- 2.5-hour walking tour of Portland
- See Portland’s famous food carts, visit Powell’s Bookstore, and explore the Pearl District
- Admire the Portlandia Statue – the second-largest staute in the world!
- Pass markets, parks, gardens and several of Portland’s well-known bridges
- Learn about Portland’s history, culture, arts and sustainability from your guide
What You Can Expect
Niles did a fabulous tour --just two of us--walking almost non stop! We did take a break at the Benson Hotel and enjoyed looking at all the lovely wood décor and the gorgeous fire place. I know so much more about the history of this progress city thanks to him.
Gunnar was a great tour guide, very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The local tour company was very flexible and accomodating - the scheduled tour guide actually broke their ankle the night before, but they were able to find Gunnar as a replacement and reschedule with us for later in the day, which worked out great. This did make his food recommendations less useful since we'd already eaten, but he pointed out a lot of interesting architecture and historical information as well. Definitely recommended, great value for the price!
Gunner was charming, knowledgeable and fun. Would def. recommend him.
Having never spent time in Portland, I found this walking tour the perfect way to become acclimated to the city. Our wonderful and knowledgeable guide made every moment a super fun learning experience. It was the perfect first thing to do as a newcomer in Portland. Love this city!!
This tour was amazing!
gunnar was an excellent guide ; he knew the city backwards and forwards and brought it to life for us with his knowledge and humor
Most knowledgeable and very interesting guide. No photos taken during tour.
Very good tour with a lot of interested places.
Booking of the tour was extremely easy considering we just googled it minutes before booking. Tour guide was fun and very informative. It indeed was a couple hours well spent. Wish we had done the tour at the beginning of our trip instead of the end. We now have a list of things of do for our next trip to Portland.
Had a great experience. An amazing way to learn about Portland.