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Salem Vacations

Salem is all the wonderful things about Oregon bundled into a small, sweet, and accessible package. The political center of the Williamette Valley, this state capital is still brimming with the optimistic pioneer spirit upon which it was founded. An agricultural town at heart, no Salem vacations are complete without sampling the "Cherry City's" most-famous product.

Major Attractions

The best way to explore this quaint city is to browse options for car rentals in Salem. Don't miss the Oregon State capitol, and if you have kids in tow, the interactive Discovery Village is a must. The Prewitt-Allen Archaeological Museum showcases pieces from the ancient Mediterranean and the Bush House Museum offers a collection of artifacts in the luxurious setting of a 19th-century mansion. Those truly interested in Salem throughout the ages can't miss the Williamette Heritage Center, which provides insights into the lives of early settlers and houses the best-preserved Victorian factory in the American West.

Recurring Festivals and Events

Attend the Bite of Salem festival in January to sample local cuisine, and vacation to Salem when the weather's warm to experience even more unique annual events you won't want to miss. The Salem Multicultural Institute puts on the World Beat Festival each June. Participants can enjoy music, dance, cuisine, and folklore from each of the continents, making Salem one of the world's most thriving and diverse cities for two days. Art enthusiasts flock to the annual Salem Art Fair and Festival put on by the Salem Art Association each summer at Bush's Pasture Park. While it no longer holds the Cherry festivals that made Salem a destination in the early 1900s, it's still honored as the host for the Oregon State Fair, held at the end of August through Labor Day. This is the state's largest event and promises to be full of classic carnival fun.

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Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Salem?
Travelocity has flight and hotel packages from just $315. With these kinds of deals, you’ll be exploring all of Salem in no time.
How long should my Salem vacation be?
Most sightseers vacation in Salem for about 2 nights. That being said, traveling is all about trying out new things and creating unforgettable memories — why not lock in a few more nights to do just that?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Salem?
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Why should I purchase my Salem vacation bundle with Travelocity?
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Can I save on my Salem car rental if I bundle it with my hotel or flight?
Combining your flight, hotel and car into a Salem vacation package is the best way to score an incredible deal. Plus, having your own set of wheels gives you freedom to make your way to all those big sights you’re itching to check out. Located 60 mi from Salem, University of Oregon is one place that should be on your to-do list. Load up the car and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Salem?
You’ll score the lowest hotel prices around and pay more during . It’s generally less busy in November, December and January, while there’ll be more fellow travelers to hang out with during the months of March, May and August. It comes down to what prices you’re willing to pay, the weather and how you handle crowds.
Which airport is best for Salem?
Portland Intl. Airport (PDX) (50 mi away from downtown), Mahlon Sweet Field Airport (EUG) (60 mi away from central Salem) and Salem, OR (SLE-McNary Field) (3 mi away from central Salem) are the main hubs in Salem.
What is there to do in Salem?
Salem has plenty of sights to check out, such as Willamette Valley Vineyards and Salem Riverfront Park. These two impressive attractions top most visitors’ travel itineraries.
Where should I stay when visiting Salem?
If you’re searching for someplace comfortable to base yourself, check out the La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Salem OR. It’s the top choice for many travelers.

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