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|Popular Airlines||United Airlines|
Whether you're headed to quirky Portland, Oregon, for business or leisure, you'll find plenty to do once your flight from Denver lands at Portland International Airport (PDX). Pick up your rental car and head across the Burnside Bridge into downtown Portland, home of the Pearl District and a variety of bookstores, brewpubs and coffee shops. On Saturdays, swing by the famous Saturday Market, located on the banks of the Willamette, where local artisans peddle their wares.
Portland is on the forefront of environmental awareness, and cycling enthusiasts can enjoy the more than 300 miles of colorfully marked bike trails that criss-cross throughout the city. Head to Forest Park, the largest urban park in the U.S., or take a hike up Mount Tabor for a birds-eye view of greater Portland, the largest city in Oregon.
Flying from Denver International Airport (DEN) to PDX takes 2 hours and 43 minutes. Spring is a gorgeous time of year to visit Portland, as flowers of all types and colors are in bloom. The unique city earned its rosy nickname because its climate provides the ideal conditions, allowing roses to thrive.