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International Visitors

Send them to iconic sights—Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Mount Rainier, Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and all the leafy, green parks in between. Then sprinkle in a few gems like fresh, local seafood (oysters, salmon, crab) or locally-brewed beer (amber, pale ale, porter) and a day trip or two to boat around Puget Sound or hike an alpine trail.

Seattle offers urban entertainment day and night (world-class theater and restaurants) as well as access to outdoor adventures in three national parks—Olympic National Park (think ocean beaches and rainforest), Mount Rainier National Park (think 14,000-foot volcano) and the North Cascades National Park (think wilderness)—and much more.

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Ideas to whet your client’s appetite for Seattle…

Wine: Washington wineries are sprouting up like grapes on a vine with rave reviews by international wine critics. The state has the second-largest wine-producing region in the country (after California) and your clients can sample local wines around Seattle or tour the wineries in Yakima Valley, Walla Walla or Woodinville.

Quick Info

Let your clients know about the Seattle Visitor Center on the first floor of the Washington State Convention Center, at Seventh Avenue and Pike Street, and the Market Information Center, located in the Pike Place Market. They provide complimentary brochures and information, make dinner reservations, arrange transportation and book a wide variety of personal services including spa and salon appointments and flower deliveries.