From Porto: Boat Day Trip to Régua with Breakfast, Lunch and return by bus

4.5 (19)
Porto, PT
4.5 (19)
Porto, PT
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Embark on the cruise everyone is raving about! Experience the magnificence of a boat ride from Porto to Régua, and get ready for an unforgettable journey through the stunning Douro region. This Sunday trip is your chance to discover the beauty and secrets of one of the most renowned wine regions in the world, the Alto Douro Vinhateiro. From the moment you step on board, you'll be captivated by the breathtaking landscapes and the enchanting atmosphere of the Douro River. With breakfast and lunch included, you'll savor delicious meals while taking in the picturesque scenery. Explore the Crestuma-Lever Dam and the Carrapatelo Dam, witnessing their impressive structures. As the journey comes to an end, you will return by bus to Porto, with a final stop at the iconic Avenida Dos Aliados. Book now and treat yourself to an extraordinary adventure on the waters of the Douro!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 10 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • & Audio GuidedGuided Experience
  • Sublime boat ride from Porto to Régua
  • Discover the beauty of the Douro
  • Explore the secrets of the Douro wine region
  • Visit Crestuma-Lever Dam and Carrapatelo Dam
  • Return journey with scenic views of Avenida Dos Aliados
  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • Restroom on board
  • Panoramic 6 hours cruise along the Douro River
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Hotel pick up or drop-off

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Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Douro River on the highly acclaimed boat day trip from Porto to Régua. This cruise is not just your average boat ride, but an extraordinary journey that will leave you in awe. Embark in the vibrant city of Porto and set sail along the meandering Douro River, surrounded by picturesque vineyards and charming riverside towns. As you cruise through the renowned Alto Douro Vinhateiro, a UNESCO World Heritage site, you'll witness one of the most astonishing and well-preserved wine regions in the world.

What to expect?

During this immersive 10-hour experience, you can expect to be captivated by the stunning landscapes of the Douro Valley, where rolling hills covered in vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see. The tour includes a delicious breakfast and lunch, allowing you to savor the flavors and culinary delights of the region. As you make your way to Régua, you will pass through two remarkable dams – Crestuma-Lever Dam and Carrapatelo Dam, where you'll have a chance to witness their grandeur up close. Throughout the journey, knowledgeable guides will share fascinating insights into the history, culture, and winemaking traditions of the Douro region.

Who is this for?

This boat day trip is an extraordinary experience that caters to a wide range of travelers. Whether you're a wine lover, a nature enthusiast, or simply someone seeking a unique and unforgettable adventure, this tour has something for everyone. Solo travelers, couples, and families alike will thoroughly enjoy exploring the stunning landscapes and indulging in the flavors of the Douro Valley.

Why book this?

Embarking on this boat day trip is a decision you won't regret. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Douro River as you unwind on a comfortable cruise ship, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. With breakfast, lunch, and informative guides included, this tour offers exceptional value for money. As you sail through the heart of the Douro Valley, you'll gain a deeper appreciation for the history, culture, and winemaking traditions that have shaped this remarkable region. Whether you're a wine connoisseur or simply appreciate natural beauty, this experience promises to leave a lasting impression.

Good to know

It's important to note that the return journey is made by bus, allowing you to enjoy a different perspective of the region as you make your way back to Porto. The exact location for departure and return will be provided by the booking team, ensuring a seamless experience from beginning to end. It's recommended to bring comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and a camera to capture the picturesque landscapes along the way.


Travelers who have embarked on this boat day trip have been blown away by the beauty and tranquility of the Douro River. They praise the friendly and knowledgeable guides who provide fascinating insights into the region's history and winemaking traditions. The exquisite views of the vineyards, dams, and charming riverside towns have left a lasting impression on visitors. Overall, travelers highly recommend this tour for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the stunning landscapes and rich culture of the Douro Valley.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary


The meeting point will be located in Porto or Gaia Quay, you need to present your ticket in the begin of the journey. (The departure location will be informed by the booking team in advance.)

Barragem de Crestuma-Lever

Crestuma –Lever Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Douro. It is located in the municipality Vila Nova de Gaia, in Porto District, Portugal. Crestuma –Lever Dam is a 25.5 m tall (height above foundation).

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Barragem do Carrapatelo

Carrapatelo Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Douro, where the river forms the border line between the districts of Porto and Viseu. It is located in the municipalities of Marco de Canaveses, in Porto District, and Cinfães, Viseu District, Portugal. Construction of the dam began in 1964. The dam was completed in 1972.

