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Best place for fresh produce!

By indieandiejones , October 2010

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Ratings

Pike Place market is the most top notch place to buy all of the local grown produce you could ask for. prices are way better than the supermarkets and everything is in season. Read more

Seattle Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 903 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Seattle is the city that a lot of people think of when they think of the Pacific Northwest. Renowned for its famous coffee, Starbucks, Seattle’s Best Coffee and Tully’s, and for the creation of the ...  Read more

Ferries from Seattle

By Viator, January 2011

4.5 star rating: Recommended 369 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The rain-splattered splendors of the Puget Sound are easily accessible by ferry from the docks and piers of the Port of Seattle, Washington. The so-called Emerald City has its fair share of charms, ...  Read more

5 Ways to Get on the Water in Seattle

By Viator, February 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 69 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

While Seattle has much to offer visitors on land, there are many great experiences to be had on water, as well. Along with being a top whale-watching destination, Seattle has the country’s largest ...  Read more

The Beer Lover's Guide to Seattle

By Viator, June 2013

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

For those looking for a worthwhile beer destination, Seattle may be just what you’re looking for. Washington is home to over 80 breweries, most of which are in Seattle. Moreover, Seattle hosts ...  Read more

Lummi Island

By Skootre , USA, October 2010

Highly recommended island in the San Juans, about 3 hours north of Seattle. The ferry ride is actually only 10 minutes long - the island is really close to the mainland. But Lummi is special in that ...  Read more

How to Go Whale Watching in Seattle

By Jessica F , March 2013

For travelers to Seattle interested in a unique animal encounter, the destination is popular for whale watching. Near Seattle’s San Juan Islands you’ll find three pods of orca (killer) whales. ...  Read more

Exploring the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle

By Jessica F , February 2013

For those interested in an artistic outdoor experience, Seattle, Washington, is home to the Olympic Sculpture Park. Operated by the Seattle Art Museum, the park opened in 2007 and features nine acres ...  Read more

Romantic Things to Do in Seattle

By Jessica F , February 2013

For couples looking for a romantic getaway, Seattle , Washington , has much to offer. From beautiful outdoor spaces to world-class wine bars to ambiance dinner cruises, there are many enchanting ...  Read more

How to Spend a Rainy Day in Seattle

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

Anyone who’s lived in Seattle or visited before will know that a rainy day in the city is not that uncommon; over 200 days of the year are cloudy, and when taking into consideration the number ...  Read more

Getting Around in Seattle

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

With loads of sights to see and a reputation for having some of the best public transportation systems in the U.S., Seattle is one place you don’t have to worry about navigation going wrong. ...  Read more

Twilight Movie Locations in the Pacific Northwest

By Natalie Grant , USA, November 2012

Let’s face it – even if you haven’t jumped on the vampire-swooning bandwagon, it’s not like the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest aren’t a beautiful trip to take anyway; so if any of your ...  Read more

Chittenden Locks and Fish Ladder

By Natalie Grant , USA, October 2012

The Ballard Locks (otherwise referred to as the Chittenden Locks ) attracts visitors for its unique fish ladder—a special site where wild salmon navigate over 21 rungs; you can watch them fight ...  Read more

Chuhuley Glass Museum

By Linda R , September 2012

This is one of the best art museum I have visited! Should be on the City Pass. EMS museum is for hard rockers not people who enjoy classical and jazz. Too narrow to encompass most people. Read more

5 Things to Do at Pike Place Market

By Natalie Grant , USA, September 2012

Originally open in 1907, Pike Place Market is now one of the nation’s oldest public farmers’ markets and thus a prime spot for strolling, shopping and eating. Hundreds of stalls, fresh  ...  Read more

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