Mount St. Helens, Washington
Pacific coastline, Washington
Its strategic position on the Pacific coast makes Washington State. with breathtaking views of the open sea, a "natural" state with many wilderness sites that is home to three national parks and some of the oldest forests in the world.
Discover the region
Seattle is at the gateway to the Pacific Northwest, where magnificent mountain ranges overlook lush forests and a breathtaking coastline. Two national parks, Mount Rainier and Olympic, offer you amazing discoveries in the wilderness, just like the San Juan Islands off the coast.
This region is also famous as a landmark in the history of music, especially since the 1990s. This is where alternative rock and grunge were born. The music scene flourished well before, and continues to develop today. To learn more about this story, visit the Experience Music Project.
Fans of the Twilight series will certainly want to travel to Forks, the city where Stephenie Meyer's novels take place. Dale Chihuly, a world-famous glassblower, has inspired some points of interest such as the Museum of Glass in Tacoma and the Chilhuly Garden and Glass in Seattle.
The Cascade Loop is a scenic tour that takes you through various sections of beautiful Washington State. The towns and villages on the Loop Road include Everett, Snohomish, Leavenworth, Wenatchee, Chelan, Winthrop, Anacortes, and Coupeville.
Here, it is impossible to die of hunger or thirst. More than 900 vineyards cultivate 40 grape varieties in no less than 13 regions. The first Starbucks opened in Seattle in 1971, and, if we add the independent brands, we reach an average of 2.5 coffee shops per 1,000 people, the largest concentration in the entire country. The wealth of fishing on the coast and the state's agricultural production allows the gastronomic scene to flourish. Visitors will be able to meet farmers, artisans and chefs specializing in products from local agriculture and production.