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Portland Tourism: Best of Portland
You’ll wonder why you don’t live in Portland after you’ve visited this laid-back and friendly city. With a reputation for manicured parks, eclectic nightlife, fine micro-breweries and distilleries, and nature that cuts right into the city, Portland’s a Pacific Northwest must-visit. Don’t miss the famous Japanese Garden, one of the largest and most beautiful of its kind outside of Japan.
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- ByThrillistActually Cool Things to Do When Visiting PortlandLive in any city long enough and you’ll likely fall into something of a rut, comfortably settling into your favorite dive bar, never straying from the four-block radius around your house. Not that there's anything wrong with that… unless that city happens to be Portland. This city is packed with things to do, neighborhoods to explore, and world-renowned restaurants to try. You could devote an entire weekend to sampling the amazing food carts, or hopping from beer bar to brewery, or touring some of the city’s weirdest and oldest establishments. Or get out of the city all together -- some of the most impressive and awe-inspiring hikes in the Pacific Northwest are right in Portland’s backyard. Whether you’re visiting the City of Roses for a short time or you’ve lived here your whole life, here are some of the best things to do (some cheap, some not so cheap) to ensure your time in Portland is never boring. Read More: https://www.thrillist.com/entertainment/portland/things-to-do-in-portland52 items
- ByAirfarewatchdogKeep Portland Cheap: How to Spend Less & See MoreRegaled with tales of $28 dinner checks, no sales tax, epic happy hours and reasonably priced bike rentals, chances are you've come to Portland to find cool on a budget. It's not an urban myth – Portland can be remarkably affordable, once you're actually there and situated. First, there's the lodging question – rarely, if ever, is spending a night in Portland a bargain. And why, in a city where everyone is supposedly post-car, does a pricey rental car feel like such a necessity? (Portland, you will discover, sprawls far more than it likes to admit.) Furthermore, as you'll find, the city is becoming more expensive as it changes and grows, with the food scene far from immune to the same price creep now affecting the housing market. Still, for any of the blind corners faced here by the budget-conscious, it's still actually fairly easy to keep costs down. You just have to know how. Ready to see more and spend less on your next visit? Great – let's do this.7 items
- ByWell+GoodThe Coolest Hangouts in PortlandSmoothie guru Alison Wu’s home on the internet (that would be Wu Haus) is much like her home IRL—Portland, Oregon. Both are places where wellness enthusiasts go for ombré veggie boards, adaptogenic moon milks, and chill vibes, in general. As part of our summer travel series with Cannuka, the beauty brand that’s serving up skin care with a blend of healing CBD and Manuka honey, we tapped the food stylist and self-care obsessive to give us a tour of her adopted hometown (she’s been a Portland transplant since 2008). Why is it a spot you need to add to your travel list? “Portland has this innate sense of wellness,” Wu says. “It’s always been a healthy city even before wellness became trendy. People here have long been invested in wellness and conscious consumerism.” Oh, and it’s also a bustling food scene where you’ll find everything from award-winning restaurants to eclectic food carts. Plus: “If you have any food sensitivities or eat according to a specific diet, have no fear because almost every restaurant here offers options for everyone,” she says. Below, Wu point out the eateries and green spaces you need to hit up: Read More: https://www.wellandgood.com/good-travel/healthy-hotspots-portland-cannuka13 items