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Portland Travel guide
Portland : Michelin's recommendations
Maine's largest city is located on Casco Bay, known for its picturesque Calendar Islands. The city is an important oil and fishing port and the financial, cultural and commercial center of northern New England's major metropolitan area. Portland is rimmed with pleasant parks and strolling paths; the Eastern and Western promenades, both designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, offer panoramic bay views. The waterfront, boasting a busy working port and cluster of fishing piers, is along Commercial Street.
Tourist attractions Portland : Things to see and do
549 Congress Street USA - Portland
The central downtown area is bounded by the Willamette River on the east and by the curve of I-405 on the other sides. Compact, clean and pedestrian-friendly, with short, 200ft square blocks and three historic districts, the city's core is a destinat..
7 Congress Square Plaza USA - Portland 04101
Known for its collection of 19C and 20C American art-in particular the Elizabeth B. Noyce Collection of paintings by the likes of Winslow Homer, Andrew Wyeth, Edward Hopper and other artists who drew their inspiration from the striking Maine landscap..
489 Congress St. USA - Portland ME 04101
This 1785 brick dwelling was the childhood home of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-82), the first American to be memorialized in the Poet's Corner of London's Westminster Abbey.
20 Milk Street USA - Portland ME ME 04101
Located in the Old Port district in Portland, Maine, the Portland Regency Hotel and Spa has an on-site fitness centre, steam rooms, hot tubs and full service day spa. The hotel’s restaurant Twenty Milk Street serves American-styled seafood dishes ma..
88 Spring Street USA - Portland ME ME 04101
Located in downtown Portland, this Maine hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool, and rooms equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a work desk. Spacious rooms feature bright decor along with plush bedding and an en suite bathroom. Te..