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Peso da Régua is a Portuguese city within the District of Vila Real, a sub-region of the Douro and former province of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro. It has a population of 17,131 inhabitants.
Located on the banks of the River Douro, the town has consistently played an important role in the production and sale of Port wine since it was from here that the barrels were transported in Rabelo boats to Vila Nova de Gaia, where the wine is aged in the cellars.
The distance between Peso da Régua and Pinhão is about 21 km or approximately 30 minutes by car.
The city Peso da Régua is of great importance to the history of Port wine and the 4 recommended activities will provide you with a complete experience: where you can relax surrounded by this beautiful scenery and also where you can enjoy all its cultural activities.
For those visiting the region, the Historic Douro Train ride is an excellent option not to be missed.
This timeless train journey will take visitors back to the age of steam trains (although some services are operated by Diesel due to limited Steam service availability).
Operating between Régua and Tua it aptly showcases the stunning landscapes overlooking the River Douro and runs between the months of June and October.
Largo da Estação, Peso da Régua
T: +351 22 105 2511
The Douro Museum in Régua is an obligatory stop for a welcome tour of the Douro Valley due to its extensive information about the Douro winemaking region, its history, culture and identity.
The Museum is situated inside ‘Company House’, one of the most symbolic buildings in the history of the Douro Valley, whose construction relates to the founding of ‘Companhia Geral da Agricultura das Vinhas do Alto Douro’ (General Company of Agriculture and Vineyards of the Douro Superior) a government organisation which, in 1756, was responsible for creating the first demarcated wine region in the world under the direction of the Marquis of Pombal.
Rua Marquês do Pombal, 5050-282 Peso da Régua
T: +351 254 310 190
Quinta do Vallado was built in 1716 and is one of the oldest Douro wine estates. It is famous for its production of Douro table wines and Port wines which are internationally renowned.
The Quinta do Vallado winery and visitors centre is open to the public all year round and has several activities, tours, workshops, lunches and wine dinners which can be organized.
Vilarinho dos Freires, 5050-364, Peso da Régua
T: +351 254 318 081
This walking route forms a crossing of 20 kms and comprises the second half of the Grand Route connecting São Martinho de Anta to Pinhão.
It begins in the wine region of Provesende and ends upon arriving in Pinhão.
The accompanying views are defined by the vineyards and vine culture, stretching as far as the eye can see and provide magnificent panoramas over the rivers Pinhão and Douro.