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Jewels of Spain, Portugal & The Douro River

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Two intriguing countries and one dramatic river equal a grand adventure
Before setting sail on the Douro River, experience three legendary Spanish cities: Salamanca, the lovely “Golden City”; Madrid, renowned for its museums, stately royal palace and vibrant nightlife; and Toledo, the city of El Greco and a magnificent tribute to the three great cultures that forged Spain.

Cruise through the UNESCO-designated Douro Valley, where grapes have been grown for 2,000 years, visiting picturesque quintas and meeting the winemakers who operate them, as well as tasting the wine. Get even closer to natural treasures at the Douro International Natural Park, where you can get a better understanding of the flora and fauna of the land with an intimate boat cruise, and at the Quinta Aveleda’s gardens, offering an enchanting landscape that boasts a cascading waterfall, graceful swans swimming, peacocks flaunting their colours and so much more.

Visit the walled village of Castelo Rodrigo, a site that dates back to the 12th century, and the pilgrimage town of Lamego to see the monumental baroque Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora dos Remédios. Travel through the verdant countryside to Óbidos, a charming hilltop town that has entranced visitors since the 13th century en route to Portugal’s colorful capital of Lisbon.

Reward your inner explorer with the “Jewels of Spain, Portugal & the Douro River,” blending captivating cities, picturesque villages and unparalleled scenic cruising through this less-traveled corner of Europe.

Who will enjoy this cruise/tour

Those who seek to experience the best of Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, culture, art and history, all while traversing the dramatic landscapes made famous by Don Quixote.

What’s Included:

  • An all-inclusive, boutique  7 night cruise in a riverview stateroom on
  • 2 nights in Lisbon at the Corinthia Hotel Lisbon (or similar) with breakfast
  • 3 nights in Madrid at The Westin Palace (or similar) with breakfast
  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 12 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 8 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
  • 11 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do” and “Gentle Walking” programs
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • Onboard entertainment and insightful lectures
  • All gratuities onboard and ashore
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Dinners
  • Transfers to and from the ship
  • Flights from the UK
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Pinhao, Douro river & vineyards
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Day 1 - Lisbon

Arrive at Lisbon Portela Airport. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the hotel.

Day 2 - Lisbon

Everything old is new again in the Portuguese capital, which is undergoing a remarkable rebirth of late. Get to know this hilly metropolis with a city tour that shows you all the top sights and treats you to a unique pastry with an intriguing (and delicious) history.

Dynamic, colorful and picturesque, Lisbon will continually surprise you. Glorious historic architecture reflects the wealth brought in during the “Age of Discovery,” when the Portuguese owned the seas, but it is also a modern center of finance and international trade.

Featured Excursion:
Lisbon city tour

Day 2 - Lisbon

Breakfast

Day 3 - Lisbon, Óbidos, Transfer to Porto (Embark)

The tiny whitewashed village of Óbidos is so charming that Portuguese kings traditionally gave it to their brides as a wedding gift. Need we say more?

Climb up to the imposing hilltop castle for spectacular, Instagram-worthy photos of the countryside and the sea beyond.

You’ll board a motorcoach this morning, heading north through Portugal’s picturesque countryside toward Porto—but you’ll stop in fascinating Óbidos before you reach the colorful city.

Featured Excursion:
Guided stroll through Óbidos

Day 3 - Lisbon, Óbidos, Transfer to Porto (Embark)

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4 - Porto

There’s much more to Portugal’s second city than its eponymous fortified wine—historic architecture, cutting-edge design, fabulous food and wine, and a hip, laid-back vibe. Discover its many charms with your choice of distinctively different tours today.

