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T+L's Definitive Guide to Portland, Oregon

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Lay of the Land

North Portland: This rapidly gentrifying arts district is dotted with galleries and shops.

Northwest: Victorian town houses and boutiques line the streets of this leafy neighborhood.

Old Town: Welcome to Chinatown, where street food vendors hawk snacks and stores sell quirky bric-a-brac.

Pearl District: With its warehouses now converted into luxury lofts, the Pearl District is downtown Portland’s upscale style center.

Southeast: This sprawling area has indie shops and Craftsman bungalows; it’s also home to Division Street, the city’s newly minted restaurant row.

West End: In downtown’s creative hub, hipsters converge at packed cafés and buzzy lounges.

Getting Around

To explore the city, hop on a bike, take the TriMet light rail, or rent a car.

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