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Visit Seattle, USA



Fresh market

Visit Pike Place Market, the oldest farmers market in the U.S. and site of the first Starbucks. Ask about tours with a Four Seasons chef to sample fresh produce and get tips on recognizing top quality. The market also sells antiques and goods from around the world.

Museum quality

Explore the huge, daring and diverse collection at the Seattle Art Museum. You’ll find displays of Native American and modern Pacific Northwest art, an outdoor sculpture park, and a separate museum devoted entirely to Asian art.

Panoramic views

Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle has become Seattle’s most famous icon. Equivalent in height to a 60-storey building, the tower gives 360-degree views of skyscrapers, mountains and sea. For a different perspective, visit the Space Needle at night to enjoy a virtual galaxy of lights. Also a part of the city’s skyline is the Seattle Great Wheel. Situated on the waterfront, the 175-foot (53-metre) observation wheel allows you to see across Elliot Bay on one side and downtown Seattle on the other.

Island exploration

It’s easy to get in touch with the rustic charm of the Pacific Northwest. Just take the 35-minute ferry across Puget Sound to Bainbridge Island, with its earthy arts community, trendy cafés and hiking trails that weave through the Bloedel Reserve.

Musical interlude

With imagination-stretching architecture by Frank O. Gehry, the EMP Museum showcases rare artefacts from pop music history and encourages visitors to create their own music with interactive displays such as Sound Lab and On Stage.


Success stories

Lilit Simonyan

Jun 06 at 16:17 pm
Did it

Mája Zunová

Nov 06 at 22:48 pm
Saw Seattle for the first time in my life last year...and this year I just had to come back!

traveliseverything _

Oct 18 at 17:37 pm

Naomi Zuniga

Jan 12 at 23:02 pm
Had lots of fun seeing the sights. Especially the Troll!!!

Kylee champion

Feb 20 at 07:12 am
I live about 3 hours from Seattle and my family and I love to visit or go see the mariners play.

Daniela Aiz

Jan 24 at 06:15 am
It was beautiful

Margriet Spriensma

Dec 18 at 22:41 pm