Once the gateway to the Gold Rush, Seattle is a shining example of what happens when creativity meets courage. The city is home to billion-dollar tech companies, its own music genre, and world-famous attractions like the Space Needle and Pike Place.
Named after the lilac flower and known as the birthplace of Father’s Day, Spokane has a soft side that makes it both charming and alluring. Picturesque parks, beautiful architecture and a rushing riverfront are sights you’ll want to see.
Whether you want a relaxing solo trip or time away with family, Ocean Shores is where you want to be. The scenic shoreline is great for swimming and sunbathing—and there’s ziplining, hiking and cycling to keep the young at heart entertained.
Once you settle in with your first cup of locally roasted coffee, you’ll realize Washington is anything but ordinary. As progressive as the state can be, it’s no wonder travelers flock here to sample its vibrant art, food and entertainment. If you thought the landscape was just an endless mass of evergreen trees, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find there are rainforests, desert sand dunes and wetlands to explore. Each city and region presents its own unique character, making Washington a truly extraordinary travel experience.