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Planning to visit Portland? This page has all the necessary information you need including various modes of transportation for getting around town. Links under community web sites can guide you to local history, the latest events, and what attractions this thriving city has to offer. Be sure to visit the chamber of commerce for maps and literature of Portland and the surrounding metro area. Explore this page for details to aid in trip planning.
of Portland Bicycle Program
Includes a map of bikeways.
Oregon Live is a site affiliated with The Oregonian and provides news, feature stories, weather, sports, entertainment, classified ads, politics, travel and other content from The Oregonian. Content from other sources also is added to provide breaking news and latest sports, weather and traffic information. Site is updated three times daily.
Portland Chamber of Commerce. 200 SW Market Street, Suite 1770, Portland, OR 97201. Phone: 503-224-8684; Fax: 503-323-9186.
Multnoma County Library- Central Library. 801 SW 10th Avenue, Portland, OR 9972057212. Phone: 503-988-5123.
Portland Monthly Magazine. 623 SW Oak, Suite 300, Portland, OR 97205. Phone: 503-222-5144; Fax: 503-227-8777.
Portland Tribune. 6605 SE Lake Road, Portland, OR 97222. Phone: 503-226-6397; Fax: 503-620-3433.
The Oregonian. 1320 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201. Phone: 503-221-8100.
Radio Cab Company. 1613 NW Kearney, Portland, OR 97209. Phone: 503-227-1212; Fax: 503-227-4220.
See our transportation page for automobile rentals, bus and shuttle services, charters, limousines and taxis.
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Moon Portland, 2nd Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Hollyanna McCollom. This longtime resident covers the best of the Portland area featuring the most popular sights. This guide has expert tips on the best dining including different cuisines, plus the best bars and nightclubs. Order now...
Best Places Portland by Elizabeth Lopeman. The guide includes information on walking tours, the arts, shopping with a focus on locally owned stores, nightlife and updated reviews of restaurants, hotels, brewpubs and wine bars. Order now...
Frommer's Portable Portland, 6th Edition by Karl Samson. Whether at the International Rose Test Garden or in search of the city's best microbrew, our expert author guides you to your best Portland experience. Included are detailed maps, candid reviews of hotels and restaurants, plus sights, shopping, and nightlife, exact prices, directions, opening hours, and other practical information. Order now...
Fodor's In Focus Portland, 2nd Edition by Fodor's. Fodor's choice ratings you can trust. Exceptional restaurants, hotels, and sights selected to help you make the best choices. Simple pleasures. Embrace the local scene as you sip a local microbrew, stroll through Washington Park, or dine on the freshest regional fare at great restaurants. Order now...
Quick Escapes From Portland, OR: The Best Weekend Getaways by Chris Cunningham. We've done the planning. You do the packing. When you only have a few days to get away, why spend half your time preparing? Quick Escapes frees you from the details and puts you on the road to a good time. Order now...
Secret Portland, Oregon 2010: The Unique Guidebook to Portland's Hidden Sites, Sounds, & Tastes by Tom Burgess, Ann Carroll Burgess, and Linda Rutenberg. An offbeat alternative to most basic travel guides, this volume exposes local histories and legends while revealing the best eateries, hotels, and hottest nightspots. This handy travel tome shows experiencing the unknown can be truly unforgettable. Order now...
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