Seattle is world-renowned for its high-quality coffee, eclectic cafes and rich coffee culture. Whether you want to pair coffee with live music, sample single origin varieties from South America or create your own blend, you can do it in this java-enthusiastic city. To help you get your caffeine fix, here is a guide to Seattle’s best coffee shops.
Anyone who’s lived there or visited before will know that a rainy day in Seattle is not that uncommon; over 200 days of the year are cloudy, and when taking into consideration the number of precipitation days, it’s one of the rainiest cities in the country. However, the rainfall itself isn’t at all record-breaking, and a ‘rainy day’ usually just means drizzle.
For those interested in art, Seattle is a great destination. Home to renowned art institutions, gallery hopping opportunities, sculpture parks and creative classes, art-loving travelers are never without something to do. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to Seattle for art lovers.
For spectacular New Year’s Eve events, Seattle might not be the very first city that comes to mind (as would New York City), but don’t count out this friendly, festive city in Washington State come Dec. 31, 2013. To help you plan your night out, here’s a guide to New Year’s Eve in Seattle.
The rolling forests and crisp weather of the Pacific Northwest go well with Christmas, and friendly Seattle has events and festivities that both locals and visitors look forward to every year. Here are some ideas of how to get your Christmas in Seattle started if you’ll be in the area:
Those who enjoy snow, mild weather and seasonal activities will love Seattle in winter. During this time, the coldest it typically gets is about 36 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) in January, meaning as long as you bundle up you’ll still be able to enjoy the outdoors.