Portland Living Map
As you’re planning your trip to Portland, this map will provide you with a sense of our key city landmarks and neighborhood geography.
Near Me Now
Once you’re in town, visit Near Me Now to get recommendations on local business and attractions near your real-time location. You can also use Near Me Now during your planning phase; just enter a Portland location (say, a hotel or destination you want to visit). Or you can choose from our list of suggested points of interest.
The TriMet bus system, which covers the city and its suburbs, offers low fares, friendly drivers and full wheelchair accessibility.
Beyond big trees and picnic tables, Washington Park offers a zoo, two museums, gardens and more, all bordered by one of the country’s premier urban wildernesses.
In 2001, Portland built the nation’s first modern-day streetcar: the sleek and modern Portland Streetcar.
Union Station, with its elegant architecture and iconic “Go By Train” neon sign connects passengers with the city by bus, car and of course by train.
PDX boasts an easy light rail connection to downtown, free Wi-Fi, local food and drink and tax-free shopping with no markups — and 426 flights daily.
It’s easy to get to and from Portland by bus with the iconic Greyhound and its subsidiary BoltBus.
Bike tours let you see Portland like a local, rolling through neighborhoods along this cycling-friendly city’s many bike paths, trails and lanes.
These tours let you experience a street-level view of supremely walkable Portland.
Get a taste of Portland on a variety of food tours focused on specific ingredients, venues or neighborhoods.