Portland

Big city excitement and small town charm make Portland, Oregon, known as "the City of Roses", one of the favorite destinations in the West.  Portland is situated approximately 70 miles fro the Pacific in a magnificent setting between the sparkling waters of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.  Portland's historic old town, galleries and museums, Saturday Market, and theatre companies will keep visitors busy for weeks!  Its lush green parks are perfect for a picnic or afternoon stroll.  Also, Portland is just a short distance from the Willamette valley wineries, skiing at Mt Hood and all the excitement and beauty of Oregon's spectacular ocean beaches.

Portlands award winning mass transit system is one of the most extensive and advanced in the U.S.  The transit system includes buses, streetcars, historic trollies and the MAX, an urban light rail line.  There's also a downtown transit mall and Fareless Square, the downtown free-ride zone.  It's fun to take a relaxing ride on the MAX train and watch the Portland world slide by.

Portland was built with walking in mind.  The short blocks, combined with public art and old fashioned statuary, fountains, bridges and parks offer opportunities for leisure and contemplation for the casual stroller.  Walking tours of the downtown area focusing on the best of the city's art, architecture, urban parks and fountains are available.  For the more adventuresome walker, Forest Park has over 70 miles of trails.  

A splendid location, relaxed respectability, and urban lifestyle that is unsurpassed for its livability makes Portland a city great city to live in.  Local neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality, are hallmarks of the Portland metropolitan area.  From newly planned areas to historic urban conservation districts, Portland has a diversity of living situations.

A major commerce center, Greater Portland boasts exceptional domestic and international connectivity.  The region lays claim to two ports-the Ports of Portland and Vancouver-providing easy and direct access to overseas shipping and receiving services.  Air service is Tier 1 as well.  Portland International Airport (PDX) offers 252 non-stop daily departing flights, with direct flights to Boston, New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago to name a few.  Daily international flights run to Tokyo and Amsterdam, and 13 air-cargo carriers run with non-stop service to Beijing and Seoul.  The Greater Portland region is a great place for businesses to call home.  The region serves as a launching pad for some of the country's most innovative and forward-thinking brands, from athletic and outdoor apparel giants Nike and Columbia Sportswear to technology pioneers like Intel and clean tech companies like Vestas and SolarWorld USA.  These companies are attracted to the region's educated workforce, low cost of business and quality of place, which is like no other region in the U.S.

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