You will definitely wonder why you don’t live in this beautiful city of Portland. This place holds a reputation for manicured parks, eclectic nightlife, fine-micro breweries, and distilleries. Besides, Portland is the Pacific’s North-West must-visit. Being the largest city in Maine, it was once named the Machigonne by the native people. The British Colonists developed the region in the early 17th century. Soon it became the hub for major fishing and trade ports. As a tourist, you can take a stroll on the cobblestone streets of the Old Port neighborhood.
Explore the nearby streets baffled with outdoor activities. Or to find serenity immerse yourself in the cultural attractions like Arts Districts which include museums, galleries, performances, and antique shops. Engage yourself in wonderful things to do like sightseeing tours around the bay, Calendar Islands, whale watching tours, and even fishing charters. You can plan your sightseeing accordingly as there are so many activities to do! Along with this, the city is known as the cultural hotspot for artists. Don’t forget to miss the Portland Museum of Art which is the largest and the oldest art institution in Maine. Thus, don’t wander around anywhere and add this place to your bucket list right away!