Jan, 1st
  • $479
    total per person
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    Swiss
    United
    Seattle - Jan, 1st Athens - Jan, 3rd
    Athens - Jan, 9th Seattle - Jan, 9th
  • $577
    total per person
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    United
    Lufthansa
    Air Canada
    Seattle - Dec, 25th Athens - Dec, 27th
    Athens - Jan, 8th Seattle - Jan, 9th
  • $632
    total per person
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    British Airways
    Seattle - Feb, 1st Athens - Feb, 3rd
    Athens - Feb, 9th Seattle - Feb, 9th
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Cost of living in Seattle and Greece
Seattle is 55% more expensive than Greece

  Seattle   Greece
1 Summer dress in a chain store $41.67   $45.89
1 Pair of men leather shoes $100.83   $117.05
Imported beer at restaurant $5.00   $5.53
Monthly Pass (local transport) $90.00   $55.27
Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre $1 530.08   $377.64
* All price are converted to USD

Seasonal price trend for cheap flights from Seattle to Greece


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  • 275-
  • $475
    JAN
  • $508
    FEB
  • $475
    MAR
  • $489
    APR
  • $629
    MAY
  • $693
    JUN
  • $817
    JUL
  • $826
    AUG
  • $506
    SEP
  • $688
    OCT
  • $475
    NOV
  • $577
    DEC

Information about travelling from Seattle to Greece

  • Religions of Greece
    Greek Orthodox 98%
    Muslim 1.3%
    other 0.7%
  • Sex ratio of Greece
    0.96 male/female
  • Cellphone owners in Greece
    13.354 million (63rd)
  • The capital city of Greece
    Athens
  • Ethnic groups of Greece
    population: Greek 93%
    other 7%
  • Energy generated from Greece
    Fossil fuels 69%
    Nuclear fuels 0%
    Hydroelectricity 16%
    Other renewable sources 10%