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Portland has held the banks of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers for over 150 years. It was inhabited by the Upper Chinook Indians before being settled as a port and logging town. Today it is known as the City of Roses, Stumptown, Bridgetown or Beervana, and is home of an astonishing amount of local breweries, local cafes, parks, art and quirky neighborhoods for you to tour and enjoy. With a focus on individuality, creativity, the interesting and the innovative, Portland is a great place to tour by foot, bike, car, or public transportation.
If you really want to get the feel of the city we recommend touring at least partially by bike. Portland has the most bicyclists per capita in the U.S. and the city has 318 miles of bike lanes, which contributes to why it is considered one of the most bike friendly cities in all of the United States as well as one of the most "green" cities in the world. Public Transportation is also a big part of the city as Portland ranks seventh in transit ridership for the United States. No matter which mode of transportation you decide to use -- drive, bike or public transit - this city will meet you with friendliness, inspiration, and a little bit of crazy. During this "Keep Portland Weird" Tour we will take you through some of the interesting history of Portland, into a few of the most unique shops and stops, right up to the door of great food and drink, and leave you with an experience to remember.
*Note: Continued use of GPS in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. The app and GPS remain active in the background as you walk from place to place, so that you can listen to each location conveniently as you travel, without removing the phone from your pocket or pressing buttons, even when your phone goes to sleep!