Many cities in the USA have their charms and attractions. But unlike most of them, Seattle didn’t have to build anything spectacular in order to attract attention to itself.
Fact is, the biggest city in the state of Washington has something natural and authentic about it that makes so many people move there. And when it comes to passing by, you can bet Seattle has a lot to offer in many ways.
Variety At Its Best
Seattle is neither too expensive nor too cheap in terms of accommodation.
From $26 for a hostel room to a $70 private room, The Emerald City has many options when it comes to finding a place to stay.
On the other hand, food is fairly cheap here. While most restaurants offer dinner for around $25, there are fast food joints and street food stands which have meals priced from $7 to $15.
The main reason why Seattle is so popular lies in the fact that it’s a busy, urban city surrounded by forests and nature. Just imagine looking through your window in the morning and seeing buildings buzzing with people on one side and lush forests on the other.
When we said that the biggest city in the state of Washington has a lot to offer, we weren’t joking. From the Space Needle, the city’s most famous landmark to Pike Place Market, which has been established in 1907 and is still functioning, you can be sure that there are a lot of things to do in Seattle.
One of the most interesting things about Seattle is the seafood. The Port of Seattle, located at the Waterfront Park, is packed with restaurants and pavilions that offer a unique experience of having some delicious seafood in an ancient, wooden surrounding.
There are many more things about Seattle that are worth mentioning, but it would take us days to list them all off.
Our best advice to you would be to take a city guide and to sit down for a cup of coffee at Starbucks – there is more than a 1,000 of these in Seattle – and find out for yourself why this city is so great.