10-nt European Waterways Queen Isabel
|Day||Ports of Call|
|5||Leixoes (Porto), Portugal|
|6||Cruising the Douro River|
|8||Vega De Terron, Spain|
|9||Barca dAlva, Portugal|
|10||Cruising the Douro River|
|11||Leixoes (Porto), Portugal|
Know Before You Go
- Pricing includes cruise portion only. For pre and post accommodations, please contact your PERX travel planner.
- Please be discreet, do not discuss your industry discounts with other guests aboard your sailing.
- Please ensure that you have your ID available when boarding.
- We strongly suggest purchasing travel protection to cover medical expenses in the event that medical attention is required.
An extraordinary journey designed for culturally curious travelers.
Your journey starts in Lisbon, the city that launched some of the world's most renowned explorers. Following the Douro River through Portugal and into Spain, you'll cruise past steeply terraced hillsides, quaint villages and acres of ripe vineyards. Dine on traditional fare in majestic Coimbra, the birthplace of six Portuguese kings; enjoy private tastings of Port; and explore Porto's historic Ribeira district, home to iconic rabelo boats, cutting-edge cuisine and a thriving art scene. Wind your way through the dramatic landscapes of the UNESCO-designated Douro Valley, heading ashore to visit charming quintas and meet the winemakers who operate them. In Salamanca, Spain, you'll see the city's famous university. Return to Portugal with a visit to the fortified village of Castelo Rodrigo and historic Guimaraes. There's no better way to discover Europe's best-kept secret than this scenic and all-inclusive river cruise!
You'll get a closer than ever view of the UNESCO World Heritage-designated Douro River Valley on Uniworld's NEW Queen Isabel. Named after Portugal's beloved queen, this boutique ship will be the most unique and luxurious ships on the Douro River. Whether in your stateroom or on the sun deck, you'll never miss the exceptional beauty of rambling vineyards and charming quintas clinging to the steep slopes, creating an incomparable backdrop to one of Europe's most unspoiled regions.
Total Staff: 33 Guest Capacity: 118