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Seattle, Washington

Progressive yet laid-back, Seattle, also called 'The Emerald City', is the largest city of Washington State, and is home to the iconic Space Needle, the famous Pike Place Market, and the new Chihuly Garden and Glass. Noted as the birthplace of grunge music and coffee shops like Starbucks and Tully’s, Seattle is far sunnier than its reputation as a rainy city.

Facts

730,000 (2018)
911
Most stores are open all week from 10am to 8pm or later.
Most bars and clubs close around 2am.
Visit Seattle
701 Pike Street
Lobby of the Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, WA 98101
+1 866 732 2695 or +1 206 461 5840
visinfo@visitseattle.org
Open Monday through Friday and summer weekends, 9am to 5pm.

The City of Seattle

The uniqueness of Seattle is the combination of a metropolitan city, a collection of neighborhoods each with its own personality and a natural setting of lakes and mountains. In Seattle, you can kayak by day and go to the opera at night. Local tourism officials describe the city as "metronatural." Yet, the entire city shares a collective vibe that is casual, educated, and forward-thinking.

Sitting between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, the city’s shoreline offers piers, waterside attractions and a variety of water tours. Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in Washington, is less than 60 miles away and on a clear day it dominates the southeastern horizon of Seattle. About the same distance north of the city sits Mount Baker, one of the snowiest places in the world.

Technology has emerged as a major influence on local culture. The Seattle-area is home to companies like Amazon.com and Microsoft (in nearby Redmond). Boeing is also a major local employer, and visitors can tour the factory where they build and test their aircraft. One of the city's most popular attractions, The Museum of Flight, highlights aviation and space history.

Do & See in Seattle

For those visiting Seattle for the first time, taking a tour is a great way to get a feel for the local history and attractions. Seattle offers a variety of ways to explore and enjoy the city.

A Seattle Double Decker Tour is an easy way to see the best sites of Seattle. Hop on or off at any attraction, or ride the entire loop for a complete tour. A lake cruise will give a uniquely different view of the city and its waters. Some lake tours offer dining options to enjoy while you take in spectacular waterfront views. Or, you can enjoy Seattle from both land and water on a one-of-a-kind Duck Tour aboard a WWII amphibious landing craft. Whichever you choose, a tour is a perfect, family-friendly way to explore the many sights, sounds and attractions of Seattle.

In addition to the Space Needle, Seattle's most recognizable landmark, visitors should be sure to include a visit to the world renowned Seattle Art Museum (called SAM by locals). Popular outdoor activities include whale watching tours, winery visits and the 270-foot waterfall at Snoqualmie Falls is a shutter-bug's delight. Top off any day in Seattle with a wide choice of museums, live music venues and neighborhood coffee shops.
Space Needle
Built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle is 605 feet high with an observation deck at 520 feet and the rotating SkyCity restaurant at 500 feet. From the top of the Needle one can see not only the Downtown Seattle skyline, but also the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Elliott Bay and surrounding islands.
Seattle Aquarium
The Seattle Aquarium is the ninth largest aquarium in the U.S. by attendance and the region’s premier resource for hands-on marine experiences and conservation education. The Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound and our world's one big ocean.
Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour
Choose from a variety of tours, many with dining options, from Elliot Bay and Seattle Harbor. Tours provide wonderful views of the Seattle skyline, waterfront and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.
Pacific Science Center
Washington's leading institution for fun and engaged learning allures curiosity in people of all ages and inspire creative thinking with its award-winning, interactive programs and exhibits. Spend some hours here and explore the IMAX® movie theater, Laser Dome, planetarium shows, live science shows and the tropical butterfly house.
Pike Place Market
Open since 1907, Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers' markets in the United States. Overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, the Market is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. Pay attention to the “Caution Low Flying Fish” sign as you approach the Pike Place Fish Market, famous for hurling each customer's fish across the counter for wrapping.
Woodland Park Zoo
Seattle's 92-acre, award-winning zoo exhibits nearly 1,100 animals representing almost 300 different animal species – from tiny insects to the largest land mammal on the planet, the African elephant. Beside hosting beautiful animals, the Woodland Park Zoo provides shops and some dining options.
The Museum of Flight
Enjoy an all-encompassing aviation experience displaying a massive collection of flying machines from the first primitive gliders to today’s most modern aircraft. Tour includes a stop at the “Red Barn" which was the original manufacturing facility for Boeing.
Seattle Art Museum
SAM (as it's called by locals) is an internationally renowned museum with three distinct venues including the Seattle Asian Art Museum and the Olympic Sculpture Park. You can easily wander around for hours and explore the art from different time periods and countries.