Admission Included

Avenida Dos Aliados

The return is made by BUS. The arrival location will be informed by the booking team in advance.

Admission Included



4.5 (19)


Great day with Luciano and Sergio! Wineries, River tour + tasty lunch. Even the drive was gorgeous. Thanks for a great day!


Beautiful views along the river. It was a nice treat to get a glass of Port and they were generous with drinks (water, orange juice and wine). Food was good Downside was finding the exact location to board it finally came early in the morning in a Whatsup message so had to type in the long address to Maps. Also, could not usually hear announcements on deck.

Roddy M

Boarding vessel was disorganised. PA system on vessel was very poor and commentary was very superficial so we did not learn much Tour guides were not much in evidence Vessel crew very friendly and the lunch was excellent. The visit to the port warehouse was very poor - it bore no comparison to the quality of Tour on offer in Porto. We were told the train back to Porto would leave from Platform1 but having read previous reviews, I checked with station staff who said it was Platform 3 Train stopped one station short of Sao Bento station in Porto but tour guides did tell us to get off and change trains. Fortunately the next train to Sao Bento left from the adjacent platform. Vessel journey was good but all other aspects of tour were disappointing.

Shelly P

<p>The Douro river is beautiful and the tour was good. The food at breakfast consisted of a roll and a croissant, but the lunch was excellent. The boat was very crowded--there weren't enough seats on the upper open deck for all the passengers so some had to stand. we were quite disappointed in the 'Wine Tour' which consisted of a 5 minute bus ride to a wine estate where we had a 5 minute talk about port, then were led to the store where we had one wine tasting. This part was hardly worth it but the Douro river cruise was definitely beautiful.</p>


<p>I took this tour on my first full day in Porto, and I was glad I did. It was a great introduction to the Douro Valley and better prepared me for other tours I took to the region later that week. There is a bit of chaos as we prepared to board, and it eventually became clear that there were people on the boat going on different tours. My guide found me on her list as I boarded and told me to follow her when we embarked in Regua. The boat was completely full and the dining room a bit tight, but the staff did a great job of serving breakfast and later lunch in an efficient manner and there was plenty to eat and drink! No complaints there. Most interesting was passing through the locks, and most of the time I was able to hear the English narrative, but the loud music was often distracting and irritating, sometimes playing in the background during the narrative. Everyone tried to get a seat on top in the morning, but after a couple of hours, most retreated to the air conditioned dining area because the temperature in mid-June was hovering over 40 degrees centigrade, a bit unusual at least for that time of year. Bring sunscreen and a hat! The ride was long, over 5 hours before we got to Regua, where a bus was waiting to pick us up for our wine tour. Again, a bit of chaos as different groups got off for their separate tours while others stayed on for a longer ride. The wine tasting was very well done, with plenty of wine and port to sample. Then the bus took us to the Regua train station where we could walk around the town a bit, but it was really too hot to do that for very long. Chaos again as there were no signs at the station regarding which track our train would leave from. Our guide told us track one. There was a train on track one at the designated time, but another train that you couldn't see behind it on track 3 was actually our train. Once we realized it, we got off the first train and walked around it and crossed the tracks for the other train. Our guide was almost as confused as we were about this, but she did her best to ensure that everyone was with us on the 2 hour trip back to Porto. There are other trips up the Douro and if you don't mind the long ride and it is a pleasant day, it was a nice, relaxing and great introduction to the area. But definitely go back via a small group tour by van to really get to know the people and region must better.</p>


<p>This made for a great day on the river. It was very well organized from start to finish. The staff did a excellent job of welcoming us onboard, showing us to assigned seating in the dining room, serving breakfast and lunch in very cramped quarters and organizing us into a number of different tour groups on arrival in Regua. My only misgiving with the day concerned the large number of people onboard. The dining room below decks was very cramped as was the upper deck for sightseeing as we went up the river. Notwithstanding, it was a very interesting tour and I would recommend it if you have a day to spare in Porto.</p>


A good tour, all thanks to the good work of Inés and the driver Novais. All the points included in the visit were very well explained by the guide Inés and also with enough time to be able to take both photos and their surroundings.


The service is truly impeccable. Our guide Orlando is very friendly and kind. Life is wonderful and the food is delicious.


Great tour with excellent guides made by Luciano and Almeida. Everything is very well explained with all due attention. It was so worth it!


Great wineries, friendly and cheerful guide and very competent driver. Very cool trip on the Douro River! Lunch in a traditional kitchen was excellent!
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-05-20 21:06