Bellevue

For other places with the same name, see Bellevue (disambiguation).

Bellevue is a city in the Puget Sound region of Washington state, and often considered a suburb of Seattle. Bellevue has a population of 350,000.

The Bellevue cityscape.

Get in

By plane

The nearest airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, which is south of Bellevue on I-405; see the article for more details..

By car

By bus

Almost every bus that runs through Bellevue stops at the Bellevue Transit Center located on 6th Street between 108th Ave NE & 110th Ave NE. Bike lockers are available for rental during regular business hours.

Express Bus fare is $2.50 per trip, and the drivers will not provide change.

Get around

Bellevue has a reliable transportation access to Seattle and the Puget Sound area. For intra-city service, the King County Metro is the only thing available.

The two systems do not accept paper transfers from each other. Use of the prepaid ORCA fare card does allow interservice transfers.

For trips outside of the core city, you'll probably want a car.

See

the Bellevue Botanical Garden

Do

See a movie at Lincoln Square Cinemas

Swim at Somerset Recreation Club

Buy

Shop at Bellevue Square, a large shopping mall complex in the heart of Downtown Bellevue.

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Go next

Routes through Bellevue

Seattle Mercer Island  W  E  Issaquah Spokane
Lynnwood Kirkland  N  S  Renton Tukwila
Ends at Seattle  W  E  Redmond END


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