Seattle is a global city with expressions, sustenance, science, and the outside to investigate. With 3 to 4 days in the city, it’s anything but difficult to encounter the best of Seattle: you center first around the city’s center, and afterward adventure out onto the water or to one of the city’s parks. Remain in a lodging in the downtown center, similar to Hotel Max, for the least demanding travel around the city.
|1||Downtown and Queen Anne||Space Needle – Travel to the top to the observation deck and leave time to take in the full 360-degree view. Don’t miss the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya HallVisit Pike Place market, Gum wall, Seattle wheel, Museum of Pop culture & Pacific science center||Hotel Max
|2||South Lake Union and Ballard||Start the day with tres leches French toast at Cactus in South Lake Union, Museum of history industry, At Hiram M. Chittenden Locks watch the gates open and the locks fill as boats move in and out, and there’s also a fish ladder with underground viewing windows. Head back downtown to finish the night with music at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley||Recommended Lunch at Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen. Drinks at Noble Fir or King’s Hardware. Stay at Hotel Max|
|3||Capitol Hill and West Seattle||Visit Seattle Asian Art Museum, Lake view cemetery, wander down the hill to the options at Melrose Market, a collection of eateries selling everything from oysters to burgers||Recommended meal at Skillet diner, Drinks at Marination Ma Kai and Quinn’s Pub. Stay at Hotel Max|
|4||University and International Districts||University of Washington, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture and the Henry Art Gallery. Mexican Agua Verde Cafe is best enjoyed after renting kayaks from the paddle club next door, Seattle Pinball Museum, Sports fans should take a tour at CenturyLink Field or Safeco Field. Once you’ve worked up an appetite again, go for a casual meal at Canton Wonton House or take your time at Red Lantern.||Recommended dinner in the Asian market at Uwajimaya. Stay at Hotel Max|