We often start or end our luxury Alaska cruises in the charming town of Sitka; this incredible community has a lot to offer visitors.
With great food, incredible history, and outstanding people, Sitka is a great addition to your Alaskan cruise. Sitka was once the Russian capital of the Alaskan territory, and the town's architecture still reflects these Eastern European roots. It also has a rich Native American history, and is still highly influenced by the Tlingit culture.
Today you can enjoy a stroll along the harbor, or explore some of the cultural artifacts in the Sheldon Jackson Museum. This island town is a perfect stop to help you readjust to dry land, or get your bearings before heading out on the Sikumi. Whether you choose to spend a few days here before your cruise or linger after, you will be glad you included Sitka in your itinerary.
Top 5 Restaurants in Sitka, Alaska
256 Katlian St, Sitka, AK 99835-7501
Ph: 1 907-966-3663, Website: http://www.ludvigsbistro.com
Ludvig’s Bistro is known for tapas, seafood, soup and salads.
407 Lincoln St, Upstairs/ Elevator, Sitka, AK 99835-7656
Ph: 1 907-747-5300, Website: http://www.sitkabayviewpub.com
The Pub is known for seafood, sandwiches, soups and salads, burgers, and steaks
The Larkspur Cafe:
2 Lincoln Street, Ste 1A, Sitka, AK 99835-7570
Ph: 1 907-966-2326,
The Larkspur Cafe is known for soups, sandwiches, and burgers
Westmark Sitka: 330 Seward St, Sitka, AK 99835-7523
Ph: 1 907-747-6241, Website: http://www.westmarkhotels.com
2906 Halibut Point Rd, Sitka, AK 99835-9668
Ph: 1 907-747-7440, Website: http://sitkachannelclub.com/
Channel Club is known for seafood and american
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