Cosas que hacer en Seattle
Ante ti se encuentra la llave que te abrirá las puertas a la ciudad: una guía con los mejores lugares de la zona, creada por anfitriones locales de Airbnb
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It's a park that surrounds a lake. The inner trail is ~3 miles of flat walking, riding or blading. Expect to see a lot of dogs, kids, Frisbees, grandparents, + people from all over the world. There... más información
Green Lake Park is a Olmsted Brother's park now in a dense urban neighborhood. Given to the City of Seattle in 1905, It's walking/running/bikers/skaters trail is nearly 3 miles long. It is a preser... más información
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Amazing views of space needle and this gem of a city. Save your money-don't go up the space needle instead go here and then go to the opposite side over here in West Seattle on Alki beach to see th... más información
Iconic viewpoint and park. You can drive here in about 5 minutes, but a very nice walk (first part is very uphill) from the apt. If you walk you'll pass a nice westerly viewpoint along the way as... más información
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Alki Beach has beach access without the need to cross a railroad track or be blocked from direct water access. Iconic views of the Olympic Mountains, Mount Baker and the Seattle sky line, as you w... más información
Go there - its got a Statue of Liberty, a pebbly beach combined with a seawall, broad sidewalks, picnic places, inexpensive and varied food (actually also a few higher end spots which are quick goo... más información
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Seahawks, Sounders, or any other event that could be taking place at CenturyLink field. Always use Airport way south if you have a car, or take bus #106 straight to the Stadium district.
Where you catch Seahawks and Sounders games...we recommend catching the light rail at the Capitol Hill station, just a block from the property. It will take you straight to the stadium in about 12 ... más información
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The Seattle Art Museum (commonly known as "SAM") is an art museum located in Seattle, Washington, USA. It maintains three major facilities: its main museum in downtown Seattle; the Seattle Asian Ar... más información
SAM has been the center for world-class visual arts in the Pacific Northwest since 1933. Visit SAM to see a museum carved into the city, as much a part of Seattle's landscape and personality as the... más información
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Beautiful place, people come here just to watch the sunset over the Olympic Mountains. I proposed to my husband there spontaneously- that is how romantic the place can be! Full Sound and Olympic M... más información
On sunny weekends and holidays, this little beach will be packed out with folks from babies to old people and all ages in between. Popular spot for beach volleyball. Or you can swim in the Puget So... más información
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Beautiful campus for strolling around on a nice day. If you've never been, it's worth a wander. The library is a must see, go to the "Harry Potter reading room", absolutely beautiful! They also ... más información
The UW campus is beautiful anytime of the year but especially in the spring when the cherry tree blossoms appear. Worth a visit on campus is the Burke Museum. It is the oldest natural history mus... más información
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If you are in Seattle, then you must visit Molly Moon Ice Cream! There are 6 locations, and it the best ice cream I've ever had (worldwide). Salted caramel is my favorite, but everything is amazi... más información
Best ice cream in the city, if not world! Be sure to sample the flavors, including their most popular ones like Scount Mint. My personal favorite is the coffee ice cream. By far the best I've ever ... más información
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"Chihuly Garden and Glass features of Dale Chihuly's most popular works and architectural installations, highlighting the wide-ranging breadth and scope of his career." Highly recommend you visit ... más información
Dale Chihuly is a famous-in-Seattle glass artist. I haven't been to the museum but it's on my list. I have been to the Collections Cafe several times and it's pretty great. You can take light ra... más información
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Glimpse future major league baseball hall-of-famer Ichiro Suzuki taking a flying leap to rob the visiting team of a homerun at Safeco Field.
Safeco Field is where the Mariners Baseball team plays and is just 2 light rail stops away. Every seat is a good one, they have surprisingly good (though pricy) food, and amazing views of the city... más información
Try to catch a Mariners game at Safeco if you are here during baseball season, or try the 1-hr Stadium tour to get into press box and the dugout.
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Great for breakfast and coffee, sitting outside in the sun! Try the oeuf platz or croque madame, sit at the bar or get ignored by the waitress just like a real french place!
Everything? It's open super early and super late, in the morning you can get hardboiled eggs with cornichon and mayo for like 5 bucks, and at night you can get super cheap pichets of decent wine, a... más información
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"A little bit of Paris" awaits at these "true French" bakeries featuring "divine" breads, croissants, sandwiches and other "heavenly" treats that "taste just as good as they look"; the "quaint" cou... más información
World renowned bakery - the french weren't happy when our little West Seattle bakery one top honors. You can't go wrong, but you must try the twice-baked almond croissant. It's a tiny spot and al... más información
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50 Beers on Tap! Half craft beer store, half craft beer bar. Seating both indoors and out, and it's dog- and kid-friendly. Rotating Food truck schedule check online: cd.chucks85th.com
Over 50 rotating taps and a different food truck every night. Chuck's has seriously everything you need... even Stumptown Coffee, Full Tilt Ice Cream and Theo Chocolate!
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Head to the space needle, spend too much money to ride and elevator, see amazing 360 degree views and then head down and actually spend some time at the EMP. The EMP is a fun interactive museum fu... más información
Recently redubbed MoPop, this Frank Gehry building houses exhibits about music in Seattle and Sci-Fi, along with traveling shows. Some of the music exhibit is interactive. Most of the collection is... más información
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This award-winning chocolate factory sources and buys beans from Africa and South America, and makes organic, absolutely delicious chocolates. Ginger, curry, coconut, cherry and orange are just a f... más información
I love Theo Chocolate Factory. Tours are $10 and must be booked in advance. No children under 7 are allowed on tours. It is in Fremont, which is an adorable neighborhood on the ship canal. The ... más información
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Think steampunked wonderland, Gas Works Park is a 19.1-acre public park on the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant. Best views of Lake Union and great for picnic/frisbee... más información
This small park used to be a gas plant, and you can see the artfully rusted guts of the former gas works. But it's also on the north end of Lake Union, meaning it's a great place to park to go on a... más información
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This tiny, no frills Caribbean joint serves the best sandwiches EVER! Try the Caribbean Roast -marinated pork with caramelized onions, mayo, and jalapeños on a crunchy roll! CASH only! Open Tue - SAT.
