Date
Oct 13, 2023 - Oct 21, 2023
Trip Type
By River

Group Size: Up to 85 guests
Price: Starting from $6,999 per person double occupancy
Co-sponsored with: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, The University of Chicago Alumni Association, The College of William and Mary Alumni Association

Activity Level
3

Trip Overview

Portugal’s Douro Valley, the birthplace of Port wine, boasts a rich cultural history and rustic charm. Travel aboard the luxury riverboat AmaDouro through verdant landscapes, stepping ashore to explore timeless villages, tour remarkable museums and historic sites, sample excellent varieties, and savor delicious cuisine. Delight in visits to vineyards, museums, and gardens on a special itinerary exclusive to our groups.

Schedule by Day

  • Oct 13: Departure
  • Oct 14: Porto, Portugal / Embark AmaDouro
  • Oct 15: Porto / Peso da Régua
  • Oct 16: Peso da Régua / Barca d’Alva
  • Oct 17: Barca d’Alva / Vega de Terrón, Spain
  • Oct 18: Vega de Terron / Pinhão, Portugal
  • Oct 19: Pinhão / Peso da Régua / Bitetos
  • Oct 20: Bitetos / Porto
  • Oct 21: Porto / Return

Pricing

Per person double occupancy:

  • Cabins 109-114: $6,999
  • Cabins 101-108: $7,999
  • Cabins 317-320: $9,999
  • Cabins 201-216,218: $10,999
  • Cabins 305-316: $12,999
  • Cabins 301-304: $15,999

Single occupancy:

  • Cabins 109-114: $9,999
  • Cabins 101-108: $11,599
  • Cabins 317-320: $14,999
  • Cabins 201-216, 218: $16,999

Accommodations

  • Seven nights aboard AmaDouro

Extensions

Optional Prelude: Lisbon & Sintra

Information coming soon

 

What to Expect

Activity Level 3

Busy pacing may include multiple hotel changes plus internal flights or long drives. May involve exposure to the outdoors, full days of touring, and walking up to two hours.

Study Leader(s)

Margaret Brooks Robinson Professor of Celtic Languages and Literatures; Chair of the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures

For More Information

Please email haatravels@harvard.edu or call our office at 800-422-1636 or 617-496-0806.