Seattle is quite safe at night, but I would recommend that you keep your wits about you if walking alone in Downtown or International District. People may try to talk to you, but are generally harmless. The light rail is good for getting from the airport to Downtown and Capitol Hill, and buses will take you to other parts of town (albeit perhaps with a transfer). In the winter, Seattle can be quite dreary but a trip to the mountains to see snow and taking the ferry to the surrounding islands makes for a nice getaway. In the summer, go to a local beach (Golden Gardens or Alki) to have a picnic and watch the sunset over a bonfire.Posted: December 2, 2023
I spent many days wandering around Seattle and I can say that Seattle is generally a safe place for adventures. Golden Gardens Park, Alki Beach, Mercer Slough, Arboretum, and Seattle Center are all beautiful places. For day trips, I recommend Rainier or Olympic National Park or the San Juan Islands. Many people avoid the area between Westlake Centre and Pike’s Market after dark. It's safe enough there, but sometimes it can seem dangerous. The public library in downtown Seattle is my place for remote work.Posted: July 23, 2023
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