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Astoria sits at the entrance to the vast Columbia River, positioned between the thrilling city of Portland to the east and a beautiful coastline to the west. It’s a charming waterfront city, with a fascinating museum of cinema for pop culture fans, and a historic fort from the city’s fur-trading days. The trading history of the area is also chronicled in the absorbing Columbia River Maritime Museum, which is situated on the harbor and features a range of military, fishing and trading exhibits. For total flexibility when exploring the charming city of Astoria and the surrounding region, let Orbitz help you find the perfect rental car.

Astoria and beyond: Roaming the Pacific Northwest

Astoria is perfectly placed to take you from Oregon’s most populous city to wild stretches of coastline barely touched by development. Here are three sights to take in on your travels.

Long Beach, Washington

Cross the Astoria-Megler Bridge and head into the neighboring state of Washington. The southwestern coast here stretches out in a peninsula known as Long Beach. Here, you’ll find the amusingly named Cape Disappointment, a scenic state park with camping spots and hiking trails. The peninsula also offers secluded beaches, and an interpretive center dedicated to the explorers Lewis and Clark.

Journey time: Around 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 20 miles

Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach is one of the most beautiful coastal spots in Oregon, a vast patch of sandy shoreline facing the tooth-shaped Haystack Rock. It’s an undeniably dramatic beach, with waterfalls crashing onto the sand, and storms rolling in from the sea. The city of the same name is inhabited by an artistic community, who run an enticing collection of distilleries, galleries, and independent restaurants.

Journey time: Around 40 minutes

Distance: Approximately 25 miles


Portland can make a serious claim to being one of the coolest cities in the US; it’s an endlessly hip destination with a vast array of independent bars, cafes and stores lining its colorful streets. Embrace the eco-friendly atmosphere at attractions such as the Japanese Garden and Oregon Zoo, before spending the evening finding your new favorite restaurant in its many trendy neighborhoods.

Journey time: Around two hours

Distance: Approximately 90 miles