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Portland, OR

Portland Quick Guide

Portland, Oregon is surrounded by natural beauty. Both visitors and residents alike take advantage of the city's location at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. The city's location along the Willamette combined with the majestic Cascade Mountains make it an ideal outdoor paradise for those who live, work and play here.

Portland was a major port city up until the 1890s, and today's Portland boasts an economy driven by business services, distribution, government, manufacturing, technology, tourism and wholesale and retail trade.

The Portland City/County Information Center is located at 1221 SW 4th Ave., room 110. Citizens can call the center at (503) 823-4000 to find the Portland information and services they need.

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Portland, OR

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Portland's inventory of parks and outdoor spaces is impressive, with some 37,000 acres of outdoor spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy. A full 5,000 of those acres are encompassed in Forest Park, an urban forest that includes some 70 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Or go for a run along the 1.5 mile stretch of the Eastbank Esplanade, a recreational riverfront causeway the runs along the Willamette River.

As easy as it is to find outdoor pursuits in Portland, there are many opportunities to enjoy indoor activities as well. If you love art, don't miss the Portland Art Museum's impressive collection of works, including Native American and Northwest Art.

You can also catch a performance of the Portland Opera at Keller Auditorium or the Oregon Symphony at Schnitzer Concert Hall. And if you're looking for an evening of fast-paced action, check out a Portland Trailblazers game at the Rose Garden Arena.

For added dimension, and a bit of mystery, take a tour of the Portland Underground tunnels. This series of subterranean tunnels dates back to the late 1800s when men were forced or dropped into tunnels under the Old Town and Chinatown area of the city, and then sold as slaves to ships along the waterfront.

Things to Do in Portland

Try a new cuisine, find a new hangout or take up a new hobby. Portland's varied neighborhoods and mix of cultures make it easy to find new things to do!

Portland's reputation as a Mecca for microbreweries has earned the city the unofficial nickname of "Brewtopia." According to some, Portland is the self-proclaimed home of what some call an American microbrew revolution, and the sheer variety and number of unique brewpubs located here is only surpassed by the variety of beers served at many bars, restaurants and night clubs.

If it's Saturday - or Sunday for that matter - be sure to head over to the Portland Saturday Market under the Burnside Bridge in southwest Portland. You'll find everything from arts and crafts to food and more at this popular Portland attraction.

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