Today you cruise to the mouth of the Douro and Portugal’s second city (after Lisbon), Porto, which gave its name to the nation’s most famous export, Port wine, and to the nation itself. The city is a fascinating combination of historic buildings and cutting-edge architecture, tradition and vivacious modernity.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Porto city tour or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Porto walking tour

Day 4 - Porto

Breakfast, Lunch & dinner

Day 5 - Porto (Guimarães)

Guimarães or Porto? That’s the question of the day today (you really can’t go wrong either way). Guimarães is the town where Portugal was born and its well-preserved architecture and stylish young residents make it a pleasure to visit. Or opt to explore one of Porto’s oldest neighborhoods, picturesque Ribeira, considered the soul of the city.

Today’s options include a visit to the historic town of Guimarães, where you can expand your acquaintance with Portugal’s various wine styles and traditions, and a chance to see Porto as the locals do with an adventurous walking tour.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Guimarães city tour or “Soul of Porto” Ribeira district walking discovery tour

Day 5 - Porto (Guimarães)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Entre-os-Rios (Amarante)

The family-owned Quinta Aveleda looks like something out of a fairytale, with its lush flower gardens, peacocks and swans, shady terraces and whimsical follies—the perfect place to relax over a glass of vindo verde, the preferred drink of the region. Or visit an ancient town known for an iconic pastry and a shrine dedicated to the patron saint of marriage.

You have a tough choice to make today: Would you prefer to venture overland to Amarante, an ancient town on the banks of the Tâmega River, or visit a lovely quinta? Regardless of which choice you make, you also get a crash course in the history of making Port during your visit to the Douro Museum.

Featured Excursion:

Douro Museum
Choice of Quinta Aveleda visit with gardens or Amarante walking discovery tour

Day 6 - Entre-os-Rios (Amarante)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Régua (Lamego), Pinhão

One of Portugal’s top pilgrimage sites is our destination today, Our Lady of Remedies in Lamego. The church sits high above the town, accessible via hundreds of zigzagging steps adorned with beautiful blue and white tiles. After seeing the sights with a local expert, enjoy a tasting of locally made wines at a picturesque quinta.


Featured Excursions:

Lamego city tour with a tasting at a local quinta
Scenic Stroll at Pinhão station

Lamego city tour with a tasting at a local quinta
In tranquil and charming Lamego two ornate towers at the top of a hill beckon you to climb more than 600 steps—each landing of this amazing stone stairway is adorned with mosaics made of Portugal’s famous blue and white tiles—to reach the spectacular church, Our Lady of the Remedies. Fortunately, you’ll get the view without the climb, as a motorcoach will carry you to the top. You may walk down these steps, admiring both the beautiful tile work and the stunning scenery, if you wish.

Day 7 - Régua (Lamego), Pinhão

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Pinhão, Pocinho

Today is all about wine, which has been cultivated in the Douro River Valley since ancient Roman times. You’ll head to the hills to a prestigious wine estate, where you can sip Port while savoring marvelous views.

Or, take a scenic drive to a family-owned quinta, where you’ll have a firsthand look at grape harvesting. Start the morning off by choosing a way to experience life in the Douro Valley: You can venture overland to Amarante, an ancient town on the banks of the Tâmega River, or visit a lovely quinta.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Quinta do Seixo guided tour with tasting or Famous Pinhão wine estate with visit to a family-owned quinta

Day 8 - Pinhão, Pocinho

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Pocinho, Barca d’Alva (Castelo Rodrigo)

Go medieval today at Castelo Rodrigo, both the name of a hilltop castle as well as the village that surrounds it. The view from the top is incredible and the village is a charming place to ramble, relax and replenish. Or opt to take a small boat excursion into a national park to explore the Spanish side of the Douro.

A tiny village surrounded by mountains, Barca d’Alva is your base as you explore Castelo Rodrigo, which has been singled out as one of Portugal’s 12 historic villages for its medieval beauty, or opt instead to cruise through a nature preserve along the Douro.

Featured Excursion:
International Douro Natural Park scenic cruise
Choice of Castelo Rodrigo

Day 9 - Pocinho, Barca d’Alva (Castelo Rodrigo)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Vega de Terrón (Disembark), Salamanca, Transfer to Madrid

What adventures await you in Spain? Today, you’ll visit the historic university town of Salamanca—the “Golden City”—famous for its sand-colored buildings and abundance of churches.

