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Seattle, with its 620,778 residents (metropolitan area has around 4
million inhabitants), is the largest city on the West Coast, north of
San Francisco. The picturesque location, between Lake
Washington and Puget Sound, is widely regarded as one of
the most beautifully situated cities in the United States. Today it
is also one of the most modern cities in the U.S. with a major seaport
and airport, as well as the central business district with numerous
skyscrapers. It is a place where headquarters of many international
companies are located (e.g. Boeing
and Microsoft). In our opinion, Seattle is a great place for
dating. Below you can find some useful information and locations that
will help you to plan your dream date.
One of the most recognizable elements of the panorama of the city
is certainly the icon of the city –
Needle. This is the TV mast and a vantage point from which the
breathtaking view of the city can be admired. There is also an
excellent SkyCity restaurant widely known for its delicious
food. It is a very fashionable place, so if you plan to dine there you
should make a reservation in advance. Another well-known point of
panorama is the tallest building in the city –
Columbia Center from where you can also enjoy the
beautiful view of the city. Worthy of note is the fact that access to
this observation deck is much cheaper than previously mentioned
SkyCity, and the view from this place is no less amazing. But that's
not all vantage points of the city. If you would like to see the
skyline from a different point of view, you should visit observation
deck located at Smith Tower – the oldest skyscraper in the
Dating in Seattle for sure will be enjoyable especially for lovers
of history and sightseeing. The oldest part of the town is
Square. While walking its streets you can admire the houses built
of red brick and distinctive taverns. During your visit in a city you
cannot miss Pike
Place Market – a century-old, still-functioning
market. However the real gem that impresses the tourists is an amazing
underground city resulting from the settlement of buildings. Strolling
through the streets of Seattle we are often on the level of the second
floor, and in some of the buildings basements you can see windows of
shops that were functioning a long time ago. Plenty of interesting
venues are also located here.
Art in Seattle
Seattle is a city with a rich music history, a city that has left
its mark on modern music. It is a place where Jimi Hendrix was born.
The city is considered as the capital of grunge (often referred to as
the "Seattle sound"). Bands
like Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains
were established here. In Seattle started off such jazz stars like Ray
Charles, Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson, just to name a few. If you
are a jazz fan you should definitively visit one of the many clubs
playing this type of music. We can recommend you a visit at
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
Fans of classical music should head
Benaroya Hall, where concerts of a century-old Seattle Symphony
Orchestra are being performed. Second highly recommended venue is
Hall, formerly known as the
Seattle Opera House, famous for performances of Seattle
Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Additionally Seattle is a place that can boast of many theaters
with its historic 5th Avenue Theatre on the lead, which continues to
stage Broadway quality musical performances. In the city there are
located about twenty live theater venues and several public venues
that present readings (for
Hall on First Hill).
Singles who prefer party lifestyle certainly will not be
disappointed with Seattle. The city is teeming with life even at
night. For those who want to have fun we suggest a visit to
the Noc Noc,