Oregon is a thrilling destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, boasting around 361 miles of beautiful coastline together with various landscapes containing fossil-studded desert, rivers, forests, and mountains. For an alteration of bound, you could take long romantic walks on the beach, sample fresh seafood, go to a winery, or visit one of the lively cities in Oregon. Here are some great places to visit: 

 Oregon

 

Portland 

There is never a gloomy moment in Portland, where an excellent mixture of thriving arts scene, galleries, museums, historic architecture, and outdoor recreation await you. 1st-time visitors could get an overview of the city on one of the few Portland Trolley tours, which take in anything from coffee roasters to breweries and historic sites.  

The Oregon Museum of Industry and Science and the momentous Pittock Mansion are must-sees, whereas families could have tons of fun at the interactive Portland Children’s Museum and the Portland Zoo. The town is recognized for its gardens. So, make sure that you visit the Sculpture Garden, Portland Art Museum, and the Portland Japanese Garden. Or, you could also go strolling, biking, or hiking in Washington Park. 

Astoria 

Astoria, as the oldest American Settlement West of Rocky Mountains, is filled with small-town appeal and history as well as a variety of outdoor and cultural activities for weekenders. You could visit a lot of unique shops, studios, and galleries in the town or listen to a concert in its historic theater.  

You could explore the historic working waterfront of Astoria on the Astoria Trolley, take a Columbia River Eco Tour, or visit the Maritime Museum and the Bumble Bee Cannery Museum. You could make the most of the peaceful waterfront location of Astoria by kayaking or paddling with the Clatsop Paddle Company or by trying your hand at clam-digging or fishing.  

Hood River 

This is a pleasant tiny town that offers a great base for exploring the natural wonders of the Columbia River Gorge and Hood River. Hood River has a lot of other amazing activities for the more inactive tourist, aside from providing easy access to a huge diversity of adventure activities like river rafting, kite-boarding, windsurfing, and hiking.  

You could respect several culture and art as you walk over the attractively reestablished historic downtown, watch a show at the Columbia Center for the Arts, or visit several galleries. Food enthusiasts could titillate their taste buds on tours to farm-to-fork restaurants, coffee roasters, breweries, and wineries or drive the beautiful Hood River County Fruit Loop for several fresh farm products.  

Multnomah Falls 

These majestic falls are a must-see spot for those who want to go in the Columbia Gorge/Mount Hood region of Oregon. The falls could be reached in just 31 min. on the I-84 from Portland.  

According to some legends, the falls once offered a very private location for a princess. However, today, everybody could enjoy the sight of this amazing natural wonder. To get the full photo, you would need to take a walk to the base of the falls.