Seattle is a very lively, modern, and fun city. It is very manageable to be able to know it on foot. If you have three days on your route through the United States or to the Canadian border, it will be enough to give you time to see the most emblematic points.
If you have arrived in the city without a map and references of what to visit, stop by the Convention & Trade Center (800 Convention Place), here you have a wide range of maps and advertising to get to know the city if you are not too sure, you can always ask the counter staff, they are really friendly.
One of the things that you cannot miss is Pike Place, where the Public Market is located, this market is characterized by having fish, vegetable, flower, souvenir shops, and restaurants, it is always full of tourists, and about everything, to be able to contemplate the launching of fish.
From Pike Place you can walk to the Seattle Center, where the Space Needle is located, this area is characterized by bringing together several buildings created for the 1962 World’s Fair, mainly the interest in this area is focused on going up to the viewpoint of the Space Needle and take a walk through the different buildings of the enclosure.
From the Seattle Center I recommend that you walk to the north of the city, towards Capitol Hill, this area is a bit off the beaten path, but it is very worth it since it is here where the style and form of life of the city dwellers.
It is a residential area, full of two-story houses, gardens, and Asian food restaurants, stroll along Broadway Street and take a break in Volunteer Park, it is full of trendy shops, alternative restaurants, and trendy people.
In Pioneer Square you will find the area of oldest buildings in the city, whose facades are built of red brick, it is one of the busiest and most fun areas of the city, as it is full of bars, restaurants, and cafes. If you’ve made it this far, I recommend that you have dinner and then stay for a jazz concert at The New Orleans at 114 First Street.
Leaving Pioneer Square, go up towards the WaterFront, it is one of the most touristic areas of the city, take a turn to see the views, continue towards the Art Museum of Seattle (1300 1 st Av.), Dedicate a couple of hours, from Then it will not disappoint you when you go out if you want to take a break to see what the next step is, have a cocktail at their bar, very cool.
Shopping in the City (Seattle)
Seattle, like the rest of North American cities, concentrates a large number of stores and shopping centers. In addition to having reference stores such as Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Banana Republic, and American Eagle, I recommend that you stop by the Nordstrom Rack stores on Pine Street with the 2nd Steet, this shopping center welcomes clothing and accessories for both men and For women, the prices are impressive, but you have to have a lot of patience since the best brands in footwear and clothing are mixed, so yes, you can go out with a BCBG Maxazria jacket for $ 89, some Oscar de la Renta shoes for $ 200 or Cole Haan for $ 80.
On the floor of the entrance you will find some amazing deals on handbags and accessories brand ( clutch from Kenneth Cole for $ 20), on the first floor is the shoe both women and men, the women ‘s footwear is organized by designers, but there is a part that is altogether, here if you have time and desire, you can find real bargains, on floor -1, you will find signature clothing for women, the best offers are in North American designers: Anne Klein, Ralph Laurent, BCBG Maxazria, Kenneth Cole, etc.
Vintage Stores and Outlets
If you like vintage clothing, on your way to Capitol Hill stop by House of Pretty Parlor at 400 Summit St. with E Loretta Pl. You will also find a good selection of vintage clothing on Cherry St. and 1st Street, next to Pioneer Square.
Outside the city, about 40 minutes from downtown, you can stop by the Seattle Premium Outlets (at 10600 Quil Ceda Blvd). They have a total of 110 stores with the best brands, the idea is that you go through the North American brand stores is where you will see the real bargains, without a doubt the best stores to buy are: Kate Spade with her colorful bags and accessories, on sale they can have bags for $ 125, at Michael Kors you find jeans for $ 70, Calvin Kevin wardrobe blouses for $ 24.99, at Tommy Hilfiger men’s sweaters for $ 22, at Polo Ralph Laurent shirts for $ 36.50, etc, is a perfect place to get seasonal clothes at really good prices.