Dec. 16, 2021
Bellevue is a large city in the west-central region of King County, Washington, the United States, located on Lake Washington and partially on the Sammamish River. Some neighborhoods in Bellevue include Downtown Bellevue and the Eastside, Bellecrest, Bel-Red/Silver Lake, Cougar Mountain, Newport, Overlake, Somerset, West Bellevue, and Wilburton.
Seattle is a major seaport city on the West coast of the United States in northwestern Washington state. It's on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, about 110 miles south of Portland, Oregon. Some neighborhoods in Seattle include Belltown, Capitol Hill, Downtown Seattle, Pioneer Square, University District, Waterfront, and West Seattle.
Seattle and Bellevue have one thing in common: They are both in Washington State and the best places to live in Washington. Despite being separated by a lake and some bridges only, there are differences between them. Let’s take a look at five differences that compare Bellevue and Seattle.