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Seattle, a city on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and contains thousands of acres of parkland. Washington State’s largest city, it’s home to a large tech industry, with Microsoft and Amazon headquartered in its metropolitan area. The futuristic Space Needle, a 1962 World’s Fair legacy, is its most iconic landmark. The city is situated on an isthmus between Puget Sound (an inlet of the Pacific Ocean) and Lake Washington, about 100 miles (160 km) south of the Canada–United States border. A major gateway for trade with Asia, Seattle is the fourth-largest port in North America in terms of container handling as of 2015.

First time in Seattle? Cut to the chase and make a beeline for its proverbial pantry: Pike Place Market. It was founded in 1907 to fortify locals with fresh Northwest produce, and its long-held mantra of ‘meet the producer’ still echoes enthusiastically around a city where every restaurateur worth their salt knows the name of their fishmonger and the biography of the cow that became yesterday’s burgers. It doesn’t take long to realize that you’ve arrived in a city of well-educated palates and wildly experimental chefs who are willing to fuse American cuisine with just about anything – as long as it’s local.

Visitors setting out to explore Seattle should think of the city as a United States of Neighborhoods or – to put it in more human terms – a family consisting of affectionate but sometimes errant siblings. There’s the aloof, elegant one (Queen Anne), the cool, edgy one (Capitol Hill), the weird, bearded one (Fremont), the independently minded Scandinavian one (Ballard), the grizzled old grandfather (Pioneer Square) and the precocious adolescent still carving out its identity (South Lake Union). You’ll never fully understand Seattle until you’ve spent a bit of time with them all.

To outsiders, Seattle is an industrious creator of macro-brands. To insiders, it’s a city of micro-businesses and boundary-pushing grassroots movements. For proof, dip into the third-wave coffee shops, the microbreweries with their casual tasting rooms or the cozy informal bookstores that remain rock solid in a city that spawned Amazon. Then there are the latest national trends that Seattle has helped create: craft cider, pot shops, micro-distilleries, specialist pie-makers, homemade ice cream and fledgling nano-breweries. Walk the streets and scour the neighborhoods; there’s far more to this city than Starbucks' vanilla lattes and Boeing airplanes.

It may have nurtured tech giants Microsoft and Amazon, but that doesn’t mean Seattle hasn’t got a surreal, arty side. Crisscross its urban grid and you’ll find all kinds of apparitions: a rocket sticking out of a shoe shop; a museum built to resemble a smashed-up electric guitar; glass orbs in wooden canoes; a statue of Lenin; a mural made of used chewing gum; fish-tossing market traders; and a museum dedicated to antique pinball machines (that you can still play). No, you haven't over-indulged in some powerful (legal) marijuana. You’ve just worked out that Seattle is far more bohemian than beige.

A lot to see in Seattle such as :

Space Needle
Pike Place Market
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Museum of Pop Culture
Gum Wall
Seattle Center
Seattle Art Museum
Kerry Park
Puget Sound
Pioneer Square
Seattle Aquarium
Olympic Sculpture Park
Gas Works Park
Lake Union
Woodland Park Zoo
Seattle Great Wheel
Pacific Science Center
Discovery Park
Fremont
Lake Washington
The Museum of Flight
Alki Beach
Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
Elliott Bay
Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens
Ballard (Hiram M. Chittenden) Locks
Smith Tower
Visit Seattle
Fremont Troll
Golden Gardens Park
Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)
Central Waterfront, Seattle
Washington Trails Association
Volunteer Park
Tillicum Village
Columbia Center
Seattle–Bainbridge ferry
Belltown
Carkeek Park
Sky View Observatory - Columbia Center
Blake Island
Seattle Central Library
Seattle Chinatown-International District
Asian Art Museum
Seattle Japanese Garden
Waterfront Park
Seattle Children's Museum
South Lake Union
Magnuson Park
Lincoln Park

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