Dining in Seattle

Seattle's dining scene is surprisingly diverse. In addition to the expected Northwestern style seafood restaurants and steakhouses, visitors will find a variety of restaurants with influences from Latin America, Asia, France and other places not normally associated with the Northwest. Many restaurant menus are rooted in fresh seafood, an abundance of small-scale producers, great local wines and an ever-growing pool of talented chefs.

Foodies will enjoy the Savor Seattle Food Tour at Pike Place Market. This two-hour walking tour gets behind the scenes to experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of this historic 105-year old landmark. A gourmet restaurant tour and a chocolate tour are also available in the city. Get more info at www.savorseattletours.com.
Fisherman's Restaurant & Bar
Experience the best in fresh Northwest seafood. Located at the end of Pier 57 with amazing waterfront views. On the menu you will not only find mouth-watering seafood dishes such as grilled salmon fillet and king crab, but also pasta dishes and steaks.
El Gaucho
Seattle's premier steakhouse, where the details are carefully and thoughtfully executed and where every guest receives impeccable service and high quality food. Enjoy your delicious food, prepared with the finest ingredients while listening to live jazz piano music.
Dahlia Lounge
When stomachs start rumbling it might be a good idea to visit the Dahlia Lounge. With its wood adorned ceiling, wine colored booths, supported by a soft ambiance of the many ceiling lights, you can feel the stress disappearing. Featuring Northwest cuisine, this imaginative and inventive restaurant has become synonymous with a visit to Seattle.
13 Coins Restaurant
The 13 Coins Restaurant, a Seattle institution since 1967, offers an exhibition kitchen, live music in the Night Owl Lounge and twice daily happy hour. Open 24 hours. Whether you're going for an all nighter with a wide selection of wines and cocktails, or a calm morning breakfast with one of their famous omelettes, The 13 Coins offer an enjoyable experience for any mood.
Andaluca Restaurant & Bar
Enjoy fresh seasonal Northwest foods combined with Mediterranean flavors and techniques in a warm, upbeat atmosphere. Besides offering tasty food such as Andaluca paella, grilled halibut and grilled pork tenderloin, they also provide gluten-free menu. Reservations recommended.
Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria
When travelling through Seattle, one must definitely have a taste of all the different cultures that are found throughout the city. The Northwest's first Certified Neapolitan Pizzeria serves wood fired pizzas, salads, gelato and award winning cocktails. Aperitivo Italiano Happy Hour 3-6 p.m. Their pizzaioli are skilled in giving you the toppings that you prefer or would like to see on a pizza. Let your mind go free and enjoy the hospitality of Italy.
Duke's Chowder House Lake Union
Award winning chowders, fresh seafood, prize winning Caesar salad, and outstanding cheeseburgers can all be found at Duke's. Duke set a goal for himself, which is to serve the world's best seafood and to provide it in the most natural way possible, without added chemicals. Enjoy the flavor of the sea with fish coming directly from Alaska.
Alibi Room
A hip, stylish little Seattle restaurant and bar located under the Pike Place Market, the Alibi Room serves up excellent seafood and other unique offerings while pairing the cuisine with some seriously stiff drinks. The Alibi Room gets seriously packed with the “in” crowd so if you want to eat it’s best to make a reservation.

Cafés in Seattle

Seattle is home to both Starbucks and Tully's Coffee but these two caffeine-driven powerhouses are not alone in café offerings of the city. Many independent cafés are finding their niche with a wide-variety of coffee roasts and specialty pastries and food items. A short walk in most any direction will bring you quickly to a café to enjoy a unique treat and a cup of Joe.

