Seattle, the largest city in Washington State and home of University of Washington is definitely a place of outdoor activities, modern buildings, elegancy and most of all diversity.
THE SPACE NEEDLE – Enjoy a fine meal in the rotating SkyCity restaurant at 500 feet high and take the most amazing view on Seattle cityscape. The Space Needle is a must-see attraction in Seattle, and it is the city’s symbol, you should not miss it while visiting Seattle.
PIKE PLACE MARKET – The oldest market in the nation, selling seafood, crafts and international foods.
WATERFRONT – Home to the Seattle Aquarium, it provides also a large area of shops, restaurants, excursion boats and maritime sightseeing.
OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK – If you want to enjoy art, then you should take a walk in the part at Seattle Art Museum's new Olympic Sculpture Park, a vibrant green space for residents and visitors to experience art outdoors while enjoying incredible views of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound and the wonderful Seattle's cityscape.
SEATTLE AQUARIUM – No matter if you travel alone or with your family and kids, the aquarium is a great tourist attraction for all ages and it features the world's first aquarium-based salmon ladder, a coastal tidepool, sea otters and a giant Pacific octopus.
PIONEER SQUARE – Located in Seattle's historic district, the square is the ideal place for international dining, art galleries but also great nightlife activities.
WOODLAND PARK ZOO – Considered among the oldest and top ten best zoos in the United States, the Woodland Park Zoo is a 92-acres area of natural habitat exhibits and wildlife.
SEATTLE ART MUSEUM – The museum is home to more than 20,000 art objects from the Pacific Northwest and around the world and you can admire all of these in downtown Seattle.
BENAROYA HALL – Housing the Seattle Symphony, and present in Seattle since 1998, the facility offers 2,500 seats for its visitors.
PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER – Offering laser shows and a Boeing 3-D experience in the IMAX Theatre, the center provides also science and mathematics exhibits to its visitors.
SEATTLE CENTER – Probably the main attraction in the city, the center is actually a 74-acre urban park which houses the Space Needle, Children's Museum, Children's Theatre, Experience Music Project, Seattle Opera, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Key Arena. It is also the place where most of the festivals in Seattle take place and it can be reached from downtown Seattle via a 90-second ride on the Monorail.