Seattle is the largest city in both the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America and, as of July 2014, is the fastest-growing major city in the United States. This is a coastal seaport city and the seat of King County in US of Washington.





Bainbridge Island / Brementon

Bainbridge Island has a flourishing arts and dining scene earning raves. A 35- minutes ferry ride from downtown Seattle this is a very charming small town.

Brementon  it’s desirable to visit here, a Kitsap Peninsula town known for its naval history, by boat. From downtown Seattle, the Washington State Ferries trip is an hour of Puget Sound panoramas. The boat ride itself is worth the trip, and the final destination has just as much appeal.



maritime-centric field with fishers, millworkers, and boatbuilders, many of Scandinavian descent. While the historic neighborhood maintains its working waterfront, a lineup of trendy bars, shops, and restaurants, plus a pedestrian-friendly layout, have helped it transform into one of the city’s hippest hot spots for visitors and locals alike.


Bellevue / Eastside

From Bellevue, the “Eastside” straighten with an infinite of glee for visitors to explore. Perfect for your travel and take in the panoramic views at the Golf Club at Newcastle. Extract your way from tasting room to tasting room in Woodinville Wine Country. Or take a short drive to Snoqualmie Falls, a breathtaking 268-foot waterfall and a fitting introduction to the Cascade Mountain Range. You can also find here the 2 big companies which are Microsoft and Amazon.


North of downtown Seattle, where you can find voguish dining, shopping places, mix of high-rise condos. This is a neighborhood where you will not get bored. From morning till night with everyone from their favorite cafe to nightlife clubs.


Capitol Hill
This extensive district contains a mix of tree-shaded streets surrounded by some of Seattle’s loveliest century-old mansions and commercial thoroughfares abuzz with fashionable bistros, modish boutiques, swish cocktail bars, and gay nightspots—Capitol Hill has long been the hub of the city’s LGBT community.


Columbia City
This “neighborhood of nations” occupies one of the country’s most diverse zip codes, where descendants from European settlers, East African immigrants, Orthodox Jews, and other cultural groups make for a true melting pot.


Downtown Seattle
WHERE NATURAL WONDERS MEET A WORLD-CLASS URBAN CENTER. There aren’t many other cities in America with spotless views of mountains and waterways from the heart of downtown, but Seattle delivers on both natural wonders and world-class attractions all in one spot. In this walkable cityscape, stroll among skyscrapers to mega shopping centers, historic theaters, iconic Pike Place Market, and more.


Known for its title “Center of the Universe,” this pretenciously artistic neighborhood on the north border of the Lake Washington Ship Canal thrives with its hippie vibe and bizarre call to glory.Here travellers and guest may encounter a giant troll dwelling under the Aurora Bridge and dinosaurs made out of topiary.


International District
(ID)  One of Seattle’s earliest neighborhoods prosper with a bunch of savory Asian cuisines, varible shops offering popular herbs and a a lot of fresh fish to choose from, and also a cultural festival that occurs all over the year.Come by to drink in the diverse sights, tastes, and sounds of this native domain.


Pioneer Square
Seattle’s original downtown is beginning to develop with small shops to choose from shoes, clothin, and apparel emerging along the historic sidewalks. In 1889 this old city port and lumber hub was ruined by fire literally. Now with impressive neoclassical buildings and attractive restaurants all over town. Today the neighborhood is the trademark of Seattle’s past and present.


Queen Anne
this district neighborhood has a lot of things to offer from glamorous bars and lovely restaurants, in Lower Queen Anne, famous houses,find gifts to unusual shopping streets  and also you can visit some of the quiet parks located on Upper Queen Anne.


SoDo & Georgetown
The South of downtown or SoDo is now reconstructed or modernize from warehouses and light industrial outfits to a new commercial or idustrial projects like galleries, shops and would also like to visit glass-blowing workshops at Rainier Glass Studio and have a taste of its finest brew and distillery shops.While if you’re looking for bohemian trendy concepts Georgetown is the best place.Located on the south by Boeing Field where this district from industrial warehouse to reconstruct rail yards, antique shops and elegant apartment.This neighborhood engraved being the ingenious center of artistic hippie and bohemian families.


South Lake Union
The neighborhood where you can have an amazing scenery of the Space Needle and arrangements of floatplane, high-rise buildings, the new Amazon campus and the magnificent lakefront park


University District
This neighborhood has a lot to offer including shops, restaurants, clubs and movie houses.Which also has its fine and elegant historic homes and architecture.You can visit many attractions including the Henry Art Gallery and Burke Museum. For outdoor activities you can do kayaking at Lake Union or Portage Bay. Biking the Burke-Gilamn trail or watch football game at Huaky Stadium.


Wallingford & Greenlake
Located at North Central Seattle, Wallingford’s business district extends along N 45th Street from Stone Way N in the west to Sunnyside Avenue N in the east and features many small shops, three banks, a pharmacy, a few taverns and bars, the two Guild 45th movie theaters, the Wallingford Center (the former Interlake Elementary School, now turned into shops and apartments), and numerous restaurants (including the original Dick’s Drive-In, founded 1954).


Enjoy the Waterfront Neighborhood, walkable with many things do to like shopping, dining and fun attractions.


West Seattle

This is the largest neighborhood in Seattle with its rare mix of residental streets and nice commercial center filled with colorful  distribution shops, restaraunt and bakeries. Doing all this activities you can see the beautiful view of Puget Sound, mountains and perfect sunset moment in downtown Seattle.


Sights to See

Mt. Rainer – take a day-trip down to see this mountain up close and see the Paradise firsthand.

Ride the Washington State Ferries – the best city view is from the water. Have a great day-trip to Bainbridge Island or Bremerton.


Things to Do

  • Pike Place Market
  • The Family of Seattle Art Museums
  • Seattle Professional Sports Stadiums
  • The Chinese Room & Observation Deck at Smith Tower
  • See a majestic sunrise at Smith Tower.
  • Feast on corn dogs and strong drinks at Unicorn Bar.
  • Have coffee like a true Seattleite at Cafe Allegro.
  • Brunch like there’s no tomorrow at the Portage Bay Cafe.
  • Become one with nature at The Seattle Arboretum.
  • Set sail (for free!) at The Center For Wooden Boats.
  • Pair frites with frosty brews at Brouwer’s Café.
  • Party like you’re from The 206 at Rock Box.
  • Eat organic at Local 360.
  • Have an outdoor adventure at Discovery Park.
  • Rent a canoe at The WAC.
  • Enjoy a taste of Asia at Uwajimaya.
  • Class up your night at Needle & Thread.
  • Pull up to Dick’s Drive-In.
  • Travel to Europe at Shultzy’s German bar.
  • Experience Vietnamese culture at Green Leaf.
  • Play tourist on the water taxi to West Seattle.
  • Give into your sweet tooth at Molly Moon’s.
  • Hide away at the Knee High Stocking Club.
  • Go pet and hipster-watching at Greenlake.
  • Get spooked in Pioneer Square.
  • Escape to Vashon Island.
  • Take a trip to Myrtle Edwards Park.
  • Head to The Hill for a great photos