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Douro[1] is a subregion in Northern Portugal. Historically comprised the Alto Douro (Lamego, Regua, Foz Coa areas) and Douro Litoral (Porto/Oporto metropolitan area).



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Porto/Oporto is the main hub.

Get around[edit]

Train to/from Porto and Douro Valley (linha do Douro).

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  • Alto Douro
  • Douro Valley
  • Foz Coa(Coa Valley).
  • Douro Litoal: Porto and vicinity.


Porto-Amarante; Porto-Regua; Porto-Povoa de Varzim; Porto-Espinho.Regua-Pocinho; regua Vila Real.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Porto monuments
  • The varied landscape of Douro Valley gives unrivalled opportunities for walking holidays in this part of Portugal. It's possible to explore vineyards (producing the famous Port), walk along Douro River, and witness the Portuguese culture on the walk from Vilarinho de Sao Romeo to Porto
  • Join a wine or port tasting session in one of the many vineyards and wine estate in the Douro Region
  • Take a boat ride on the Douro River

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