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Enticing Douro

8 Days   |  Porto, Régua, Barca D'Alva, Salamanca, Vega Terrón, Pinhão, Régua, Entre-os-Rios, Porto

From £2,310pp

Begin your journey down the Douro River, with its dramatic gorges, lush vineyards, and tranquil fishing villages in Porto and continue on to the ancient and picturesque city of Lamego

Flavours of Portugal & Spain

8 Days   |  Porto, Entre-os-Rios, Régua, Pinhão, Vega Terrón

From £2,240 pp

Set sail in Porto, the beautiful “City of Bridges” and gateway to the Douro River Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with rambling vineyards and charming quintas, which cling to the steep sides of the river.

The Douro, Porto & Salamanca with Lisbon Extension

11 Days   |  Porto, Lamego, Castelo Rodrigo, Salamanca, Peso Da Regua, Mateus Palace, Lisbon, Sintra, Coimbra

From £1,748 pp

One of Europe’s best kept secrets in one of its most undiscovered corners, the terraced slopes of the stunning Douro Valley. Finishing off with an enlightening 3 nights stay in Lisbon.

Save up to 40% PLUS, FREE private door-to-door chauffeur transfers book by 1st April 2019.

Unforgettable Douro

11 Days   |  Porto, Entre-os-Rios, Regua, Vega de Terron, Salamanca, Pocinho, Pinhão, Lamego,

From £3,695 pp

Portugal’s Douro River winds its way through towns that have somehow managed to preserve their distinctive culture and way of life.
From elegant Lamego to Régua and Vega de Terron, you’ll find that people still ply their traditional trades in the historic pockets of the Douro Valley.

The Iberian peninsula, which is now known as Spain and Portugal, was occupied by three main tribal peoples: the Iberians, the Basques and the Celts. The Iberians were coastal people who had some contact with Greeks and Phoenicians; they engaged in agriculture and metalwork. The Basques, an ancient tribe that appears to have come from more of a French-speaking background, lived in the northern area, near the Pyrenees and the Bay of Biscay—in fact there are still Basques in the region

Salamanca was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 due to the beautifully preserved buildings in its Old City. A large modern city with the oldest university in Spain. Salamanca retains the intimacy of a traditional Spanish village and can be explored on foot. It is a living museum that takes visitors back to the Middle Ages, yet it is a cosmopolitan, multicultural city with a large population of international students. Explore the shops and cafés of the Plaza Mayor (Main Square). Take a tour of the University and other sites such as the Gothic House of Shells and the New Cathedral, built from 1513 through 1733. The Old Cathedral is still there and can be visited during free time, along with numerous other icons of Spanish architecture such as the 15th-century Tower del Clavero, the 16th-century Monterrey Palace and many beautiful churches and convents.

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