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from £8,780
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Unforgettable Douro with Lisbon

Scenic Freechoice – a choice of sightseeing activities throughout your journey , Scenic Enrich experiences – unforgettable and exclusive events , Scenic Sundowners – exclusive hosted cocktails…

05 May 2018 | 13 Nights
Scenic River Cruises : Scenic Azure

Itinerary
Lisbon, Porto, Entre-os-Rios, Regua, Vega de Terron, Salamanca, Pocinho, Pinhao, Porto

from £2,820pp
Cabin type: Outside

Lisbon & Secrets of the Douro - Lisbon to Porto

Spacious full board accommodation on board Europe’s most innovative cruise ships, All meals throughout your river cruise from a healthy buffet breakfast to a five-course à la carte menu, Gratuities…

11 July 2018 | 10 Nights
Emerald Waterways : Emerald Radiance

Itinerary
Lisbon, Porto, Pinhao, Vega Terron, Salamanca, Pocinho, Regua, Porto

from £11,998
Cabin type: Solo

Jewels of Spain, Portugal &Douro River From Lisbon

Elegantly appointed riverview staterooms and suites with luxurious amenities from Hermes and L’Occitane en Provence , In-suite butler service on all ships in Europe (not available in Russia &…

21 September 2018 | 12 Nights
Uniworld River Cruises : Queen Isabel

Itinerary
Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto, Regua, Pinhao, Portugal, Barca d’Alva, Vega de Terron, Spain, Madrid


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Your guide to the Douro river


Douro River Boats in Porto

Douro River Boats in Porto

Jardim do Morro in Vila Nova de Gaia

Jardim do Morro in Vila Nova de Gaia

Pinhao Blue and White Station

Pinhao Blue and White Station

Se Cathedral in Porto

Se Cathedral in Porto

Pinhao Village in Portugal

Pinhao Village in Portugal

Porto, Portugal 

Tiny alleyways run up and down the hills of Porto, a medieval city boasting so many sixteenth century merchant houses, elegant bridges and baroque churches that it was declared a UNESCO site in 1996. To get a good look at Porto’s jumbled red brick roofs you can head up to the Sé Catedral terrace or the beautiful gardens at Jardim do Morro, while the port wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia are the perfect place to learn about the winemaking process - and enjoy a few glasses, too! 


Pinhao, Portugal 

Set in the heart of Douro’s vineyards, Pinhao is a peaceful wine producing town which boasts a unique bridge designed by the architect Gustave Eiffel. Pinhao is also famed for its train station covered in blue and white Azulejo tiles depicting various scenes of daily Portuguese life. 


Vega de Terron, Portugal 

The small town of Vega de Terron, close to the border with Spain, is most well known for its beautiful Chafariz dos Pretos fountain set in a laid back market square - a perfect spot to relax with a glass of port. 


Pocinho, Portugal 

The northern village of Pocinho is the end point of a stunning Linha do Douro train ride through the Douro Valley, which runs five times a day from Porto. Nearby is the Vale de Coa archaeological park, famed for prehistoric rock art and open-air Paleolithic archaeological sites. 


Regua, Portugal

Close to a nature reserve is Peso de Régua, a riverside town which monopolised the port wine industry in the 1800s. Nowadays its quaint old town is worth a wander, while the waterside promenade has some lovely local restaurants.  

 

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