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For a long time, Portland, Oregon, was the city that many forgot existed, serving mostly as a layover for those who were traveling to California from Washington, and vice-versa. Today, thanks to an influx of young professionals, Portland is starting to come into its own. The City of Roses has easy access to plenty of locally-grown produce and seafood which make up an important part of the local cuisine.
Travelers will discover once in Portland that the outdoors is your playground. Mount Hood and Washington Park both provide outstanding hiking opportunities, while the Classical Chinese and Japanese gardens are beautiful backdrops for peaceful walks. For skyline views of the city, head over to the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, or Mount Tabor.
Renting a car is your most economical option for touring Portland, especially the city's outlying areas. Portland International Airport (PDX) is a 20-minute drive from downtown and can conveniently be reached by taking Highway 205 to I-84.
When traveling to PDX from McCarran International Airport (LAS), a direct flight has a total travel time of about two hours. Portland is famous for its eco-conscious atmosphere, so if you decide to drive through the city, keep your eye out for bicyclists, and remember to yield to those in designated bike lanes.