Visit Portland, Maine for its renowned food scene, historic architecture, and waterfront activities. Sample fresh seafood, craft beer, and local spirits, and explore the city's museums, art galleries, and shops. Take a stroll along the waterfront, visit the iconic Portland Head Light, or take a ferry to the nearby islands for a day trip.
where we stayed
We stayed at the Black Elephant Hostel from Hostel World. For a budget-friendly, community-oriented lodging experience in the heart of the city's vibrant East End. Enjoy comfortable and stylish accommodations, a shared kitchen and lounge, and a prime location near popular attractions, restaurants, and shops.
how to get around
Getting around Portland, Maine is easy with options including walking, biking, public transportation, and car rentals. We rented through Enterprise but visitors can also take advantage of the city's many sightseeing tours, which offer a fun and informative way to explore the city and its surrounding areas.