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Help with Itinerary and Places to Stay in Duoro Valley

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I am planning a trip to Spain/Portugal in early August. The last leg of our trip will take us leaving Lisbon by car. We will have 3 nights to explore the Duoro Valley. We love seeing the small towns and visiting the local wineries. I need help deciding where to stay in the Duoro Valley (both location and hotel/Pousada). We would prefer not to spend more than $200 - 225 USD per night. We would love a place with higher elevation views overlooking the valley. With that said we want to be close to a small town where we could go for dinner and walk around before retiring for the night. Our fondest memories were driving around Tuscany and seeing all of the hillside medieval towns and then heading home for a nice glass of wine on our balcony.

I also welcome suggestions on wineries to visit and river boat tours.

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