Walk with a local expert through the Plaza Mayor, considered one of the most beautiful squares in Spain, and visit the university and the city’s astounding Food Hall. You’ll disembark today, heading toward Madrid.

Along the way you’ll visit beautiful Salamanca, the university town where Columbus sought advice before sailing west in search of a new route to the Indies.

Featured Excursion:
Full-day Salamanca tour

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Day 10 - Vega de Terrón (Disembark), Salamanca, Transfer to Madrid

Breakfast

Day 11 - Madrid

Madrid may very well be Europe’s liveliest capital city, a place where people eat late and stay up even later. Get your bearings with a panoramic overview or a more intimate walking tour, both of which include a visit to the extraordinary Prado Museum.

Tonight, enjoy dinner and a colorful, passionate, foot-stomping show at the city’s finest flamenco venue.

The capital of Spain, Madrid boasts incomparable artwork, an amazing range of architectural styles— from Moorish to postmodern—and exceptional food.

Your Iberian adventure begins here as you sample some of its highlights.

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 12 - Madrid (Toledo)

Toledo is said to be Spain’s spiritual heart, a timeless, UNESCO-listed city where Muslims, Jews and Christians have peacefully co-existed for three centuries.

After your city tour you’ll have time to explore—and eat—on your own; the food here is so exceptional that Toledo was named Spain’s gastronomic capital in 2016. A one-time ancient Roman colony, medieval Moorish capital and center for religious tolerance (that allowed Muslims, Jews and Christians to thrive), Toledo has been called Spain’s spiritual heart.

Featured Excursion:
Toledo city tour

Breakfast

Day 13 - Depart Madrid

You’ve experienced the best of Spain, Portugal and the pristine Douro River, but now the journey comes to a close.

If your cruise/tour package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Madrid-Barajas Airport for your flight home.

Your Uniworld adventure may be over, but we know you’ll enjoy the memories you’ve made for years to come.

Breakfast

Day 1 - Madrid

Arrive at Madrid-Barajas Airport. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the hotel.

Join a guided “Madrid at Your Doorstep” vicinity walk to begin getting acquainted with the city.

Day 2 - Madrid

Madrid may very well be Europe’s liveliest capital city, a place where people eat late and stay up even later. Get your bearings with a panoramic overview or a more intimate walking tour, both of which include a visit to the extraordinary Prado Museum. Tonight, enjoy dinner and a colorful, passionate, foot-stomping show at the city’s finest flamenco venue. The capital of Spain, Madrid boasts incomparable artwork, an amazing range of architectural styles— from Moorish to postmodern—and exceptional food. Your Iberian adventure begins here as you sample some of its highlights.
Featured Excursion:
Corral de la Moreria – award winning Flamenco performance and dinner
Choice of Madrid panoramic city tour with Prado Visit or Madrid panoramic and active walking tour: historic center and Prado visit

Day 2 - Madrid

Breakfast

Day 3 -

A one-time ancient Roman colony, medieval Moorish capital and center for religious tolerance, Toledo is said to be Spain’s spiritual heart: a timeless, UNESCO-listed city where Muslims, Jews and Christians have peacefully co-existed for three centuries.

After your city tour you’ll have time to explore—and eat—on your own; the food here is so exceptional that Toledo was named Spain’s gastronomic capital in 2016.

Featured Excursion:
Toledo walking exploration: city of walls, silk and swords

Day 3 -

Breakfast

Day 4 - Madrid, Salamanca, Transfer to Vega de Terrón (Embark)

You’ll check out of your hotel this morning, heading from Madrid toward Portugal and your ship, which is waiting in Vega de Terrón, near the Portuguese border.

Along the way you’ll visit the beautiful and historic university town of Salamanca—the “Golden City”—famous for its sand-colored buildings and abundance of churches. This is the university town where Columbus sought advice before sailing west in search of the new route to the Indies.

