Private tour to Douro Valley with free wine tasting

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  • 8 hr

To talk about the Douro Valley is to talk about one of the oldest wine regions in the world. Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the region enchants with its centuries-old traditions and stunning landscape, sculpted in honour of wine, where terraces adorned by endless vines prevail. This is a tour for those who appreciate the perfect symbiosis between Man and Nature. A tour that introduces you to an exclusive wine experience, extolling the deep and ancient connection of a region that produces unique wines, and where the famous Port Wine stands out.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: ANETOURS Transportation and Travel Solutions

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Stop At: Sao Goncalo Church

Highlight of the beautiful Amarante town, in the greenish north of Portugal, the São Gonçalo Convent was founded by king D. João III in 1540. The Convent, built in the same place where previously was a small medieval chapel dedicated to São Gonçalo, integrates the beautiful São Gonçalo Church, under Dominican project and style. With a Mannerist style, the Church has a Latin cross plan and a grandiose façade with three floors, one of them baroque and the other two in renaissance style. The interior has three naves, where is located the important São Gonçalo Chapel where the mortal remaining of the Saint now rest, under a limestone tomb statue.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ponte de Sao Goncalo

It goes back to the XVIII century the construction of the Bridge of Amarante that connects the two banks in the same place of the primitive bridge constructed by Saint Gonçalo to allow the passage of the pilgrims.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Pinhao Railway Station

The Pinhão Railway Station, on the Douro line, was built in the 19th century and is a must visit for anyone visiting the Douro region. In 1937 the station received the panels of tiles that gave it notoriety and turned it into the most beautiful Railway Station of the Douro. These, in a total of about 3047 tiles, were produced in Aleluia Cerâmicas (Fábrica Aleluia) by J. Oliveira, an artist who also decorated other Portuguese stations.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: The Douro Valley

The region enchants with its centuries-old traditions and stunning landscape
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