Seattle, the capital city of Washington in the United States, is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Known as the Emerald City, Seattle is known for its evergreen trees and spectacular views of the Cascade and Olympic mountains around. The city is the cultural and business center of the Pacific Northwest and is one of the most multicultural and diverse cities in the country. Fifty kilometers southwest of Seattle, away from the rush of the city, lies the quaint town of Tacoma, home to just 20,000 people. The town has a dynamic art scene and a great ballet.The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) is one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world, making air the most convenient way to reach the city. Many online portals can help you identify the cheapest flights you could take to reach there.
This pass grants entry to 6 popular tourist attractions in Seattle for nine days. The included attractions are Space Needle (twice), Seattle Aquarium, Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, a choice between Pacific Science Center and Museum Of Flight and a choice between Museum Of Pop Culture and Woodland Park Zoo.Pike Place Market
Located in the downtown area of the city, this is the largest continually operating farmers’ market in the United States and one of the busiest tourist destinations in the city. The Pike Place Market also houses the original Starbucks and large indoor and outdoor markets.Space Needle
The most iconic landmark of Seattle, the Space Needle offers a majestic view of the city from its revolving top. A short monorail ride away from downtown Seattle, the retro-fusion look of the Space Needle is worth admiring up close.Seattle Giant Wheel
The biggest giant wheel in the United States, the Seattle Wheel offers a panoramic view of the city and the surrounding area.Museum Of Flight
Housing exhibits encompassing the entire history of flight along with models of aircraft ranging from wood and fabric crates to the most cutting edge Concorde, the Museum Of Flight is surely worth a visitMuseum Of Pop Culture
A combination of the erstwhile Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum, the MoPop is a museum dedicated to showcasing pop culture through the ages. The EMP is designed to look like Jimi Hendrix’s smashed guitar.Point Defiance Park
This 100-year-old park in Tacoma is the second-largest city park in the United States. The park features, old forests, gardens, Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, Owen Beach, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum and countless hiking trails. This is the best way to spend an entire day in Tacoma.Museum Of Glass
This museum exhibits the works of Dale Chihuly made entirely from glass. You enter the museum through the 500 meters long Bridge Of Glass, a beautiful sight in itself.Tacoma Dome
An indoor arena in Tacoma, the Dome is near the station and is a magnificent sight to look at.Offbeat ActivitiesBill Speidel's Underground Tour
The most unusual experience to be had in Seattle, this is a tour through the storefront and sidewalks buried under the city when Seattle was rebuilt over itself after the Great Fire.Hot Air Balloon Tours
A photographer’s delight, taking a hot air balloon tour will show you splendid sights of the city and the nearby Mount Rainier.Ride The Ducks Seattle
A 90-minute ride over land and in water in a World War II vehicle, this is one of the most hilarious experiences you can have in Seattle.Savor Seattle Food Tours
Ranked the number one thing to do in Seattle, this tour lets you explore the history, culture, and food that make the city a top culinary destination.Western Prince Whale Watching San Juan Island
Watching the biggest mammal on planet Earth is a grand experience that no traveler should miss when in Seattle.
Seattle Tacoma is must-visit for travelers of all kinds. Do ensure that you book your tickets well in advance to get the lowest airline fares possible.