Road tours can be fun and a good way to quickly see most of the country. But if you are considering a holiday in Portugal, you should definitely consider leaving the car. Portugal has one of the best train travels in Europe – calm and sunny, starting from Porto to Pocinho along a 120 km-long riverside road. If you have been using cheap airfares for Porto and want to see some countries, then this train will travel to Spain on the Douro River to definitely think.
This is an exciting historic rail transport that crosses the border with Spain, where it was possible to get a travel service to Salamanca or Madrid for a ferry journey. Now, many branch lines are closed, but this is still an amazing route with more than 20 tunnels, 30 bridges and 34 stations. The trains go to Porto three times a day. It is possible to make a daily trip that costs around 13 euros, but in order to make the most of the trip, why not take time and stop some exciting stops along the way? 19659002] The Linha do Douro ride is perfect for combining honeymoon holidays. Before jumping on a train, you can start the day with two pairs of historic Porto. There are many useful stations that allow you to access some of the suitable area for a walking day, with a great outing. When you arrive in Porto, you will change the train to the best of the train in the Douro mountain range of Réguas. Some stations are simply platforms for shelters used by local wine makers (this is a port wine district), although you might be interested in one of them leaving. You might want to mimic the vineyards of the Douro River, which are well-trapped tourists.
On a route with interesting stops, Pinhao is actually a port city making it a good base for a river trip or hiking around the surrounding vineyards and mountains. Be sure to hike in Pinhaost to the miradouro small village of Casal de Loivos – views here are one of the best along Douro. You can also go to Sabrosa to see Magellan's home.
The second station, which is Tua, is the river cruise stop and there is good food. Then Pocinho, a pleasant harbor production city with lots of amenities. If you want to genuinely experience what this area still offers, you must definitely spend at least some of your stay in the traditional cradle – wine-making houses often diversify to accommodate tourists, and some may be rustic and delicious.
Come on the Douro River and explore the possibilities of walking and rail