This culinary playground is as buzzy as the coffee it’s famous for.
As the unofficial cultural capital of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle, Washington, is famous for its world-class cuisine and eclectic music scene (this is the birthplace of grunge, after all). And thanks to its location between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, with Mount Rainier towering in the background, wow-worthy vistas and outdoor activities are everywhere.
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Explore Seattle

  • Waterfront
  • Queen Anne
  • Belltown
  • Downtown



Watch while just-caught seafood is brought to shore, then dine on the catch of the day at one of the area’s many restaurants. And the views here are amazing, especially from aboard a ferry or the top of the Seattle Great Wheel.

Known For

Dining, Attractions, Parks

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Queen Anne


Sitting on the city's highest hill, historic Queen Anne is the quintessential Seattle neighborhood, featuring an eclectic mix of indie shops, quaint streets and stunning panoramas. Below all that, Lower Queen Anne is home to Seattle Center, where visitors flock to see and experience some of the city's most prominent landmarks.

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Cultural Attractions, Dining, Performing Arts and Sports Venues, Architecture

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As the epicenter of Seattle's nightlife, Belltown has no shortage of clubs and music venues. Art galleries and the renowned Olympic Sculpture Park make this happening area an art mecca, too.

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Nightlife, Parks, Entertainment

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Home to legendary spots such as the original Starbucks, Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum, the city’s center delivers world-class cultural attractions and postcard-worthy mountain views.

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Dining, Shopping, Views, Culture

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Nearby Hotels and Resorts

Stay in the Center of it All

Immerse yourself in your destination at these centrally located hotels.

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Here’s Your Three-Day Tour of Seattle, Washington — Come Hungry!

City street view.

Explore the Arts

Seattle has always been a fertile ground for new artists and performers. Spend the day getting to know the city's artistic side and its many galleries, museums and performance spaces. Then indulge in next-level sushi and stop into a music club for a live performance.

Lighthouse at sunset

Get Outside

Few cities are as green as Seattle. Whether you’re looking to throw down a picnic blanket and enjoy water views or are in the mood for a cycling session, the city's network of parks, trails and waterways will get your heart pounding. (Fair warning: This place is hilly.)

Neon sign at dusk.

Savor the Flavors

Seattle's vast array of cuisines are the result of the city's diverse population. From top-notch New American restaurants to neighborhood Korean eateries and the freshest seafood, you’ll spend the day savoring flavors all over town.

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