7 días a bordo del A-ROSA ALVA

  • 21 Agosto 2024
  • 7 Noches
  • Salida desde Porto
A Rosa
  • Ventana precio desde
    $3,498*/pp
  • Suite precio desde
    $9,598*/pp

Itinerario

Porto - Porto - Regua - Pinhao, Portugal - Pinhao, Portugal - Vega Terron - Vega Terron - Barca de Alva - Barca de Alva - Pinhao, Portugal - Pinhao, Portugal - Regua - Bitetos - Bitetos - Cais da Lixa - Porto - Porto
Fecha 1

21 Aug '24

Porto
A mesmerising city carved in granite: in Porto (population: 238,000, or 1.7 million in the greater area) you’ll find new, exciting perspectives at every turn – whether you’re beside the steadily flowing Douro, with its six different bridges, or in the lively city quarters of this northern Portuguese metropolis. As well as the imposing buildings of light-coloured granite, the symbols of Portugal’s second-largest city include gleaming azulejo tiles adorning church walls and townhouses, which look particularly handsome when it isn’t raining. You’ll need to be in good shape here – Porto is very hilly! But it’s worth the effort, because Porto – whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is pure poetry. Less More
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Salida

00:00

Fecha 2

22 Aug '24

Porto
A mesmerising city carved in granite: in Porto (population: 238,000, or 1.7 million in the greater area) you’ll find new, exciting perspectives at every turn – whether you’re beside the steadily flowing Douro, with its six different bridges, or in the lively city quarters of this northern Portuguese metropolis. As well as the imposing buildings of light-coloured granite, the symbols of Portugal’s second-largest city include gleaming azulejo tiles adorning church walls and townhouses, which look particularly handsome when it isn’t raining. You’ll need to be in good shape here – Porto is very hilly! But it’s worth the effort, because Porto – whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is pure poetry. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

07:00

Fecha 2

22 Aug '24

Regua
Régua is the largest city on the banks of the Douro in this wine-growing valley. The scenery in this region is simply magical, thanks to the pristine river, which meanders past steep slate slopes and terraces clad with vines. It is such a beautiful place that the Alto Douro has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. The town played a fundamental role in the production and marketing of port wine – which was transported away by sailing boat – as early as the 18th century. If you would like to learn more, visit the Douro Museum, which provides a wealth of information about the world’s first protected wine-growing area. Then, take a walk to the popular viewing platforms São Leonardo da Galafura and São Salvador do Mundo and enjoy the panoramic views of the river landscape and the elegant bridges that lead into town. It is also worth visiting the old centre, uphill from the river. You’ll find several listed churches and townhouses there. Less More
Llegada

13:00

Salida

14:00

Fecha 2

22 Aug '24

Pinhao, Portugal
The little town of Pinhão is located in the famous port wine region, in the area where the Douro and its surrounding landscape are at their most picturesque. It is surrounded by enchanting vineyards and the quintas that produce the wine. You can visit them from Pinhão and enjoy tours and wine tasting. To get there, you can either follow walking trails with glorious views or take a boat that also ferries visitors to interesting stretches of the river. One of the best-known walking trails takes you from the Douro bridge up seven kilometres of the hilly Rua Praça de Oliveira as far as the Casal de Loivos viewing point. The town itself is very unspoilt and has a lovely atmosphere, which makes it a splendid place for a stroll. Be sure to take a look at the Linha do Douro train station, which is decorated with richly coloured azulejo tiles. There are numerous restaurants in town, many of them right on the riverside. Less More
Llegada

17:00

Salida

00:00

Fecha 3

23 Aug '24

Pinhao, Portugal
The little town of Pinhão is located in the famous port wine region, in the area where the Douro and its surrounding landscape are at their most picturesque. It is surrounded by enchanting vineyards and the quintas that produce the wine. You can visit them from Pinhão and enjoy tours and wine tasting. To get there, you can either follow walking trails with glorious views or take a boat that also ferries visitors to interesting stretches of the river. One of the best-known walking trails takes you from the Douro bridge up seven kilometres of the hilly Rua Praça de Oliveira as far as the Casal de Loivos viewing point. The town itself is very unspoilt and has a lovely atmosphere, which makes it a splendid place for a stroll. Be sure to take a look at the Linha do Douro train station, which is decorated with richly coloured azulejo tiles. There are numerous restaurants in town, many of them right on the riverside. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

13:00

Fecha 3

23 Aug '24

Vega Terron
Vega de Terron is a Douro River cruise port in Spain and the gateway to Salamanca (Spain). Town’s most distinctive feature is the fountain Chafariz dos Pretos. Less More
Llegada

19:00

Salida

00:00

Fecha 4

24 Aug '24

Vega Terron
Vega de Terron is a Douro River cruise port in Spain and the gateway to Salamanca (Spain). Town’s most distinctive feature is the fountain Chafariz dos Pretos. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

12:00

Fecha 4

24 Aug '24

Barca de Alva
Barca d’Alva, Portugal Cruise Port. Barca d’Alva is a village that is located in a valley found at Douro. It is near the border of Spain. Less More
Llegada

