Douro Valley is one of the destinations of Fodor's Go List 2014

According to Fodor´s Go List 2014, Douro Valley in Portugal is one of the top 25 trips to book right now!


"The most beautiful wine country in the world borders a wonderfully wild coastline

Why Go Now:
One of the world's oldest wine regions and a UNESCO world heritage site, the Douro Valley remains one of Europe's lesser-explored gems. But this may soon change. Recent awards for the country's wines, especially the affordable, deep, rich Douro reds and effervescent vinho verdes, have spurred a savvier hospitality industry all along the wine trail. Porto, Portugal's famed second city and the Douro Valley anchor, is at the ocean's edge, so a day at the beach is certainly not out of the question.
Insider Tip: No trip to this region is complete without a boat ride on the Douro River, whose curve after curve of terraced vineyards together form a World Heritage Site. The less-traveled Rota dos Vinhos Verdes (Green Wine Route) explores the young wines produced across the Minho.

When to Go:
It's best to visit the Douro Valley in summer when it's warm and the vines are bursting. Try your hand at harvesting in September"

Check here the Fodor's Go List 2014

More information about Douro Valley at: Valley and Douro Wine Route

Source: Fodor´s

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