Having been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage and often considered the best wine region in the world, the Alto Douro Wine Region, more than a breathtaking landscape, is all about history. Wine production in this region dates back to the Roman Empire and this tradition has lasted until today, now producing the famous Port and Douro wines. Taking a trip to this region is to take a cultural journey, following the entire wine-making process, which is intrinsically part of what it means to be Portuguese. We invite you to spend a day admiring a unique and divine valley, visiting one of the
famous vineyards where the wine is produced, following the best part of the Douro river course.
– Panoramic visit to the historical centre of Amarante and marginal zone.
– Visit the village of Pinhão and a Port wine farm, tasting included.
– Free time for lunch
– Departure towards Peso da Régua.
– Panoramic visit to the city of Régua and the famous train station
Pick-up from your accommodation
Transport in a tourist vehicle
Visit to a Port wine estate
Entrance fees to monuments
Overnight stay (where applicable)
Paid recreational activities