Take advantage of the many shopping and eating options in Oregon, as it is one of the few states that has no sales tax on goods and services.
Portland is noted as one of the most environmentally friendly cities in North America. The city is the largest in Oregon, and known for having many parks, bridges, bicycle paths and the many eco-friendly coffee shops and microbreweries. This family-friendly itinerary includes lots of fun family things to do in Portland and explores a few of Portland’s prominent neighborhoods at a leisurely pace. Start your day with a fun stroll through Nob Hill, one of the most charming little neighbourhoods located northwest of downtown Portland. The streets are lined of Victorian style storefronts with modern and eco-friendly interiors. Take the time to explore the many unique and sophisticated shops that cater to all age groups. The neighborhood will also delight the foodie in you with a variety of unique dining options. Stop for lunch at Pepino’s Mexican Grill for the best fish tacos you’ve ever had. For dessert head to Salt & Straw, the most popular ice cream shop around. Afterwards, drive to Pittock Mansion for the the best skyline views at this historic mansion. Finally, end your day with some retail therapy at Pioneer Place Mall. Oregon has no sales tax!