True coffee-worshipers should visit the very first Starbucks which opened in 1971 in the Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle. Because the Market is a historic district with design guidelines, the store retains its original look.
Cortona Cafe
The Cortona Cafe is a hotspot within the Seattle urban district by offering a comfortable place to be, whether for conversation or updating your Facebook status. Enjoy free WiFi, espresso from Herkimer Coffee, homemade Belgian waffles, pastries from various local bakeries (vegan, wheat and gluten free available), beer, wine, rotating monthly artists, community events and more. The café also makes sure to add various events within the building, such as the exposition of art.
Café Besalu
Café Besalu is a small family bakery in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood. Lines for Besalu pastries and coffee are often long, but people patiently wait in anticipation as the smell of French pastries, freshly pulled out of the oven, fill the air.
Van Gogh Coffeehouse
With over 18 years of experience in making coffee, the Van Gogh Coffeehouse is an experience every visitor in Seattle needs to have. The Coffeehouse is a small coffee shop nestled in the heart of Seattle's Wedgwood neighborhood. They feature fast and friendly baristas, excellent espresso, breakfast sandwiches, made to order Panini and a cozy community gathering place.
Artisan Café
Ever wondered where to find those small but cozy cafe's on a corner street? Then you might want to check out the Artisan Café. A tiny café by the monorail, the Artisan Café offers local coffee roasted in Seattle, cold and pressed sandwiches, Vietnamese baguettes, frozen yogurt and homemade baked goods with pastries from local bakeries.
El Diablo Coffee
El Diablo Coffee is Seattle’s only Latin style coffee house. With a menu that ranges from coffee to cake, from salad to sherry, there's something for everyone. Surrounded by hand-painted murals with Cuban or Brazilian music in the air, El Diablo is a hot spot you won't soon forget.
Le Panier
In the middle of the Seattle buzz, step into a piece of little France by going to Le Panier. They are a bakery with a French heritage, and will prepare various kinds of sandwiches and croissants. Prices vary for each prepared item, so it is possible to go for a lunch or even for a small snack.
Portage Bay Cafe
This busy cafe is famous throughout the neighborhood for its special all day breakfast menu that includes some international influences with items like Swedish pancakes, flour cakes made with rice and tapioca, and veggie shawarma. Reserve a table in advance to avoid the crowd.
Bakery Nouveau
Named best bakery in town multiple times, Nouveau opened its doors to the public more than 20 years ago, and continues to make history with its tasty french-inspired pastries. Every little bite of any of their one-of-a kind creations is pure magic, from the breakfast pastries to the bread. As for desserts, give the Phoenix Cake a try (a cool creamy mousse), which is one of their classics.

Bars & Nightlife in Seattle

Seattle has no shortage of local bars and nightclubs that are sure to make any visitor feel like a real native. Blues clubs, British bars, Irish pubs, lounges, dive bars and college bars are just a few of the varieties you will find. Just as Seattle's food scene relishes using local products, their bars show local pride with most having at least a couple of regional and local beers on tap. The city was early to the craft cocktail craze, in which hand-mixed cocktails with fresh juices and garnishes push your typical margarita mix.

During the 1980s and early 1990s, a collection of bands from Seattle cultivated a distinct sound commonly known as grunge. A mixture of hard rock, punk and metal, the so-called “Seattle sound” helped foster the contemporary rock movement. Several top grunge bands call Seattle home including Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains. The live music scene in Seattle is vibrant.
74th Street Ale House
Boasting one of the best beer selections of any bar in Seattle, the 74th Street Ale House features local micro-brews, unique imports and some excellent pub grub. All of their food is made fresh to order with selections ranging from soups and salads to sandwiches and pastas along with plenty of vegetarian options.
Alibi Room
A hip, stylish little Seattle restaurant and bar located under the Pike Place Market, the Alibi Room serves up excellent seafood and other unique offerings while pairing the cuisine with some seriously stiff drinks. The Alibi Room gets seriously packed with the “in” crowd so if you want to eat it’s best to make a reservation.
The Beer Junction
Located in the heart of West Seattle, The Beer Junction is a bottle shop and beer bar offering Seattle's largest beer selection with 1,300 different domestic and imported beers from over 50 countries and 23 rotating taps.
The Knee High Stocking Company
Located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, The Knee High Stocking Company is a prohibition-themed speakeasy bar that features craft cocktails and new American small plates.
Tractor Tavern
With old tractor parts and farming tools decorating the walls, the Tractor Tavern is a pure American nightspot that features a variety of music each week ranging from country to rock, from folk to jazz, and from zydeco to bluegrass. Down-home cooking is also available at the “Double T.” Immerse yourself in the Texan-inspired venue.
The Triple Door
When the sun's down, the moon accompanies you and Seattle's nightlife embraces you, The Triple Door is sure to provide you with an entertaining evening. As a renovated historical building, the original stage now provides live entertainment as you enjoy various wines and cocktails. Dinner is also provided during the shows, so you can enjoy eating among the musical company of the performers on stage.
The Crocodile
With a big fan club, the Crocodile has been providing live entertainment since 1991. Several music genres being enjoyed at the venue ranging from hip-hop to punk rock. Many famous names have already set foot in the building such as Macklemore, Beastie Boys, The Lonely Forest and many more. Take a seat, enjoy fresh baked pizza, and cold drinks while enjoying their smashing shows.
Club Contour
When looking for a nightclub to spend your Seattle nightlife at, Club Contour can provide you with a memorable time. Their menu involves tacos, fries and various soups and sauces, as well as a daily happy hour. Easy to say, It's not a club for the faint-hearted and it can get quite rowdy in there. However, with their low prices and occasional special events such as movie night, where they play cult classics on a big projector, you sure can expect a good time.

