Douro Valley Region
Going to visit the Douro valley? Discover the best things to do on your trip to Portugal. Top tours, travel tips and verified reviews!
Douro Valley Region: Tours & Experiences
From Porto: Visit To Douro Valley With River Cruise, Lunch & Wine Tasting In Vineyards
From Porto: Visit To Douro Valley With River Cruis...
Duration: 9 hours
Classic Car Tour In Douro Valley, With Lunch, Boat Trip & Wine Tastings
Classic Car Tour In Douro Valley, With Lunch, Boat...
Duration: 6 hours
Douro Valley Tour Including 2 Wineries, Lunch And River Cruise
Douro Valley Tour Including 2 Wineries, Lunch And ...
Duration: 10 hours
Gourmet Train Experience – The Best Gastronomic Experience Of Portugal
Gourmet Train Experience – The Best Gastrono...
Duration: 10 hours
Douro Valley Tour From Porto With Lunch And Wine Tasting
Douro Valley Tour From Porto With Lunch And Wine T...
Duration: 8 hours
Douro Valley Tour Including 3 Wineries And Lunch
Douro Valley Tour Including 3 Wineries And Lunch...
Duration: 10 hours
Douro Valley Small Group Tour With Wine Tastings And Lunch From Porto
Douro Valley Small Group Tour With Wine Tastings A...
Duration: 11 hours
Have you ever been to Douro Valley Region?
Where the Douro River flows and where you can relax and enjoy a vacation like few others. The Douro Valley stands out for the incredible nature that defines it!
With an absolutely fascinating natural landscape, the Douro Valley region is also known for its wine! If you like wine don´t think twice, this is the place to visit.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the category of cultural landscape, here you can take relaxing boat tours. Try the typical rabelo boats with a glass of wine from the region in hand for a stunning ride!
Also, when you pass through the Douro Valley region, take a guided tour of the wineries with several wine tastings included and learn more about the history of this incredible natural paradise and its wines.
What Is Your Travel Style?
Top 5 Best Tours In The Douro Valley
1 - Winery Tour
This visit is not an option, it is mandatory. Discover the various wineries in the Douro Valley with wine tastings included while enjoying the beautiful natural landscape of the region!
2 - Rabelo Boat
A boat tour on the Douro River. But it is not just any boat! This tour is throughout the day by the vast river that accompanies the Douro Valley in the typical and old rabelo boat!
3 - Footpath
Explore the Douro Valley in a more adventurous way! A walk through the region to enjoy all its natural beauty at your own pace or with a guide who will let you know the history of the Douro Valley.
4 - Kayak Tour
If you prefer a more practical activity, this is the ideal tour for you. Don't just stay on a boat and enjoy the Douro Valley, do it while paddling freely in your kayak!
5 - Gastronomic Experience on Board
Something totally different, but certainly memorable. A 9-hour train ride across the Douro with a gourmet gastronomic experience on board. It will leave you speechless!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much can a wine tasting cost in the Douro Valley?
It depends, of course, on each tour. Since these tastings are very rich in terms of offer, and give you the possibility to know much more than just the taste of wine, they have a value around 50 euros per person.
How much does a ride on a rabelo boat cost?
The most usual is a day tour through the Douro in a rabelo boat with an approximate cost of 65 euros. The tour includes a long journey that goes on throughout the day. You can also choose a shorter and therefore cheaper tour!
If we are staying in Porto, are there tours with transfer included?
Yes. Many of the tours promoted through the Douro Valley include transfers from Porto. Some even go to pick up customers at the door of the hotel where they are staying..
Is there anywhere to stay in the Douro Valley?
Yes. There are several hotels in the Douro Valley region and we strongly advise you to stay, if you have the opportunity, in one of these hotels for a surreal experience.
How is the climate in the Douro Valley?
The climate of the Douro Valley region is characterized by being mostly dry. In the summer it can be quite hot, and in the winter the opposite, including some rain. Moreover, the climate is similar to that of the rest of the country.