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  • Portland sits on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of Mount Hood


Not even counting the tattoos and artsy types, Portland reigns in the American imagination as the country’s hippest city. A diverse culinary scene, thought-provoking art collections, and plenty of environmental initiatives give this city its cool reputation, set against the backdrop of towering Mount Hood.

Explore this green city by bike, with no shortage of scenic trails that follow the Willamette or Columbia Rivers or take you to brighter sights with the vibrant murals and street paintings of the Foster-Powell area. After working up an appetite, follow your stomach to the Saturday Market or scout out a food truck totting top-quality international fare, one of the most unique aspects of the Portland dining scene.

Portland residents take their beverages seriously, which is why the city is home to a famous craft beer scene and some of the best coffee roasters on the West Coast. Start your mornings with a flavourful cup at Stumptown Roasters, the city’s most famous coffee export. Portland breweries offer a wide variety of beers, from triple IPAs to brett barrel-aged goldens conditioned with pineapple including a tour of the facility where all the barley, hops, and yeasting salts combine into magic.

If that’s not your scene, Distillery Row in the Central Eastside area is fostering a craft distillery movement of independent small-batch liquors, including vodka, whiskey, gin, and more.

Portland, United States

  • Artisan Adventures in the Wild Northwest

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: Enjoy an exhilarating journey that starts in the City by the Bay and travels north through breathtaking parts of Oregon until you reach Seattle in the state of Washington. It’s a trip packed with spellbinding landscapes such as the Avenue of the Giants, thirty-one miles of magnificent Redwood trees, the spectacular Oregon Dunes and Columbia River Gorge. In between you can discover stops for world-class wine and excellent cheese-making in Sonoma County, quaint towns and artists’ enclaves with amazing craft breweries and tasty seafood from Puget Sound, once you are in Seattle.
    Duration:
    11 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,256
    Trip Type:
    Active & Adventurous, Self-Drives
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  • Pacific Northwest Wine Trail

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: Approach this trip with grape expectations. Napa will be the most recognizable name to many, but wine connoisseurs will also know about Rogue Valley and Willamette Valley in Oregon. The possible wine tastings on this trip are endless. Tasting rooms are on outdoor terraces, chateaus, on the Napa Valley Wine Train, in historic hotels and on splendid lawns, but wherever they are breathtaking views are always on the menu. So are gourmet cheeses, spreads, salamis, charcuteries, truffles, and fresh baked breads that invariably accompany wine pairings. Yes, there are other pursuits to make this journey to remember. The mineral hot springs and historic mud baths of the Silverado Trail, a hike to the summit of Mount St. Helena, a visit to stunning Crater Lake National Park and lunch in Sausalito.
    Duration:
    13 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,029
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives, Tailor-made Travel Ideas
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  • Quaint New England Towns

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: A delightful itinerary around New England that starts and ends in Boston, but reveals the beauty of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont through its enchanting small towns. The scenery is breathtaking throughout, with stunning coastal areas, including Cape Cod, and the magnificent White and Green Mountains. There’s the witches of Salem, Norman Rockwell’s home, the famous ‘Covered Bridges’, a replica of the Mayflower, lighthouses and the Mystic Pizza restaurant.
    Duration:
    12 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,656
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
    United States See Trip Details
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