Find a wide range of retail and brand selection all within a walkable and compact downtown area. Visitors will have easy access to great food, numerous cultural offerings and beautiful green spaces. Good news for treasure hunters—shopping is TAX FREE!
Enjoy one of Portland's favorite historic warehouse sections with cobblestone streets and loading docks. Stylish rejuvenation has interwoven stylish bars and eateries alongside modern lofts, making the area a popular attraction.
With easy access via light rail or streetcar, the Lloyd District is home to the Convention Center, Oregon's largest shopping mall, the MODA Center and the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum.
While hikers and nature lovers will enjoy adjoining Forest Park, those seeking leisurely strolls will also be lured to explore the boutiques, restaurants and Victorian houses lining the streets of this neighborhood.
Emerging as one of Portland's newest close-in sections, SE Division and Clinton Streets offer block after block of "must see" and "must eat" experiences.
Looking for eclectic? The Hawthorne District is that, with a walkable street of vintage shops, boutiques and cafés. You will be busy for blocks and blocks!
Antique hunters seek out the historic Sellwood/Moreland area featuring a mix of shops, vintage vendors and restaurants—a quick cross over the river from downtown. Remember—TAX FREE shopping all the way!
Highlighting an array of vintage and indie shops, bars, coffee houses and popular food carts, Belmont is a district of its own, just blocks away from SE Hawthorne Boulevard.
This section of Portland's original downtown is now an entertainment district with Portland's Saturday Market, Lan Su Chinese Garden and Voodoo Doughnuts.