This is the famous Caribbean style sandwich place that's been featured on the Travel Channel. Supposedly the best sandwich in the city. I personally think Geo's is better, but you can walk to Paseo.
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Stylish American eatery offers a variety of seasonal fare & craft drinks to a bustling crowd--neat building and ambiance open from 8 - midnight.
Lively Seattle vibe with a well curated airy interior. Great to sit outside for brunch, lunch or cocktails and people watch. Medium priced and pretty good food. A scene for sure.
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A "mouthwatering" mix of Hawaiian and Korean fare (think kalbi beef tacos and kimchi rice bowls) elicits "OMG"s at these "inexpensive" food-truck-turned-cafes where the "food comes fast" and is "se... más información
So many things to love... Best fish n' chips in Seattle, amazing Hawaiian / Korean fusion cuisine, incredible views of downtown Seattle, and a great outdoor patio. Loved by locals and tourists alik... más información
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Iconic Seattle independent bookstore with high ceilings, wooden bookshelves and handwritten book reviews! Spacious and airy, plenty of seating with tables to work. There's a cafe tucked away in the... más información
Classic, independent, family-owned bookstore, originally established in Pioneer Square in the early 1970's. Now on Capitol Hill on 10th Ave. Small cafe in store, or great Oddfellows Bar and Cafe ... más información
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Try more local beer in the close Fremont location. Right off the Burk Gilman trail. A good little pedal to one of Fremont's most popular areas! Also close to the Fremont Troll!
This kid- & dog-friendly beer hall with bench tables serves up seasonal ales & free pretzels.
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This place was made for brunch. Get here early and skip the long lines. On Saturdays and Sundays they make GIANT homemade cinnamon rolls. Lunch favorite is the Kale Caesar salad with friend chicken
Skillet has some of the best breakfast Seattle has to offer. Has a few veggie options, but their main shtick is some amazing and creative breakfast dishes like Serious Toast, which is a thick slab ... más información
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Picked one of the top 10 best restaurants in the US. Hard to get a table any night but get there at 4 or 5 in the afternoon and you will get a seat pretty quick. Really worth the wait. The seafood... más información
This is Renee Erickson's most well known spot in Seattle. Walrus is famous for its oysters (both fresh and fried), but everything here is exceptional. Also be sure to try the sardines and cocktails... más información
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This is our Fav spot for coffee! Coffee is Roasted and served fresh daily. When you buy a bag of grounds it's usually been roasted that day! Cafe is little out of the way of downtown but worth it.
The Portland-based roaster’s hyper-organized bar is simple and elegant, with bespeckled baristas steaming and pulling endless shots on always-packed weekend mornings.
Some calls this the best coffee roaster in Seattle, I've even found Stumptown Coffee in Taipei cafes. Try their classic cold brew or espresso. Small cafe with 8-10 seatings and not many outlets...
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The Woodland Park Zoo is not too far of a walk, and is home to hundreds of animals. Tickets are $20 for adults and $13 for kids, and the zoo is open from April 1st till September 30th. During the w... más información
Believe it or not, we are only two miles away from lions, and tigers, and bears (oh my!) However, you'll be able to safely view these creatures and even more exotic beasts from the lovely environs ... más información
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French Creole restaurant. Must visit for breakfast between Mon-Fri (special breakfast happy hour). Everything on the menu is $10. We love the Dungeness Crabs Eggs Benedict.
French and Creole goodness in this award winning restaurant. Amazing for Brunch, Lunch, Happy Hour and Dinner. The ambiance is wonderful. They bring the Big Easy to Seattle in this New Orleans Insp... más información
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I don't know of another place that is open from 9am to 2am, and that serves good food all day. Breakfast pho? Sure! Dinner pho? Sure! Late night pho? Of course! The scene is cool, the music fun, an... más información
High end, locally sourced, Vietnamese food. Best pho in the city. The cocktails are pretty good too. Look past the initial hipster impression this place gives off. Yes, it is cool too. Open at... más información
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They have the most amazing twice baked almond croissants and other tasty treats! The pastry chef won best in the world a few years ago and was the first non-french person to win! It's a quick blo... más información
Bakery Nouveau is a feast for the senses. Blocks away, the aroma of fresh baked goods tantalize the nose. Take a bite of anything, and you'll see why people make special trips to West Seattle to ex... más información
This is my FAVORITE bakery in Seattle. Order the twice baked chocolate / almond croissant (everything else is good, too). Expect a line during peak weekend hours.
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15th Avenue is a great place to bar hop, and hitting up Smith is a must. Try to poutine with brisket (of course). (Take a car)
Smith is a great place to grab a late night bite and craft cocktail, interesting decor that feels like a Hipster style Hunting lodge. Try the Gin& Smith Housemade Tonic.
Smith has great food and wonderful drinks. It's a bit noisy for a sit down meal, but the drinks and apps are worth it. I enjoy popping-in for a drink, at least (especially during happy hour!).
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This bakery is awesome! A pretty big selection of pastries and breakfast items Ridiculously good. All the pastries and baked items seemed reasonably priced in the $2.5-$4 range.
French-style baked goods and breads. From croissants to baguettes to big rustic loaves to made-to-order cakes, they've got it going on. It's one of the best bakeries in all of Seattle. Don't miss it.