Portland Oregon is a great place to visit. There are many fun ways to spend your time, including outdoor recreation, interesting museums, and great neighborhood restaurants. These guide books will help you learn more about Portland's many visitor amenities and attractions.
This comprehensive guide to Porland, Oregon, is packed with all kinds of information useful to visitors and new residents. There are handy maps that reveal the highlights of Portland's various districts, focusing your attention on where to stay, eat, shop, and play. Moon Handbooks: Portland also includes information about day trips to such nearby attractions as the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood.
"Insiders' Guide to Portland, Oregon: Including the Metro Area and Vancouver, Washington" provides comprehensive coverage of everything the Portland area has to offer, including restaurants, shopping, and neighborhoods. This guide is appropriate for both visitors and residents.
"Best Places Portland: The Best Restaurants, Lodgings, and a Complete Guide to the City" reviews and ranks the city's hotels, restaurants, and attractions. The book begins with general trip planning and city information. Chapters are devoted to restaurants, lodging, exploring, shopping, performing arts, and nightlife. This book is a particularly good choice for Portland residents looking for a comprehensive guide to their city.
This Fodor's travel guide to Portland, Oregon, provides a thorough introduction to the Rose City. Portland's distinctive neighborhoods are covered, along with recommendations for where to eat, where to stay, and what you can do in each part of town. Individual chapters are devoted to nightlife and the arts, sports and outdoor recreation, shopping, and side trips.