Juneau VacationsUnited States
Alaska’s capital city of Juneau is quite the unique location as far as major Alaskan cities are concerned. This expansive city with a population of around thirty thousand is spread out over a wide region of hard to traverse mountains and valleys. The two main sections --Downtown and the Valley-- …

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Reviews of Juneau

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage, Alaska, USA
10/06/2018

Cool little seaside town in southwest Alaska which is also the state capital. Spend a weekend or more in Juneau and watch the cruise ships pull in and out or walk the docks to Tracy's King Crab Shack. Tons of hiking in every direction. There's a little bit of everything in Juneau but sunshine is in short supply. Matenuska Glacier and whale watching are also big hits.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford (town), New York
03/06/2012

We visited Juneau as the first port in our Alaska Inner Passage cruise. As we approached the city, my first reaction was "Where is the rest of it"? I was expecting a state capitol to offer more....Maybe at least one tall building? The downtown is walkable and offers signage teaching you about history of the area. Juneau is near the famous Mendenhall Glacier, also included in popular Alaska cruises.

Yvonne Brett
Yvonne BrettSan Diego, California
03/09/2015

Juneau is a great little town! If you are on a cruise ship, it will surely be one of your stops. There is a lot to do and see here: cute little shops, the Red Dog Saloon, Mendenhall Glacier, the Rainforest Garden, ziplining, dog sledding, etc. We had a wonderful time!

Robin Lampert
Robin Lampert
01/08/2015

I caught an Orca Whale as he jumped not far from our excursion Alaska should be number one on anyone's bucket list. The scenery is gorgeous and the cruise was fantastic on Seven Seas Navigator. There was even a naturalist on board who we could listen to as we came and left pot. Book now.

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