Walk with a local expert through the Plaza Mayor, considered one of the most beautiful squares in Spain, and visit the university and the city’s astounding Food Hall.
Featured Excursion:
Salamanca walking tour

Day 4 -  Madrid, Salamanca, Transfer to Vega de Terrón (Embark)

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5 - Barca d'Alva (Castelo Rodrigo), Pinhao

A tiny village surrounded by mountains, Barca d’Alva is your base for today’s adventures.

Go medieval today at Castelo Rodrigo, both the name of a hilltop castle as well as the village that surrounds it. It has been singled out as one of Portugal’s 12 historic villages for its medieval beauty.
The view from the top is incredible and the village is a charming place to ramble, relax and replenish.

Featured Excursion:
Castelo Rodrigo

Day 5 - Barca d'Alva (Castelo Rodrigo), Pinhao

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Pinhão, Régua

Today is all about wine, which has been cultivated in the Douro River Valley since ancient Roman times. You’ll get a crash course in the history of making Port during your visit to the Douro Museum, then head to the hills to a prestigious wine estate, where you can sip Port while savoring marvelous views.
Or, take a scenic drive to a family-owned quinta, where you’ll have a firsthand look at grape harvesting.

Featured Excursion:
Douro Museum and Port wine history
Choice of Quinta do Seixo guided tour with tasting or Vineyard hike and wine tasting at a local quinta

Day 6 - Pinhão, Régua

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Régua (Lamego), Caldas de Aregos

One of Portugal’s top pilgrimage sites is our destination today, Our Lady of Remedies in Lamego. The church sits high above the town, accessible via hundreds of zigzagging steps adorned with beautiful blue and white tiles.

After seeing the sights with a local expert, enjoy a tasting of locally made wines at a picturesque quinta.

Featured Excursion:
Lamego city tour with a sparkling wine tasting at the Quinta da Pacheca

Day 7 - Régua (Lamego), Caldas de Aregos

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Porto (Guimarães)

Guimarães or Porto? That’s the question of the day today (you really can’t go wrong either way). Guimarães is the town where Portugal was born and its well-preserved architecture and stylish young residents make it a pleasure to visit. Or opt to explore one of Porto’s oldest neighborhoods, picturesque Ribeira, considered the soul of the city.
Choice of Guimarães: the cradle of Portugal or Porto shopping experience.

In the evening, a special Gala Dinner will be prepared for you.

Day 8 - Porto (Guimarães)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Porto (Disembark), Óbidos, Transfer to Lisbon

You’ll disembark this morning and board a motorcoach, heading south through Portugal’s picturesque countryside toward Lisbon—but you’ll stop in fascinating Óbidos before you reach the colorful capital city.

The tiny whitewashed village of Óbidos is so charming that Portuguese kings traditionally gave it to their brides as a wedding gift. Need we say more? Climb up to the imposing hilltop castle for spectacular, Instagram-worthy photos of the countryside and the sea beyond.

Featured Excursion:
Guided stroll through Óbidos

Day 11 - Porto (Disembark), Óbidos, Transfer to Lisbon

Breakfast

Day 12 - Lisbon

Everything old is new again in the Portuguese capital, which is undergoing a remarkable rebirth of late. Get to know this hilly metropolis with a city tour that shows you all the top sights and treats you to a unique pastry with an intriguing (and delicious) history. Dynamic, colorful and picturesque, Lisbon will continually surprise you.
Glorious historic architecture reflects the wealth brought in during the “Age of Discovery,” when the Portuguese owned the seas, but it is also a modern center of finance and international trade.

Featured Excursion:
Lisbon city tour with visit to the Church of the Jerónimos Monastery

Day 12 - Lisbon

Breakfast

Day 13 - Depart Lisbon

You’ve experienced the best of Spain, Portugal and the pristine Douro River, but now the journey comes to a close. If your cruise/tour package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Lisbon Portela Airport for your flight home. Your Uniworld adventure may be over, but we know you’ll enjoy the memories you’ve made for years to come.

