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TOURING THE DUORO VALLEY

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in may my wife and i are spending 3 days in the duoro valley region using lamego as a base. we will have a car and i was considering driving the region but after reading some past postings, the train trip sounds great. my question: should we leave the car in regua then take the train to pinhao, spend some time, then train to pocinho and then back to regua. or better to drive to either pocinho or pinhao and then train from there. that way we would have more freedom to stop along the way and so some exploring of small villages. or perhaps train the whole way and then return by car to areas that looked interesting. thanks in advance for your suggestions.

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