Tour Performance
Everyday - Except December 25th and January 1th
Tour :
8H - All Day
Pickup Hour:
09h:00
Local Pickup :
Hotel or Apartment in Porto
Minimum People:
2
Included :
Not Included :
Meals and entrance to Monuments
Wine Tasting
The Guide Speaks :
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Price per Person
130€
4 or more People
114,8
Per Person

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About Douro Wine Region

n December 2001, UNESCO elevated the Alto Douro Wine Region to Heritage. A title awarded unanimously that rewarded the oldest demarcated wine region in the world, ordered by the Marquês de Pombal in 1756. Unique region by bringing together the virtues of shale soil and its privileged sun exposure with the unique characteristics of your microclimate along with the hard work of man Douro.

Its landscape highlights three main aspects: the uniqueness of the territory, the natural relationship of wine culture with olive and almond trees and diversity of local architecture. Besides these aspects, the application highlighted the remarkable work done by man to build walls that extend the shale slopes and above all, authenticity and integrity of the cultural landscape..



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Programa Douro Wine Region Tour - Amarante Régua and Pinhão

Visit the Convent of St. Gonçalo Dominican monastery complex built in of centuries XVI / XVII integrates the Church of Saint Mary, located in the historical center of Amarante, near the bridge over the River Tamega

Palacio Queluz Sintra

Short break in Mesão Cold in Belvedere for panoramic photos Mesão Frio is a Portuguese village in the district of Vila Real, This village is one of the relics of our ancestors alive and transports us to the deepest roots of our history. In Mesão Frio the feeling that we are in historic and medieval is permanent.

Palacio Queluz Sintra

Optional stop in Regua to buy sweets and pastries typical from that Region

Stop to visita a Wine Farm and wine tasting.
Extra Coast 5€ Per Person

Visit the Train Station of Pinhao The station received in 1937, the tile panels that still today make their fame. Are two dozen panels that cover almost all the walls of the main building and they are worth, whether the aesthetic point of view, whether historical, already missing because they represent aspects of the Douro Wine Region. Accurately illustrate traditional costumes and various aspects of traditional Douro vintage.

Admiring the Alto Douro Wine Region before returning to Porto

The Alto Douro wine region is an area of northeastern Portugal with more than 26 thousand hectares, UNESCO, on December 14, 2001, as a World Heritage Site in the category of cultural landscape and surrounded by mountains give mesological characteristics and particular weather.

This region, which is bathed by the Douro River and forms part of a Douro Wine Region, producing wine for over 2,000 years, including the world-famous Port wine.