We set off towards Amarante and its traditional streets where we breathe in History and Heritage. The trip continues onto Régua, with a quick stop at an observation point in Mesão Frio. It was from Peso da Régua that, in past centuries, the typical Rabelo boats transported the barrels of wine to Vila Nova de Gaia. And this story can be witnessed in the Douro House, with its stained glass where you can see portrayed the history of the Douro Demarcated Wine Region. The Railway Station, where the first train arrived in 1879, is a must-visit. We leave for Pinhão and, once there, we suggest a walk along the river bank, a quick visit to the train station, with its typical tiles, and then on to an estate and Port wine tasting in 'Quinta do Tedo'.