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Getting to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is easy on the SEPTA rail line, which offers a stop at the airport for your convenience.
Typical flight duration from PHL to Portland International Airport (PDX) is around four hours and 45 minutes. Once you arrive at your gate in PDX, take the TriMet Light Rail into the city to avoid the hassle associated with renting a car.
Portland is nicknamed “The City of Roses,” and you’ll understand why with a stop at the International Rose Test Garden. Get some fresh air in Portland with a stroll at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, a mile-long stretch down Willamette River.
For an eclectic shopping experience, visit the Portland Saturday Market, an open-air market at which you can pick up souvenirs and munch on some delicious foods. For a historical stop, visit the Pittock Mansion, a 22-room mansion built by the founder and publisher for the Oregonian newspaper.
For easy access to all Portland has to offer, select a central hotel located in downtown. To save a bit of cash, head out to The Pearl, an area with its own collection of shops and restaurants along with easy access to central Portland via the streetcar line.
If you are visiting Portland during the winter months, expect chilly temperatures, as the weather gets down to the low 40s. During the summer months, temperatures hover in the low 80s.