• West Seattle

    Cross the bridge to West Seattle and it's another world altogether. Jutting out into Elliott Bay and Puget Sound,... Read More
  • Belltown

    Belltown is Downtown's younger sibling, just north of Virginia Street (up to Denny Way) and stretching from Elliott... Read More
  • The Central District

    The predominantly residential Central District, or the "C.D.," lies south of Capitol Hill and northeast of the... Read More
  • The Puget Sound Islands

    The islands of Puget Sound—particularly Bainbridge, Vashon, and Whidbey—are easy and popular day trips for Seattle... Read More
  • Fremont

    For many years, Fremont enjoyed its reputation as Seattle's weirdest neighborhood, home to hippies, artists, bikers,... Read More
  • Queen Anne

    Just west of the Seattle Center is the intersection of Queen Anne Avenue N and Denny Way. This marks the start... Read More
  • South Lake Union

    South Lake Union, on the east side of Seattle Center, is a destination in itself. Though it's still in transition... Read More
  • Downtown

    Except for the busy areas around the Market and the piers, and the always-frenetic shopping district, a lot of... Read More
  • Green Lake

    The neighborhood of Green Lake surrounds the eponymous lake, which is 50,000 years old. It was formed by the Vashon... Read More
  • Wallingford

    The laid-back neighborhood of Wallingford is directly east of Fremont—the boundaries actually blur quite a bit.... Read More
  • Phinney Ridge

    Phinney Ridge, above Fremont, is almost entirely residential, though it shares the booming commercial street of... Read More
  • Pioneer Square

    The Pioneer Square district, directly south of Downtown, is Seattle's oldest neighborhood. It attracts visitors... Read More
  • Seattle Center

    Seattle Center is the home to Seattle's version of the Eiffel Tower—the Space Needle—and is anchored by Frank Gehry's... Read More
  • International District

    Bright welcome banners, 12-foot fiberglass dragons clinging to lampposts, and a traditional Chinese gate confirm... Read More
  • First Hill

    Smack between Downtown and Capitol Hill, First Hill is an odd mix of sterile-looking medical facility buildings... Read More
  • The Eastside

    The suburbs east of Lake Washington can easily supplement any Seattle itinerary. The center of East King County... Read More
  • Capitol Hill

    The Hill has two faces: On one side, it's young and edgy, full of artists, musicians, and students. Tattoo parlors... Read More
  • Ballard

    Ballard is Seattle's sweetheart. This historically Scandinavian neighborhood doesn't have many sights outside of... Read More
  • University District

    The U-District, as everyone calls it, is the neighborhood surrounding the University of Washington (UW or "U-Dub"... Read More