Seattle Tourism & Travel Guide
Welcome to Seattle!
Despite a reputation for rain, Seattle is a hotbed of activity in the Pacific Northwest. Located just two hours south of Vancouver, Canada, the city of Seattle is an international port that boasts three professional sports teams, hundreds of restaurants, a myriad of cultural venues and a lifestyle that is unique to the Pacific Northwest. Recreation abounds here, with golfing, skiing, hiking and camping all within close proximity to the city center. The Pike Place Market is one of the more well known attractions within the city, boasting a variety of shops, fresh food and other services. The Northwest Seaport Maritime Heritage Center is a popular destination for history enthusiasts, as it features an 1897 schooner and other nautical exhibits. Families enjoy visiting the over 1,100 animals, reptiles and birds that make the Woodland Park Zoo their home. The Seattle Aquarium also draws sightseers to its adorable marine mammals, underwater dome and interactive exhibits.
Pike Place Market is one of America's most popular Farmers Markets.
Hotels & Motels
A small luxury hotel located in the heart of Seattle's shopping, business and entertainment district.
Chinatown Discovery Tours include a presentation of Asian heritage and a walking tour of the Chinatown area with a native Seattleite.