Breakfast

Uniworld Queen Isabel Exterior

Uniworld Queen Isabel provides an up-close and unforgettable view of the Douro River Valley a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Named after Portugal’s beloved queen, this boutique 116-passenger vessel with a design scheme and interiors that are more representative of the region than Uniworld’s other ships, the new ship offers a mix of classic and traditional luxury and is the most unique and stately ship on the Douro, a wonderful place to admire the region’s steeply terraced hillside vineyards and charming wine estates.

Note: Cruising in Spain and Portugal is a wonderful experience, and while the Queen Isabel is a lovely and comfortable ship, its amenities may differ from those of a Uniworld company-owned ship.

Uniworld Queen Isabel Side view
  • 43 lavishly decorated outside staterooms and suites, most with French or full outside balconies
  • Sundeck with sun-shades, chairs & loungers
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Stylish restaurant with open seating
  • Main lounge with full service bar
  • Fitness centre & Serenity River Spa
  • Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day
  • Elevator to accommodation decks
  • Sauna, steam room and solarium
  • Onboard boutique*
  • Laundry service*

* Payable locally.

World Class Staterooms

With 43 Lavishly decorated staterooms with french balconies or full outside balconies.

All Staterooms Feature

  • Private tiled bathroom with WC, wash basin & glass shower enclosure with l’Occitaine
    en Provence bath products
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen
  • Seating area with 2 chairs and a table
  • Coffee making facilities
  • Flat-screen television, radio alarm clock, iPod/iPhone dock
  • Telephone, safe, hair dryer & bottled water replenished daily
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Plush towels, waffle bathrobes and slippers

Suite

323 ft² – (Upper) Deck

  • Suite size: 323 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors leading to an outside balcony
  • Enhanced sitting area
Uniworld Queen Isabel Suite
Uniworld Queen Isabel Cat 1

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom

215 ft² – (Upper) Deck

  • Suite size: 215 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors leading to an outside balcony
  • Enhanced sitting area

French Balcony Stateroom

161 ft² – (Middle) Deck

  • Suite size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors leading to an outside balcony
Uniworld Queen Isabel Cat 2
Uniworld Queen Isable Cat 4

Classic Staterooms

161 ft² – (Lower) Deck

  • Stateroom size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
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Apr 12Queen IsabelPorto£5399Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5399  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6049  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6849  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8449  
Apr 18Queen IsabelPorto£5399Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5399  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6049  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6849  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8449  
May 17Queen IsabelPorto£5699Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5699  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6349  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£7149  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8749  
May 23Queen IsabelPorto£5699Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5699  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6349  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£7149  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8749  
Jun 21Queen IsabelPorto£4799Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£4799 Was £5999  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£5449 Was £6649  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6249 Was £7449  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£7849 Was £9049  
Jun 27Queen IsabelPorto£4799Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£4799 Was £5999  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£5449 Was £6649  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6249 Was £7449  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£7849 Was £9049  
Jul 19Queen IsabelPorto£3799Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£3799 Was £4999  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£4449 Was £5649  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£5249 Was £6449  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£6849 Was £8049  
Jul 25Queen IsabelPorto£3799Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£3799 Was £4999  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£4449 Was £5649  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£5249 Was £6449  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£6849 Was £8049  
Aug 23Queen IsabelPorto£4999Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£4999  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£5649  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6449  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8049  
Aug 29Queen IsabelPorto£5399Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5399  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6049  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6849  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8449  
Sep 20Queen IsabelPorto£5799Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5799  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6449  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£7249  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8849  
Sep 26Queen IsabelPorto£5399Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckClassic161 ft², Fixed Windows£5399  
Middle DeckFrench Balcony161 ft², French Balcony£6049  
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony215 ft², Outside Balcony£6849  
Upper DeckSuite323 ft², Outside Balcony£8449  


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