A sneaky post from my own Douro Valley tour site. But written by one of my excellent travel writers who resides in Lisbon.
For the wine lover, a trip to Portugal couldn’t possibly be complete without a tour of the Duoro Valley. This wine region is so culturally significant it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in 2001, and it remains as one of the oldest official wine regions in the entire world. Of course, history isn’t the main thing that draws flocks of travellers here: that honour belongs to the wines. An impressive range of both table wines and fortified wines (most notably Port) get produced every year from the tens of thousands of vineyards that cover the valley. An ideal way to tour the Duoro Valley is to start […]