For a hungry traveler on a budget, Seattle has no greater attraction than the Pike Place Market. Nearly a century old, Pike Place is one of Seattle's most popular landmarks, as famous for the theatrics of its boisterous vendors as it is for its many appealing edibles. Its most popular buildings are the Main and North arcades, with their artfully arranged banks of produce, and seafood piled high on ice. The best bet for enjoying the market is to go on an uncrowded weekday morning unless you enjoy the hustle and bustle of many tourists. Wander slowly, sample frequently and remember to watch out for flying fish... the fishmongers toss huge fish between their stalls at blistering speeds!