Travellab – Viagens e Turismo, Lda
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Licensed by Portugal Tourism
RNAAT 95/2012 | RNAVT 4493

Rua José Franco Canas, 40B
2665-239 Malveira, Portugal
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Oporto and Beyond

Price 1990€ 8 Days
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Oporto and Beyond

1990€ per person
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable clothing, hat and warm jacket, depending on the time of the year
  • Included
    Entrance Tickets
    Personal Guide
    Personalized itinerary
  • Not Included
    International Flights
    Shared tours
    Tourist Tax
    Travel Insurance
Day 1: Welcome to Portugal
Arrive at Oporto airport and transfer to your hotel. In the afternoon, relax on a boat, while cruising the 6 Bridges river cruise. Overnight in Oporto
Day 2: Oporto
Today you'll discover the amazing city of Oporto. With your private guide, start this walking tour, by visiting some historical monuments. S. Bento Station, with its atrium lined with tiles, is a great way to start! Just ahead is the Cathedral followed by Clérigos Tower, worth climbing for a different view of Porto. Don't forget to stop in the Lello bookshop, that inspired some of the Harry Potter stories. Then pop in to the Café Majestic for a break. Continue south and descend by steps and mediaeval streets to Ribeira with its café terraces and picturesque corners. On the other side of D. Luís Bridge you'll find all the Port wine lodges, where you'll visit and taste the famous Port wine. Overnight in Oporto
Day 3: Braga, Guimarães
Your private guide will take you to two special cities: Braga and Guimarães. Braga is one of the oldest cities in Portugal. Back on the days, the "Bracara Augusta", was the regional juridical capital of the Roman Empire in the Iberian Peninsula. Braga’s Cathedral is also the oldest in the country, being a religious reference point throughout the centuries. Next, visit Guimarães, considered the birthplace of Portugal. The historical centre is associated with the formation and identity of the country, and was classified a World Heritage site due to the originality and authenticity of its restoration. Overnight in Oporto
Day 4: Douro Valley
In a day trip with a private guide you'll visit the famous region of Douro Valley. Douro Valley, classified World Heritage, is a region of schist mountains, with poor, harsh soils, transformed by the actions of the men who planted the vineyards step by step. The day will be spent admire some breathtaking landscapes: the valleys, the blue ribbon of the river meandering down below, the terraced vineyards, the pure air. You'll have opportunity to visit one of the many estates that produce Douro wine and Port and taste it in the land that produces them. Douro river is also famous for being difficult to navigate, impeded by natural barriers, being the rabelo boat, a unique and ancient vessel, the only one able to do it. Nowadays, these types of boats are used for tourism, and you'll take a 1h river cruise. Overnight in Oporto
Day 5: Santiago de Compostela, Valença do Minho, Viana do Castelo
Early in the morning, you'll head north, towards Spain. Your private guide will take you to visit the amazing Santiago de Compostela, place of visit of millions of people, coming from all over the world, every day. It's a mystic place and its historic centre has been designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. On your way back, enter Portugal by Valença do Minho, a picturesque town with an attractive historic centre. Our last stop will be the Santa Luzia hill, with a beautiful Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the breathtaking view over the ocean. Overnight in Oporto
Day 6: Peneda-Gerês National Park
Today you'll explore the only Portuguese protected area classified as National Park: Peneda-Gerês with a hiking tour. It's a world apart in which human activity and nature are harmoniously integrated. A lush vegetation in all shades of green with endemic species and waterfalls designing breathtaking landscapes. The diversity and abundance of local flora and fauna provide a unique contact with nature where mediaeval castles, monasteries and traditional villages are part of the landscape. Overnight in Oporto
Day 7: Departure
It's time to say adeus, and after a fond farewell, your driver will take you to Oporto airport.

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