Holiday trips can be stressful, especially if you’re the one taking care of preparations, bookings, and locations to visit. There is so much going on, and you have to make it all work in just a few days. Don’t worry – we put together a list of some great tips that will help you to plan and spend the best holiday in Oregon.
#1 Choose a historical trip
Historical trips in Oregon are something worth considering. First of all, they don’t take much time to plan. Usually, you’d pick museums and sights you would like to visit, and that’s pretty much it. If you want to take the most out of your trip, try paying a visit to the Portland Harbor Museum. It’s an exciting place where you’ll see the history of Portland Harbour and its role in shaping Southern Maine’s identity. On the other hand, the museum is located near Spring Point Ledge Light and Fort Preble. So, by visiting PHM, you’ll get the full-day excursion.
#2 Choose good weather
Summers in Oregon are the most beautiful part of the year. Ideal weather conditions are from July through mid-September. Although it may seem that weather conditions have nothing to do with your holiday, just think about sitting in the hotel room whole day because of the inclement weather. Plus, any outdoor activity is impossible to perform in adverse weather, which is another reason to think about the weather when planning your holiday.
#3 How long will you stay
You should plan your trip depending on the duration of your holiday. If you’re visiting just for the weekend, try to visit as many places you can. However, the trick is to set up a radius and try to go with it. That way, you’ll maximize your free time and see a greater part of the city you chose. If you have more time at your disposal, you can dial back a bit because you’ll have a plenty of time to go whatever you’d like.