Juneau, Alaska

Like many Alaskan towns, Juneau was born because of gold. When Joe Juneau and Richard Harris found a treasure trove of gold here in 1880.

This gorgeous city is a centerpiece of an Inside Passage cruise and a great jumping-off point for independent travel within Southeast Alaska.

Hemmed in by water and soaring mountains, this town of 30,000 residents doesn’t even have a road linking it with the outside world—airplanes and boats are the only ways to get here and away.

Juneau makes for a great jumping-off point for outdoor activities all over the northern Panhandle, as well as an excellent home base to explore Southeast Alaska.

Other Alaskan Destinations

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Sitka, Alaska

Sitka has become a captivating destination offering countless ways for visitors to explore it and learn its story.

Skagway, Alaska

Skagway is known mostly because of its better harbor, White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad