Residencial Columbano

Address: Avenida Sacadura Cabral, Peso Da Regua, Northern Portugal, 5050-071, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Sacadura Cabral, Peso Da Regua, is near Se (Cathedral) and Museu de Grao Vasco.
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    Travel Blogs from Peso Da Regua

    Another awesome day of riding

    A travel blog entry by renebabin on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment

    ... half way to the bottom as he doesn't do so well going down. Had a good laugh with him as we waited for our little mini Peloton to catch up. the whole group had a beautiful ride coming down a valley to ride along the Douro river to our winery hotel for the night. Those great support staff at InGamba, when we were leaving our coffee stop, slipped a can of beer into my back jersey pocket. Once we hit the valley floor, and I could sit at the back of the line, enjoyed myself ...

    The Douro Valley: The Port's Port of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... round. No doubt the Lonely Planet will have it on their Top 10 list of places to visit in the years to come but in the mean time we got to enjoy it pretty much to ourselves. Our accommodation was in a lovely refurbished 300 year old family house set in the vineyards. Think big timber beams, white washed walls, converted stables and cellars, family antiques including a 200 year old gramophone and a sparkling blue pool overlooking the valley. The 30-something year ...

    2000 years in the making

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... in underground caves under the grapes. The cellars had taken over 10 years to dig by hand over 60 years ago. Finally we wound our way to another tiny hilltop village, Salzedas, to visit, yes another monastery, Santa Maria de Slazedas! The associated church was in very poor repair with obvious damp issues, but the attached Cistercian monastery founded in the 12th century by a wealthy widow (a very common story in Portugal) was fascinating as it ...

    Leaving Porto for Pinhao

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... in the1300s. The image of St. Goncalo is carved into his tomb. After visit the church we walked the winding streets of the walled city.

    We had lunch across the river from the church. The restaurant was quiet when we went in, but soon filled up with patrons. Joe ordered roasted lamb and Susan roasted chicken. We had a little trouble with ordering. The waiter said for one or two and we said that we wanted one of each meal. But when the food was ...

    WOW!

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... showing the Douro region do not do it justice. It is absolutely breathtaking!

    After lunch we ventured forth in buses to visit a few sights in the area and were shocked to see that once you leave the river and drive inland those vineyards continue-rolling hills of beautiful terraced vineyards, with small chateaus/wineries among them. I think it is more spectacular than California wine country.

    We visited the small ...