WASHINGTON'S 360 ° VIEW
In the 184m high "Space Needle" you can not only enjoy the
food in the revolving restaurant, but also the excellent view.
MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK
Mt. Rainier covers an area of around 950 square
kilometers. On the way you will see plenty of nature and a rich variety of
SEATTLE'S PIKE PLACE MARKET
This long-established market has become an attraction
because there are nicely arranged stands and a lot of goodies.
CHIHULY GARDEN AND GLASS
This museum is a monument to glass as an art form. It shows
Chihuly's work and it will amaze you.
Overlooking Mount Rainier, Seattle offers world-class
restaurants, famous coffee culture and many attractions.
Welcome to Seattle! Because of its many parks and green
spaces, this city is affectionately referred to as the "Emerald City". Let
yourself be enchanted by the unique flair of this metropolis in the
northwest of the USA!
Seattle is located close to snow-capped Mount Rainier and is
known for its mild temperatures, cultural attractions and sporting events
that invite you to explore this diverse city all year round. Although
Seattle has so much to offer, the city is never overcrowded. With the coast
in the foreground and the glittering snow-capped mountains in the
background, Seattle makes the perfect postcard motif.
Come to Seattle and experience a big city that has a lot of
serenity and frankness to offer, and sometimes looks like a small
town. Seattle is a location for dance and film productions; dozens of
festivals take place every year. It is not for nothing that the metropolis
in the state of Washington was voted one of the most popular cities in
ATTRACTIONS IN SEATTLE
Downtown & Shopping in Seattle
The first thing you should do in Seattle is to visit the Space Needle in
downtown to get an overview from up there. Then it's best to drop by the
Pike Place Market and enjoy a day in the vibrant city life with excellent
opportunities for shopping and going out.
Nightlife in Seattle
Be it rousing music or a romantic restaurant for two - no problem! A great
live music program is offered in the Baltic Room, in the Neighbors or in the
Tractor Lounge. Or relax with a cool beer in the Comet Tavern. Of course,
Seattle also has a Hard Rock Café. There is something for everyone.
What would your stay in Seattle be without a Pacific Whale Watching Tour or
a walk in one of the many parks? Marvel at the picturesque beaches of the
Pacific coast or the desert-like area at Yakima. The volcanoes on Mount
Rainier are particularly impressive. All of these scenic beauties also make
Seattle a paradise for nature lovers.
Pike Place Market
In the historic district of Seattle you will find the Pike Place
Market. Here all shops still have their original appearance. You will also
find colorful stalls and small treasures between market barkers and fish
vendors. It's great to shop here! And stop by the first Starbucks store from
1971, which is just around the corner!
The Space Needle is the symbol of Seattle and has shaped the cityscape for
half a century. The 184.4 meter tower was built in 1962 for the “Century 21
Exposition” world exhibition. There is a viewing platform at almost 160
meters and offers a great overview of the city.
Museums in Seattle
Whether you're a lover of art, history, or literature, Seattle has a museum
for everyone. The Seattle Art Museum, the Chihuly Garden and Glass and the
Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) are especially recommended for art and music
lovers. The museums are one of the highlights of Seattle - take some time
for your favorite exhibition.
Green Lake Park
The park is centrally located in the north of Seattle and is surrounded by a
5 km long path for runners, skaters and cyclists. You can also go fishing
here or go swimming. If you want, you can rent a canoe or even take sailing
lessons. There is also a golf course in the immediate vicinity.