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Cutting edge culture and a craft beer bonanza in Portland
With Mount Hood looming like a ghostly arrowhead on the horizon, Portland is an atmospheric destination alive with the buzz of fixie bikes and the chatter of the craft beer hangouts. This is the self-proclaimed hipster capital of the United States, a haven of independent American microbreweries, and an ideal gateway for outdoors adventurers interested to see the best of Oregon. Whether you come to swing to Bakersfield tunes on the grass that lines the Willamette River, explore the coolest bars and restaurants, or ski your way down the countless slopes of the Coast Range, you can rest assured there are Portland holiday rentals to suit you.
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In Oregon's capital of cool, where the vibes are all about the local charm and kicking it Portland-style, it's easy to see why you'd want your very own pad. There's really no better way to fit in with the natives of Stumptown than with your own condo in the heart of the bohemian Pearl District, or a flat between the historic landmarks of Old Town PDX. The benefits of Portland holiday apartments don't stop there, either. You'll also get roomier suites and more space than you're likely to get in a conventional hotel, which is perfect if you're visiting town with the whole family in tow.
Top things to do in Portland
You'll want to divvy up your time carefully in Portland. Of course, a beer tour of the local microbreweries is a must for hops heads, while flitting between the famous food truck parks tasting jalapeno-powered Tex-Mex and cumin-scented Middle Eastern mezze should always be on the menu for foodies. Other folk will come here for the mountains and the backcountry. Hikes to the top of Mount Hood – the highest point in all of Oregon – are among thing to do there. You'll join sections of the famous Pacific Crest Trail as you weave around the wooded base of the peak, while winter means a chance to don the salopettes and hit the groomed downhill pistes of Timberline Lodge.
Getting around in Portland
Portland's super-efficient TriMet transport network comes up trumps when it's time to hop from the doorstep of those holiday rentals in Portland to the central breweries and sights. It's based on an interconnected web of light rail, streetcars and buses, the first of which offer the longer-distance routes out to Portland International Airport. The Portland streetcars are the best option for getting around the neighbourhoods in the heart of the city, while walking and cycling are also popular to boot. Hiring a car is a great idea if you're planning to explore the high Coast Range and the wild backcountry around Mount Hood.