As ever Julie Dawn Fox gives a wonderful insight on travelling through the Douro Valley. As a seasoned writer and Portugal expat, her perspective is always engaging. Check out the post on her blog below.
As ever – the news papers have some of the best content on the web. Primarily because they’re not selling anything, you can enjoy reading well written articles from first hand experience of the best travel writers. The below post on the Telegraph (UK) is excellent and provides some useful tips …. worth a read before you start booking anything!
From Wine Tourism Portugal. This cracking guide gives comprehensive information and photos of the best places to stay. Bet the author enjoyed doing this article! What a lovely job to have ….
As ever, the Guardian Newspaper writes some of the best travel articles out there! This one is well worth a read if you’re researching the Douro Valley for a trip.
The Douro valley in Portugal is stunning: vertiginous granite slopes, each one divided into rows of narrow terraces topped by vines and supported by dry-stone walls, sweep up from the wide Douro river as it meanders west towards Porto. It’s been described as the most beautiful wine region in the world.
Who could argue with anything that Condé Nast do with regards to travel information. Always comprehensive, always useful, always well written. This guide is well worth a read if you’re planning a trip to the Douro Valley.
Read Condé Nast Traveller’s guide to the best places to see in Douro valley
It might not be Douro, but hey! I love archeology – especially the ancient sites in Portugal. A great post about Conimbriga.