Hi Folks

Here is a cruise of the Douro River from Portugal to Spain with a Lisbon pre stay.

Deposit of $500CDN per person will hold your cabin. You can cancel right up until 5 months before departure and all but $100 per person is refundable.

There are further discounts for past guests of Viking on this trip.

Any questions please email me.



Viking Cruises


14 November 2019

Standard Cabin Category E - Brochure Rate from $8993CDN

Early Booking Rate from $4523CDN including Toronto Air

Enjoy the Douro’s beauty & history

Experience the renaissance of Lisbon, newly invigorated with trending galleries and restaurants. Explore two of Iberia’s oldest university towns: Coimbra, Portugal and Salamanca, Spain. Roam the port warehouses of Porto. Enjoy traditional cuisine, wine and fado singing. Cruise the Douro River Valley, the world’s oldest demarcated wine region and a UNESCO Site. Our 10-day cruisetour includes a hotel stay in Lisbon and the added bonus of a visit to Spain.

Portugal's River of Gold

All This Is Included

  • Cruise with river-view stateroom
  • Guided tours with audio headset
  • All onboard meals: featuring regional specialties and including Welcome Cocktail Reception & Dinner
  • Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks with onboard dinner and lunch
  • Breakfast daily during land stays
  • Visits to UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Culture Curriculum
  • All port charges
  • Free Wi-Fi, connection speed may vary
  • Toronto round trip air including air taxes and transfers in Europe (pricing available for other gateways)

*For full terms and conditions refer to Viking Brochure. Gov't taxes are subject to change. Airlines may charge for luggage and seat assignment. Optional out of country medical and trip cancellation insurance strongly recommended. Itineraries are subject to change and depending on date of sailing may operate in opposite direction

Day by Day


Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon boasts the Jerónimos Monastery and Belém Tower, stunning works that introduced Manueline architecture to the world.


Lisbon, Portugal

The labyrinthine streets of Lisbon’s Arab-flavored Alfama District carry echoes of 16th-century navigators who sailed in the Age of Discovery.


Porto, Portugal

Porto is known not only for its wine, but also for a heritage that combines ancient churches and monuments. Visitors to Bitetos can explore sections that used to be a prosperous Roman village.


Porto, Portugal

Portugal’s second largest city, Porto lends its name to the nation’s port wine.


Régua, Portugal

The peaceful town of Peso da Régua, commonly known as Régua, overlooks the Douro River with the Serra do Marao mountains at its rear.


Barca d’Alva, Portugal

This tranquil town is shadowed by mountains and surrounded by miles of gorgeous countryside filled with vineyards and orchards.


Salamanca, Spain

Vega de Terrón serves as a Douro River gateway to the fascinating Spanish city of Salamanca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Pinhão, Portugal

The sleepy town of Pinhão is situated at the epicenter of the valley’s port wine-making. The biggest names in port have wine estates nearby, thanks to the region’s perfect growing conditions for port grapes.


Régua, Portugal

The peaceful town of Peso da Régua, commonly known as Régua, overlooks the Douro River with the Serra do Marao mountains at its rear.


Porto, Portugal

Like Lisbon, Porto has a rich past; its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of narrow cobblestone streets brimming with romantic buildings spanning the centuries.

Terms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.

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