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Book Cheap Flights from Atlanta to Portland

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Airports in Atlanta

Atlanta (state capital of the US state of Georgia) is served by two airports. They are Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (also known as the Atlanta Airport or Hartsfield-Jackson) is located 7 miles away from Atlanta's central business district. The airport offers scheduled flight connectivity to almost all parts of the US and several major destinations worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity to all parts of the city from the airport through roadways, metro (the airport has its own train station), car rental services and ATL SkyTrain.

The DeKalb-Peachtree Airport is in the city of Chamblee, near Atlanta and serves only domestic flights.

Explore Portland

Portland is the largest city in the US state of Oregon. It is also a major port in the Willamette Valley region of the Pacific Northwest, located at the meeting point of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. The city is famous for its frequent rains and drizzles and is home to some picture-perfect scenery and several microbreweries. Portland is nicknamed the ‘City of Roses’ for its abundant rose gardens, and apart from them the visitors are also enthralled by its scenic gardens and urban parks. Some major parks here include the Portland Japanese Garden, International Rose Test Garden and Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

Things to do in Portland

Portland Japanese Garden

Spread across 9 acres, the Portland Japanese Garden is a 50-year-old traditional Japanese garden in Portland. It comprises 8 garden spaces, the largest of them is the Strolling Pond Garden. It features a 100-year-old five-tiered pagoda lantern, which was gifted by the Japanese city of Sapporo.

International Rose Test Garden

The International Rose Test Garden is the oldest continuously operating public rose test garden in the United States. It features more than 10000 rose bushes across nearly 650 varieties that bloom from April through October.

Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park is a 36.59-acre riverside park located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. It is currently home to the Waterfront Blues Festival, Oregon Brewers Festival, and many rose festivals. You should visit the park for jogging, walking, biking, skateboarding, fountain play, lunching, basketball and viewing fireworks.

Best Time to Fly to Portland

The best time to fly to Portland is the summer season from June to August. It is the best time to see the city’s blooming gardens and to enjoy Portland Rose Festival, and Waterfront Blues Festival.

Portland Travelers' Reviews

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Great flight deal to a great destination! Already in Portland airport, I felt a warm welcome and very friendly atmosphere which has continued in my three days here wherever I go. Culture, food, nature, Portland seems to have it all.
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