12:30

Salida

00:00

Fecha 5

25 Aug '24

Barca de Alva
Barca d’Alva, Portugal Cruise Port. Barca d’Alva is a village that is located in a valley found at Douro. It is near the border of Spain. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

12:30

Fecha 5

25 Aug '24

Pinhao, Portugal
The little town of Pinhão is located in the famous port wine region, in the area where the Douro and its surrounding landscape are at their most picturesque. It is surrounded by enchanting vineyards and the quintas that produce the wine. You can visit them from Pinhão and enjoy tours and wine tasting. To get there, you can either follow walking trails with glorious views or take a boat that also ferries visitors to interesting stretches of the river. One of the best-known walking trails takes you from the Douro bridge up seven kilometres of the hilly Rua Praça de Oliveira as far as the Casal de Loivos viewing point. The town itself is very unspoilt and has a lovely atmosphere, which makes it a splendid place for a stroll. Be sure to take a look at the Linha do Douro train station, which is decorated with richly coloured azulejo tiles. There are numerous restaurants in town, many of them right on the riverside. Less More
Llegada

18:30

Salida

00:00

Fecha 6

26 Aug '24

Pinhao, Portugal
The little town of Pinhão is located in the famous port wine region, in the area where the Douro and its surrounding landscape are at their most picturesque. It is surrounded by enchanting vineyards and the quintas that produce the wine. You can visit them from Pinhão and enjoy tours and wine tasting. To get there, you can either follow walking trails with glorious views or take a boat that also ferries visitors to interesting stretches of the river. One of the best-known walking trails takes you from the Douro bridge up seven kilometres of the hilly Rua Praça de Oliveira as far as the Casal de Loivos viewing point. The town itself is very unspoilt and has a lovely atmosphere, which makes it a splendid place for a stroll. Be sure to take a look at the Linha do Douro train station, which is decorated with richly coloured azulejo tiles. There are numerous restaurants in town, many of them right on the riverside. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

07:00

Fecha 6

26 Aug '24

Regua
Régua is the largest city on the banks of the Douro in this wine-growing valley. The scenery in this region is simply magical, thanks to the pristine river, which meanders past steep slate slopes and terraces clad with vines. It is such a beautiful place that the Alto Douro has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. The town played a fundamental role in the production and marketing of port wine – which was transported away by sailing boat – as early as the 18th century. If you would like to learn more, visit the Douro Museum, which provides a wealth of information about the world’s first protected wine-growing area. Then, take a walk to the popular viewing platforms São Leonardo da Galafura and São Salvador do Mundo and enjoy the panoramic views of the river landscape and the elegant bridges that lead into town. It is also worth visiting the old centre, uphill from the river. You’ll find several listed churches and townhouses there. Less More
Llegada

09:00

Salida

14:00

Fecha 6

26 Aug '24

Bitetos
Bitetos is located on Douro River as it spills into the Atlantic Ocean. Less More
Llegada

18:30

Salida

00:00

Fecha 7

27 Aug '24

Bitetos
Bitetos is located on Douro River as it spills into the Atlantic Ocean. Less More
Llegada

00:00

Salida

07:00

Fecha 7

27 Aug '24

Cais da Lixa
Llegada

08:30

Salida

09:00

Fecha 7

27 Aug '24

Porto
A mesmerising city carved in granite: in Porto (population: 238,000, or 1.7 million in the greater area) you’ll find new, exciting perspectives at every turn – whether you’re beside the steadily flowing Douro, with its six different bridges, or in the lively city quarters of this northern Portuguese metropolis. As well as the imposing buildings of light-coloured granite, the symbols of Portugal’s second-largest city include gleaming azulejo tiles adorning church walls and townhouses, which look particularly handsome when it isn’t raining. You’ll need to be in good shape here – Porto is very hilly! But it’s worth the effort, because Porto – whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is pure poetry. Less More
Llegada

10:30

Salida

00:00

Fecha 8

28 Aug '24

Porto
A mesmerising city carved in granite: in Porto (population: 238,000, or 1.7 million in the greater area) you’ll find new, exciting perspectives at every turn – whether you’re beside the steadily flowing Douro, with its six different bridges, or in the lively city quarters of this northern Portuguese metropolis. As well as the imposing buildings of light-coloured granite, the symbols of Portugal’s second-largest city include gleaming azulejo tiles adorning church walls and townhouses, which look particularly handsome when it isn’t raining. You’ll need to be in good shape here – Porto is very hilly! But it’s worth the effort, because Porto – whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is pure poetry. Less More
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00:00

Salida

00:00

Barco - A-ROSA ALVA

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    2-bed outside cabin with extra bed

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    Generously sized Balcony Suite with balcony, sofa, bathroom with daylight and walk-in closet. Elegant design and first-class materials ensure an atmosphere of well-being. Additional services: check-in and personal welcome from 12.00 h, Suite cocktail with the hotel manager, fresh flowers and fruit, laundry and ironing service.

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