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What are Portland’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Washington Park

Spend time at Washington Park while holidaying on cheap flights to Portland to enjoy Oregon nature without leaving the city. The park covers 166 hectares just west of Downtown, and is teeming with things to see and do, including the Oregon Zoo, Japanese Garden, and Hoyt Arboretum. Gardens and forests around the park showcase flora that’s native to Oregon, including roses that the region is famous for and evergreen trees as tall as skyscrapers.

Pittock Mansion

Head to the Pittock Mansion in between your return flights to Portland to learn about life during the Edwardian era. The mansion was built in 1914 and is one of Oregon’s most well-known historic houses. Pittock Mansion feels like a time capsule with decorations that perfectly reflect the style of upper-class Portland in the early 20th century. Visit the mansion while holidaying on flights to Portland to wander through its 23 rooms, including a music room, Turkish smoking room, and grand bedrooms. Then stop by the gardens where you’ll see colourful flowers and stunning views over the Cascade Mountains and Downtown Portland.

Mount Hood National Forest

Swap the rush of the city for the stillness of rural Oregon by taking a day trip to Mount Hood while holidaying on flights to Portland. Mount Hood National Forest is about 90 minutes from central Portland by car and is part of the Cascade Range. The dramatic peak of Mount Hood is an active volcano; but don’t worry – it hasn’t erupted since 1907. There are 158 hiking trails around Mount Hood National Forest, and each one offers a unique perspective. Ramona Falls Trail and Tamanawas Falls Trail are both great options that include caves, waterfalls, and views of Mount Hood.

 

What is the best way to get around Portland?

Central Portland is walkable and well-serviced by public transport. These options are perfect if you’re planning to spend most of your time exploring the attractions, restaurants, shops, and craft breweries around the city centre while holidaying on flights to Portland. However, Portland is located about halfway between the mountains and ocean, so there are incredible day trips to take by renting a car after you book airfare to Portland. Book a car through Webjet after purchasing tickets to Portland, and pick the car up from Portland International Airport (PDX) when you arrive.

Portland’s public transport network is made up of a light rail, streetcar, and buses. The light rail has five lines that connect the city centre with Portland’s inner and outer suburbs. You can also catch the Red Line into the city after you land at Portland International Airport (PDX). The Portland streetcar has three routes. Each one passes through Downtown and extends into popular inner suburbs including Nob Hill, Chinatown, and Central Eastside. Public buses are another option available to visitors holidaying on return flights to Portland. There are 79 routes that connect the city and suburbs.

Cycling is one of the favourite transportation methods among locals. Follow their lead by renting a bike for a portion of the time that you’ll be visiting Oregon on cheap flights to Portland. Biketown is a bike-sharing service that’s available across the city.

 

When is the best time to visit Portland?

Summer is often considered the best time to travel with airfare to Portland in terms of weather. Daytime temperatures reach about 27°C, so you’ll be able to spend plenty of time outdoors if you book return flights to Portland during this season. Summer is also when roses are in full bloom and has led to Portland being nicknamed the “City of Roses.” There are dozens of outdoor markets and festivals to enjoy in summer, but be aware that this is also peak season. Portland is busy, so lock in your hotel room early for the best rate.

Autumn days cool down with average temperatures between 10° and 20°C. You’ll come across fewer tourists by booking cheap flights to Portland in autumn, and this is one of the best times to visit Oregon’s national parks to enjoy the vibrant foliage.

Pacific Northwest winters are infamous for rain, and Portland is no exception. There seems to be a constant drizzle between December and February, but on the bright side, heavy rain isn’t common. Daytime temperatures reach about 8°C, and Portland cools to about 3°C at night. Winter is low season, so you’ll find the best accommodation deals by booking winter plane tickets to Portland.

Temperatures increase and rain decreases in spring. Temperatures average between 15° and 20°C, and although you may experience some rain, it’s much less than in winter. Spring is also whale watching season on the Oregon coast. Plan a day trip to the coast for a whale watching tour if you book spring flights to Portland. 

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