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Portland (obeythepug, Oct 2006)

Arriving in Portland

Portland is a beautiful city in the Pacific Northwest known as The City of Roses, and it is the largest city in Oregon, making it a fantastic vacation destination. Your flight to Portland will arrive at the Portland International Airport, a huge facility with all of the shopping and dining you could want. The airport also boasts free Wi-Fi. When you are ready to get to your hotel, there are several transportation options. Taxis and airport shuttles are available for a cost, but many hotels offer free shuttle transportation, so be sure to check when you book your flight to Portland.

Getting Around Portland

Portland is easy to navigate on foot or by bicycle if you are inclined to do so. In fact, bike route maps are readily available at places like the Metro station, and bicycles are allowed on all buses and MAX lines. There is also an excellent public transportation system in place. TriMet offers buses, streetcars, and four MAX Light Rail lines throughout the area. The Free Rail Zone is a region of the MAX and Portland Streetcar lines where rides are free as long as you board and depart within that zone. For all-day travel on all zones, an all-day ticket for $4.75 is a great deal and can be purchased at any MAX station. And of course, if you prefer to explore on your own, car rental is widely available.

Main Attractions in Portland

There is much to see and do in Portland. Take in some history by visiting the Pittock Mansion or the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, or take one of the many tours offered at the Portland Underground for a unique experience. A must-see photo opportunity is the Portlandia statue outside of the Portland Building. Gardens abound in this beautiful city. Some notable stops include Forest Park, Mount Tabor Park, and The Grotto Gardens. The most well known is Washington Park, which boasts something for everyone, including the Oregon Zoo, Portland Children's Museum, and the famed International Rose Test Gardens.

Shopping, Dining, Nightlife in Portland

If you booked a cheap flight to Portland, you might want to do some shopping. Shoppers won't be disappointed with the shopping options. If you enjoy malls, definitely check out Washington Square. For a more eclectic mix, wander the Pearl District for various boutiques and shops. Book lovers should check out Powells' City of Books. When you are ready for a bite to eat, you will certainly have choices. Downtown has a huge selection of food carts offering various types of fare. For a local favorite, check out Burgerville or have a 50s-themed dinner at Byways Cafe. Portland offers a colorful nightlife. A couple of notable spots include Escape and The Whisky Bar. With so much to see and do, you will be glad you booked your airfare to Portland.

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Flight stats for Portland, OR - did you know?
  • Portland is 6 mi from Portland Intl Airport (Portland, OR).
  • Portland Intl Airport (Portland, OR)
    • Right now, 58 airlines operate out of Portland Intl Airport.
    • Portland Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 66 cities.
    • Every week, at least 4,620 domestic flights and 245 international flights depart from Portland Intl Airport.
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