Portland Oregon Map - Things to Do Portland, Old Town Chinatown, Rose Gardens, Oregon Cities - Worldatlas.com
Portland is often named the "Greenest City in America".
Oregon is the only other state besides New Jersey where people can't pump their own gas - an attendant must do that job!
Mt. Hood, to the east of Portland, is a dormant volcano and part of a network of volcanic peaks within the Cascade range.
Check out our Portland attraction map to spot some exciting places to visit.
Portland Rose Gardens The Portland Rose Gardens (in various locations across the city), soothe the mind and body with magnificent displays of roses. The rose gardens bloom with color and life and are a favorite stop for Oregon tourists, and for locals wanting to relax and unwind. The Portland Rose Gardens are also home to a yearly Rose Festival and parade. Alberta Arts District The Alberta Arts District is best known for being a lively arts community that throws a big party the last Thursday of the month. Within the district are funky boutiques, great galleries, dozens of coffee shops and an assortment of good Portland restaurants. Located along Alberta Street, it's spread across one of the city's most culturally diverse and historic neighborhoods. Old Town Chinatown Enjoy the sights and learn the stories about Portland's oldest and most intriguing neighborhood. Old Town Chinatown is an interesting mix of history, commercial office space, popular bars, nightclubs and Chinese restaurants. The biggest attraction in Old Town is the amazing Classical Chinese Garden, an authentic Suzhou-style garden and the largest of its kind in the nation. Here you can enjoy the busy Saturday Market, taste amazing local food, shop for local arts and crafts and just have fun for the whole day in this city within a city!