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Seattle

United States of America

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About Seattle

Hop-On Hop-Off Seattle Bus Tours with City Sightseeing

Valid for 12 months

Valid for 12 months

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Tickets valid any day

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Scenic Seattle Panoramic Bus Tour

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Harbour Cruise

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Entrance to Sky View Observatory

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Entrance to Sky View Observatory

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Experience Seattle

Discover the City with our Tours & Attractions

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Welcome to Seattle!

The largest city in the Pacific Northwest, sightseeing can be a daunting task. But with the City Sightseeing Seattle hop-on hop-off tour, we make it easy for you to get a feel for the city and see its popular landmarks. Start your day with a Starbucks coffee (after all, this coffee company has its roots here) before hopping on the bus at the closest stop. From Downtown Seattle and the Central Waterfront to the Pioneer Square historic district and Capitol Hill, we’ll show you the very best of the city from our open-top bus. To get you started, here’s our pick of three visitor attractions that are definitely worth seeing:

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3 must-see hop-off Seattle attractions

First time in this eclectic, vibrant city? Here are three things we think you just can’t miss in Seattle. No trip to Washington’s largest city would be complete without a visit to the iconic Space Needle, which was built for the 1962 World’s Fair. Hop off the bus and travel 520 feet into the air for unforgettable panoramic views over Seattle. Next up, we think you should hop back on and head to the bustling Chinatown-International District to discover the city’s Asian-American roots, from the historic Chinatown Gate to the area’s delicious oriental cuisine. Finally, head to one of our pier stops on Seattle’s Waterfront and explore this vibrant area, which plays such an important part in the life and history of the city.

Did you know?

Did you know that Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain? First opened in 1971, you can visit the original Starbucks in Pike Place Market. Pike Place Market is also one of the oldest farmers’ markets in the US and is a great place to wander around and sample the fresh local produce. Also, despite its rainy reputation, Seattle actually receives less annual rainfall than the likes of New York, Boston and Atlanta. Seattle’s residents are an intelligent bunch – Seattle is the most literate city in the USA, with the highest percentage of residents with a college degree or higher. When in Seattle be sure to try the Seattle Dog, a hot dog topped with cream cheese. It may be cheesy, but it’s better than it sounds!