Best Cities to Live in Washington 




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Separated from Seattle by Lake Washington, Bellevue is best known for its thriving arts scene.

Walla Walla


Walla Walla is well to the east, away from the coast and not far from the Oregon border.



Olympia is the state capital located at the southern end of the Puget Sound.


This city to the east, close to the state’s border with Idaho, is known not for Big Tech but for its rich history of Native American art and culture.  



Kirkland is most associated with the Costco brand, but this city has a lot more going for it.





While Redmond is home to Microsoft headquarters and does have one of the highest median home prices on the west coast