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Exploring Seattle

Experience the best of the Pacific Northwest on your Seattle vacation. Get active exploring Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains, examine Indian art and natural history in one of many museums or feast on fresh-caught seafood. Cultured, laid back, and effortlessly hip: Seattle has many unique and exciting attractions that'll leave you with fond vacation memories. With a relatively small downtown area that's easy to navigate by foot or streetcar, you can pack in plenty of galleries, museums, and family-friendly hotspots in a short visit. Seattle has always embraced the new and challenging, and this is reflected in the sheer range of sights to see.


Accommodations in Seattle

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Seattle is the Sleeping Bulldog Bed and Breakfast, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Cottage Lake Tree House Bed and Breakfast in Seattle as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Seattle

- Downtown Seattle


Seattle’s Downtown hugs Puget Sound. Steel and glass high-rises characterize this neighborhood, looming over the waterfront ferry docks and Pike Place Market. In a city known for its relaxed attitude, Downtown Seattle is as bustling as it gets. This is the place to go for upscale department store shopping at Westlake Center and Pacific Place. It’s also the place for nightlife, with the most stylish bars lying just north of Pike Place Market in Belltown. A younger crowd hangs out in the bars of Pioneer Square. Seattle Center’s entertainment district lies to the northeast. Most of the Downtown lies within a fare- free travel zone for city buses. The Monorail stops at Westlake Center.


- Bellevue


A floating bridge connects Seattle to the eastern suburb of Bellevue. And while this neighborhood has its share of gleaming office towers, Bellevue has a peaceful residential feel. Bordered by Lake Washington to the west, Bellevue is home to many of Seattle’s richest residents in their handsome, lakeside homes. Visitors spend most of their time at Bellevue Square, a center for trendy shops and first-rate seafood restaurants overlooking Lake Washington.


Transportation in Seattle

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the main gateway by air, and serves both international and domestic flights. There are direct trains from the airport and straight into the city, taking just 37 minutes on average. Those coming in by train can alight at King Street Station, while those driving can use Interstate Highway 5(I-5) as it cuts through the middle of the city.


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