Portland Walking Tours
SW Broadway and Salmon
Take an award-winning guided outdoor walking tour of Portland. Their most popular tour is also dog-friendly and is called The Best of Portland. This 2 to 2.5 hour morning tour clarifies why Portland is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live. You¹ll explore early and modern Portland as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, downtown trains, fountains, and 30+ brewpubs. The tour goes through downtown Portland, the Cultural District, Historic Yamhill and along the riverfront.Tours are daily at 10:00 a.m., from April through November. The cost is $19 per person and free for dogs. At the beginning of the tour, the guide will ask if everyone is okay with dogs. If there is anyone in your tour that is uncomfortable around dogs, you might have to keep your pooch away from that person by staying on the other side of the group. The overwhelming majority of people on these tours are okay with dogs. This tour leaves from the Broadway entrance to the Hilton Hotel. Please note that they strongly recommend advance tickets, which can be purchased at a discount online.
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