Introducing Porto and Douro Valley

The Douro river route is one of the most stunning and spectacular routes in Europe, running from the city of Porto set along Portugal’s coast all the way to the International Douro Natural Park and the Spanish border. To explore the entire stretch of the Douro Valley is one of Europe’s most incredible journeys, made for the discerning traveller who likes a holiday off the beaten track; whether you take a leisurely river cruise or hop in a car and discover the natural landscape on 4 wheels, Porto and Douro Valley as a destination is truly one of a kind. And from the medieval Ribeira district and cobbled streets lined with cafes in Porto city to the Renaissance mansions and prestigious wineries of Lamengo, you’ll find this pretty part of Portugal to be every bit exciting.

Highlights of Porto and Douro Valley

This beautiful coastal city is definitely worth checking out and is great place for sights, shopping and cute cafes.
Peso da Régua
Located in the district of Vila Real, Peso da Régua
Visit the valley town of Lamego to explore the incredible Renaissance architecture and beautiful Baroque buildings. A great place for wine tasting also.
Quinta do Pôpa
Take a tour at Quinta do Pôpa, one of the best places for wine tasting in the Druro region. The vineyards are also an extremely popular place to picnic.
Take a little detour north of Porto to discover Portugal’s original capital city.

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