Neighborhoods you can’t miss in Seattle

 

Seattle is full of interesting sights, sounds, and tastes, and each neighborhood features its own unique flavor. Sit back and get ready to rent your Seattle Oasis Vacation home while we give you a run down on how to navigate the neighborhoods of the Emerald City.

Ballard

This charming section is historically Scandinavian, and ideal for a pleasant stroll, shopping, and enjoying a little local nightlife. The farmer’s market on Sunday is not to be missed.

First Hill and Capitol Hill

Get ready to climb and see the sights with the most breathtaking view in the city atop the water tower in Volunteer Park. It’s a hike up the staircase, but totally worth it for the panorama that awaits.Seattle loves its parks, and it’s no wonder when you see the acres of beauty that make up Volunteer Park.

Belltown

This area continues to grow, with hip restaurants, condos, and shopping sprouting up all the time. Artifacts from its more edgy past still abound, with a punk-rock vinyl shop, street art, and ultra-cool indie music venue, Crocodile (it was a big part of the grunge rock scene). Don’t miss Olympic Sculpture Park while in this area.

Seattle Center

You may know Seattle Center as home of the world-famous Space Needle, but it was originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair. The grounds are home to festivals of all kind, and boast a variety of great attractions you won’t want to miss. A kid’s amusement park and fountain are summertime favorites, while the Pacific Science Center, Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum, and the Children’s Museum are definitely some of the best Seattle has to offer.

International District

If you’re looking for some of the most delectable food around, you have to hit up the I.D. Looking for the best dumplings you’ve ever tasted or some killer duck? This is the place. You’ll know you’re there when you see the giant fiberglass dragons on the lampposts or the Chinese gate. Pan-Asian cuisine abounds, and you won’t walk away hungry. Check out the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience to learn about the rich cultural heritage.

Downtown

There’s plenty to do and see in the heart of Seattle. The downtown area features such staples as PikePlace Market, the art museum, and the eye-catching Central Library. There’s a wealth of shopping andstrolling to be had in this area, and you’ll catch gorgeous views of the water everywhere you go.


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