The Space Needle
The Space Needle is undeniably Seattle, Washington’s top tourist sight. This was built in the same year of the World’s Fair ion 1962, which has, over the years, become Seattle, Washington’s symbol. This popular structure is known the world over for providing visitors a 360 degree view of the city.
Pike Place is another favorite place of interest. This is where you will probably see the most seafood varieties. This is a great place of entertainment but is not highly recommended for those who intend to shop for seafood because of its high prices.
The Pioneer Square
The Pioneer Square is home to over 20 blocks of fantastic Victorian structures, 30 art galleries, 200 or so quaint shops, and is the hub of Seattle, Washington’s nightlife. Restaurants and cozy coffee shops beautifully line the streets. A visit to Seattle would not be complete without stopping by the Pioneer Square.