Weekend Cruise: Régua – Porto – Régua

(Português) Descubra a serenidade do Douro em uma jornada única de beleza natural e experiências culturais.

What to expect from this experience

Discover the serenity of the Douro on a unique journey of natural beauty and cultural experiences.

Tomaz do Douro is a company with a 25-year history of sailing on the majestic Douro River, being one of the pioneers in this sector. With a fleet of various own vessels equipped with the most modern navigation systems, the company offers a variety of cruises, from tours through the 6 bridges of the Douro River to longer cruises, ranging from Porto to Barca d’Alva. Additionally, Tomaz do Douro also organizes social and corporate events in exclusive venues, providing its clients with unique experiences while enjoying the stunning landscapes along the river.

For those seeking a more personalized and exclusive experience, Tomaz do Douro offers special boats that allow for truly unforgettable journeys.

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We look forward to welcoming you on board for an unforgettable experience along the Douro River.


Enjoy a unique journey along the Douro River with our weekly cruise from Régua to Porto and back. Departing from the picturesque town of Régua, embark on an unforgettable voyage that includes passage through iconic dams and a delightful onboard lunch.

What is included


10:30 AM: Concentration and boarding at Régua’s dock. Snacks and lunch onboard. Passage through Carrapatelo Dam. Passage through Crestuma / Lever Dam.

6:00 PM: Expected arrival in Porto. Pedestrian walk to the station.

7:30 PM: Departure by train* to Régua.

9:20 PM: Expected arrival in Régua. End of our services.


August offers more available dates.

Programs and schedules are subject to changes.

CP does not have seat reservation.

The bus may be replaced by train without prior notice.


Porto, Portugal

Coordinates: 41.149451, -8.610788

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