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The Douro Valley in Portugal is one of our favourite wine regions in the world! The Unesco recognised the beauty of this region and we are sure you will enjoy every minute of your stay in the valley. The Dour valley offers stunning landscape. It is characterised by terraced vineyards and picturesque villages along the winding course of the Douro. The region specialises in Port wine but also in red and white still wines. Tours in Douro valley can be enjoyed from Port or from the valley if you decide to stay. A driver or guide is highly recommended. The region´s beauty makes it also difficult to drive. Have a look at our selection of Douro valley tours and find one that best suits you!

Douro valley wine tours

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This is a private Douro valley wine tour from Porto. Get driven in a luxury vehicle and enjoy one of the most fascinating wine regions in the world during your stay in Porto. A fantastic day tour to enjoy local food, wine tasting and amazing landscapes. This is one of the best options to enjoy wine tours in Portugal

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How to get to Douro valley from Porto

If you are here it most probably means you are planning a trip to Douro Valley. Well done! The Douro valley is an amazing region, not just for wine lovers, but for any person who enjoys beautiful landscapes.  Few people visit the valley and regret it. For most visitors expectations are exceeded.

We will cover here not just the best way to get to Douro valley from Porto, but also provide you with some ideas on things to do and see once you are there. Depending on how many days you plan to visit and how you plan to get to the valley some things are possible whilst others are not.

Where is the Douro Valley? First things first. The Douro river is named Duero in Spain, where the river is born. In the border between Spain and Portugal the Duero becomes the Douro. The Douro valley is the region that goes along the Douro river in Portugal. The river meets the ocean in Port. The Douro valley starts near Port and extends eastwards for some 120 kilometres (75 miles).

Best way to get to the Douro valley.  There are 3 basic ways to get to the “heart” of the Douro valley. Train, boat and by car. Depending on your travel plans each may have advantages and disadvantages. We will cover all three now