Comfort Inn Valpacos

Rua Herios Do Ultramar, Valpacos, Northern Portugal, 5430, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Herios Do Ultramar, Valpacos.
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Travel Blogs from Valpacos

Leaving Porto for Pinhao

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 14, 2014

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... Maybe we should be taking a bus!!! Drove up to a little building and paid with the obsolete US Credit card.

Then back to Avis. We got a brand new Toyota Yaris. They just pulled it off the truck so had to wait for a car wash. The Avis service guy then asks Joe for the keys to the VW so he can drive this ”Piece of Junk“ away!!!! We agreed and now we were cool and off to Pinhao.

We are traveling to the “wine country” ...

Well Chav!!

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Aug 20, 2013

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... which seemed empty when we arrived, being a couple of hours too early for dinner - again! We checked out the Roman bridge (top attraction on TripAdvisor, but nothing special) and found a casual place full of locals by the river to have some fish and a bottle of Mateus Rose for Eur 6! When we headed back to the car, the town seemed much busier with the bars showing yet ...

Day 17, Chaves to Amares

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard on Aug 08, 2013

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... in a cafe to wash my legs, covered in bike oil. Our road eventually peaked at a reservoir which we snaked around, alternating fast descents and more arduous and now hot climbing. The views were breathtaking but the drivers were so terrifyingly awful that we never dared stop for a photo. It was such a shame because we both said it would have been our favourite day of cycling had it not been for the cars that overtook on blind ...

Day 16, Bragança to Chaves

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard on Aug 07, 2013

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This is beginning to sound repetitive but today was tough! We always knew we'd have hills on the way into Portugal but it was such a long way away that we didn't let it bother us that much. We set off early to avoid the Portuguese drivers - long gone were the considerate cycle friendly Spaniards. Our plan worked and the roads were practically ours alone. Even with long and at times steep climbs the first couple of hours were so still and beautiful that it made for wonderful ...

Chapter Sixteen - Douro Valley and Port Wine

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jul 06, 2013

1 comment, 37 photos

The most spectacular excursion out of Porto must be a visit to the Douro River Valley. The Duoro starts in N.E. Spain as the Duero, but the Portuguese section from Pinhão to Porto is quite magnificent as it winds through a deep gorge with green vineyards clambering up the steep sides. The whole valley has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, and it's ...