Shopping in Seattle

Seattle is home to excellent shopping all over the city with several unique shopping districts including Downtown Seattle, Pioneer Square, Chinatown-International District, University District and Pike Place Market.

Downtown Seattle shopping is a square of several blocks with large names such as Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom and Gap. Downtown is also the location of two large malls, Westlake Center Plaza and Pacific Place.

Laying claim as the city's “first neighborhood," Pioneer Square is a richly historic place known for its Renaissance Revival architecture, First Thursday art walks, night life and quirky boutiques. The Square runs between the Alaskan Way Viaduct and 4th Avenue, from Columbia Street on the north side to CenturyLink Field on the south side.

The Chinatown-International District is a multi-cultural, diverse area to find unique gifts and shops with roots from all over Asia. The district includes Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese and Southeast Asian influence. Just south of Pioneer Square, the eight-block district is within walking distance from Downtown Seattle and Pike Place Market.

Located just north of downtown Seattle and close to the University of Washington, the University District, sometimes called U District, offers a unique formula of locally-owned boutiques and signature national retailers.

Pike Place Market is Seattle's famous waterfront shopping area that features local produce, fresh fish and an abundance of incredible restaurants.
Pike Place Market
Open since 1907, Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers' markets in the United States. Overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, the Market is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. Pay attention to the “Caution Low Flying Fish” sign as you approach the Pike Place Fish Market, famous for hurling each customer's fish across the counter for wrapping.
Ben Bridge Jeweler
Since 1912, Ben Bridge Jeweler has been committed to offering the finest jewelry and unsurpassed personal service at the best value.
Crossroads Trading Company
Crossroads Trading Company is a new and recycled fashion retailer that has been serving its fashionable and environmentally conscious customers since 1991.
Archie McPhee
Archie McPhee has been supplying gifts and toys to Seattle since 1983. Located in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, it’s a one-stop shop for party supplies, crafts, costumes, miniatures and the weirdest collection of toys and candy that you’ve ever seen. Widely considered to be a Mecca for connoisseurs of the strange and one of Seattle’s top ten weird destinations, it is truly an attraction without a parallel.
Zumiez
If you're looking to dive into action sports during your time in Seattle and you're looking for gear, then Zumiez would be among the best of choices. Founded in 1978, they have a large array of clothing for the skater, surfer and snowboarder. Be sure to drop by one of their many stores in the city to fulfill your action sports needs.
CarToys
If you're going to drive around Seattle and maybe even the entire state, be sure to drop by Car Toys. They are able to sell you any electronics for your vehicle. Whether you need more music, speakers or a new GPS device, they have it all. Not going by car, but by motorcycle? Nothing to worry about, Car Toys also offers equipment and accessories for special vehicles including motorcycles and ATV's.
Sole Food
When walking around Seattle, your feet do all your work for you, so be sure to invest in some proper footwear while you're there. With their knowledgeable and friendly staff, Soul Food makes sure you walk away in style. Located in the University Shopping Center just South of Northgate Mall, you cannot possible miss it while enjoying the city.
Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI)
Exploring the city of Seattle is already a great adventure, but the surrounding nature has many great options as well. So why not stock up on recreational equipment to be fully prepared for your outdoor adventure. REI offers apparel and equipment for all kinds of adventures. Whether you want to go snowboarding or camping, they can meet all your needs.

