Welcome to Seattle

Seattle is the largest city in the pacific northwest, but its urban feel is balanced by the water, mountains, and beautiful forests that surround it. It’s a picturesque city with unique waterfront high-rise architecture, a majestic skyline, and gorgeous views of nature. Seattle is popularly known for its vibrant arts and music scene and excellent park system. The nature pocket surrounding Seattle is a lush green gem, with an abundance of evergreen trees and spectacular views of the Cascade mountains to the East and the Olympic Mountains to the west. The warm summers and moderate winters make Seattle a desirable location year-round. Home to large technology companies and one of the most iconic landmarks, Seattle is an important and thriving city. 


What to Love

  • Ideal summer and winter temperatures
  • Seattle mountains and skyline
  • Access to wildlife and outdoor activities
  • The Seattle Ferry


Local Lifestyle

Living in Seattle offers locals an urban feel with walkable attractions, a high bike rating, and numerous parks, pubs, restaurants, and coffee shops. The city is known for its large technology companies, such as Amazon, Microsoft, Starbucks, and T-Mobile. Seattle's largest and most prized park is Discovery Park, a fantastic spot to watch the sunset over the Olympic Mountains. It is a natural park with trails and attractions, and you are likely to spot the wildlife frequenting the park daily.



Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Seattle residents have plenty of options to explore without leaving their city. Simply walking around the metropolitan area is enough to capture Seattle's distinct charm and personality. There are streets and neighborhoods full of art that speak to the city's culture and character. Pike Place Market's fish and famous chowder are two local favorites for quick food options. For fine dining and a modern spin on Italian cuisine, there is Cinque Terre Ristorante.

The Ferry network sets Seattle's transportation apart from other cities. On a Seattle Ferry day trip, you can drift away from the city and take in the Seattle skyline and mountain views. Once you arrive, you can enjoy the shops and restaurants along the water and when it's time to head back, take the ferry back to Seattle. The nightlife here is vibrant and diverse, with various clubs and bars.



Things to Do

There's a bit of something for everyone in Seattle. Those interested in nature and the outdoors are in for a treat in this green city. You can get some sand between your toes, exercise, and take in the incredible view of the city skyline at Alki Beach Park.

The Northwest Outdoor Center offers kayaking, paddle-boarding, and hot tub boats with fantastic backdrops. On the northern side, you have a clear view of Gas Works Park, and on the southern side, you get the entire panorama of the skyline and space needle, making for a scenic experience.

Located a few hours west of Seattle, the Olympic National Park is a destination with a blend of brilliant peaks, lush rainforests, and a stretch of untamed beaches. Wild animals roam freely along this peninsula and are an incredible sight to see. People come here for the family-friendly hikes, waterfalls, and Vancouver Island views.

The Seattle Museum of Flight is one of the most extensive air and space museums with a life-size tour of its vast collection for all aircraft enthusiasts. Another interesting aviation activity is the Boeing Factory. They provide a guided tour, a lower-level space tour, a sky deck with live audio, and a view of the complete airport facilities. You’ll have a hard time running out of things to do in Seattle.




Seattle is served by the Seattle Public School district.

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