Vinho Verde wine region covers a very vast portion of northern Portugal, so in between wine tastings and tours in Vinho Verde, here are some suggestion about places to visit:
– Barcelos, the birthplace of the symbol of Portugal, the Rooster. If you are lucky enogh to arrive in Barcelos the day of the market, you fill find tons of figurines of the Barcelos Rooster, from the tiniest one to bigger versions.
– Ponte de Lima is one of the oldest town in northern Portugal and it was first constructed by the Romans in the 1st Century AD. The town is located on the banks of the Lima river and it offers a lot of fun activities to do.
– The Peneda Geres National Park is a free green area located on the Castro Laboreiro platea. The park is an immense protected area for flora, fauna and cultural heritage.
To read more about activities and sightseeing you can do, check our Travel Guide to Vinho Verde Wine Region.