Tourist Information for Seattle

When visiting any city in the U.S., make sure to always carry a valid ID with you, and adhere to the traffic regulations that might differ from your own country.
Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
You can take public transportation, shuttles or taxis between Seattle and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Sound Transit connects the airport to downtown Seattle on its Central Link light rail. Trains operate from 05:16 until 00:07 weekdays, 05:18 a.m. until 00:04 on Saturdays, and from 06:17 until 23:05 on Sundays and holidays. Trains run every 7 to 10 minutes during most of the day, up to 20 minutes during non-peak hours. To get to the station, use Sky Bridge 6 on the north side of the airport.

Sound Transit also provides two bus routes from the airport. Route 560 connects the airport to Bellevue, Renton, Burien and West Seattle. It operates from 05:45 to 23:16 twice an hour weekdays, hourly on weekends from 06:00 to 23:30. Route 574 serves Lakewood, Federal Way and Tacoma. Buses operate from 04:30 to 22:11; daily every 30 to 60 minutes. For more information on either the Central Link light rail or the bus lines, go to www.soundtransit.org or call +1 800 201 4900.

King County Metro Transit has two routes that serve the airport. Route 194 serves downtown Seattle and Federal Way. The route operates daily from 5:05 a.m. to 10:33 p.m., every 15 to 30 minutes. Route 140 goes between Burien and Renton, with the airport being about half way between. Service runs from about 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. daily, every 15 to 30 minutes. For more information, go to: www.kingcounty.gov/transportation.aspx or call +1 206 553 3000.

All buses leave from Door 6 outside of baggage claim on the lower level.
Passport/Visa
Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.
Best Time to Visit
If you are planning to visit Seattle, the perfect time is late June or early September, when the crowds disperse and hotel costs do go down. In these periods you can still enjoy a lovely weather but as it is unpredictable don't forget to bring a raincoat/umbrella. July and August – the driest and sunniest months of the year – mark the beginning of the peak season, meaning that prices rise due to a significant presence of tourists.

Some key events throughout the year:
May-June:
-Seattle International Film Festival
July:
-Seattle International BeerFest
August:
-Seattle Air Fair
September:
-Bumbershoot
Time Zone
Seattle is located in the Pacific Time zone, and all times are reflected in Pacific Time.
Pharmacy
In the US, pharmacies sell two different types of medication: over the counter (sold freely), and medicines that require a prescription that can be issued only by doctors.

The opening hours are normally from 9.00 to 21.00, 7 days a week.
Public Transport
King County Metro Transit:
The “Metro” public bus system operates throughout Seattle and King County. To find a route, maps and fare information for travel throughout and beyond Seattle, visit Metro online at metro.kingcounty.gov.

Metro's Route 99 connects Seattle's International District, Pioneer Square, First Avenue destinations including the Seattle Art Museum and Pike Place Market, and Elliott Bay waterfront attractions such as the Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Aquarium and ferry services. Visit Metro Online for a route map and timetable.

South Lake Union Streetcar:
The South Lake Union Streetcar links Seattle's downtown core to the South Lake Union neighborhood and new 12-acre Waterfront Park. Visit www.seattlestreetcar.org for a route map, hours of operation and ticket prices.

Seattle Center Monorail:
The nation's first full-scale commercial monorail system provides a fun, two-minute link from downtown Seattle to the Seattle Center daily. The Seattle Center station is across from the Space Needle. In downtown Seattle, catch the monorail at Westlake Center at Fifth Avenue and Pine Street. Learn more at www.seattlemonorail.com.

Sound Transit:
Link Light Rail connects downtown Seattle with Sea-Tac International Airport, making interim stops in Southeast Seattle neighborhoods.

Sounder Commuter Trains operated between downtown Seattle, Tacoma and Everett
Taxi
Seattle has several major taxicab companies to get you to and from Sea-Tac International Airport, as well as take care of your transportation needs around town.

Orange Cab
+1 206 522 8800
www.orangecab.net

STITA Taxi
+1 206 246 9999
www.stitataxi.com

Yellow Cab
+1 206 622 6500
www.seattleyellowcab.com
Car Rentals
Car rental companies have rental offices in downtown Seattle, at Sea-Tac International Airport, in Bellevue and Seattle’s Eastside communities and throughout the region.

Some rental car companies are:
- Sixt Rent A Car
+1 206 508 0040
1521 2nd Ave Unit R2, Seattle

- Budget Car Rental
+1 206 682 8989
Financial District, 801 4th Ave, Seattle

- Enterprise Rent-A-Car
+1 206 382 1051
1601 3rd Ave, Seattle
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