Travel to Portland

Bus, train, boat or plane. All roads lead to Rome! Well, maybe not, but they definetly lead to Portland.



Portland International Airport offers direct flights to more than 100 cities worldwide, as well as excellent shopping and dining options and, frequently, live piano music.



Union Station, with its elegant architecture, 50-foot-tall clock tower and cheerful “Go By Train” neon sign, is a Portland landmark.

The station is located at the foot of the Broadway Bridge in Old Town Chinatown, just minutes from the heart of downtown. 


If you are an adventurous spirit, BoltBus and Greyhound are the best solutions for you.

BoltBus is the cheapest option by far, with even one seat per bus randomly selected to cost just $1, while most fares range between $10-25 tops. BoltBus passengers can enjoy free Wi-Fi, electrical outlets and about three inches of extra legroom compared to standard coaches. Adventure? Yes, but not without the comfort of first class service.

BoltBus departs from the following locations:

  • Vancouver, B.C.
  • Bellingham, Wash.
  • Seattle
  • Albany, Ore.
  • Eugene, Ore


Surely you are familiar with Greyhound, the United States’ largest intercity bus transportation provider, connecting Portland with more than 2,400 locations in North America. Tickets can be bought over the phone, at a Greyhound agency or at a Greyhound bus terminal.

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