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Portland, Oregon

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Whether your suitcase holds hiking boots and binoculars, or designer heels and shades, you’ll find plenty of suitable destinations in the capital of Oregon.
Portland is seen as one of the cultural capitals of the world, revolutionary with its fashion trends, street food, and opportunities for visual and musical artists. It’s a city of expression, so make yourself comfortable and take it all in.

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Visit Portland, Oregon

Portland is Oregon’s largest city, brimming with a cool coffee culture and a fine taste for a craft brew! There is an abundance of natural beauty in Portland, with leafy parks dotted all over and snow-capped Mount Hood watching over the city.

Where is Portland, Oregon?

Portland, Oregon is in the Pacific North West of the US, in the Willamette Valley region. Portland is 3.5 hours drive from Seattle, Washington, 3 hours drive from Olympic National Park, just under 4 hours from Coos Bay, and 3 hours drive from Mount Rainier National Park.

What to do in Portland, Oregon?

Taking a food tour is the best way to experience any city, especially one with such variance as Portland. An insider perspective on the foodie culture can’t be beaten.

Portland is known for being a green city, and getting around by bike is a popular way to see the city. There is Portlands bike share programme where you can rent a bike for just $12.50 per day, explore at your own pace or there are guided tours available too.

Just 25 miles east of Portland, you will discover the Columbia River Gorge. The popular Multnomah Falls is found here. You can swim in the pools of Horsetail Falls, Oneonta Gorge and Latourell Falls. Each found on an awesome hiking trail in the Columbia River Valley.

In Portland, you can visit the International Rose Test Gardens – Who knew there were so many kinds of roses?! It is free to enter this park, and whilst it can get super crowded at times, you can wander around the grounds and sniff up the scents! The Japanese gardens are another great escape inside of Portland, open year-round with an admission price of $17.

explore the road trips that visit Portland, Oregon below...

Olympic National Park, North West Road Trip

Classic Northwest

Seattle, Bainbridge Island, Olympic National Park, Cannon Beach, Oregon Coast, Redwoods National Park, Mount Shasta, Crater Lake NP, Portland, Mt Rainier NP & more

Sea Stacks on Oregon's Coast

Discover Oregon

Portland, Cannon Beach, Oregon Coast, Redwood National Park, Mt Shasta, Crater Lake National Park, Mount Hood, Multnomah Falls & more

Skyline reflections from Portland to Los Angeles

Portland to LA

Portland, Oregon Coast, Redwood NP, Sonoma Valley, Napa Valley, San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles & more

Giant Trees at Redwood National Park, Northwest Explorer

Northwest Explorer

Seattle, Olympic NP, Mount Rainier NP, Portland, The Oregon Coastline, Crater Lake NP, Redwood NP, Napa Valley, San Francisco & more

Glistening Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park. Northwest America

Ultimate Northwest

Seattle, Olympic NP, Oregon Coast, Redwood NP, Mount Shasta, Crater Lake NP, Mount Hood, Columbia River Gorge, Portland, Mount Rainier NP & more

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, West Coast America

Ultimate West Coast

Seattle, Olympic NP, Oregon Coast, Portland, Crater Lake NP, Redwood NP, Napa Valley, San Francisco, Monterey Bay, Big Sur, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles & more

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