It connects Vila Nova de Gaia to Vila Nova de Foz Côa, a total of 226 kilometers in the heart of the Alto Douro Wine Region, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but the 27 kilometer stretch between Peso da Régua and Pinhão is undoubtedly The cherry on top of the cake. This section, with a total of 93 curves through amazing landscapes, was, in fact, already considered the best road in the world to drive. Take the Portuguese Route 66 with your partner, its landscapes, history and gastronomy guarantee days well spent, involved in an undeniably passionate atmosphere. All About Portugal suggests seven places not to be missed, between Caldas de Aregos and São João da Pesqueira, but there is much more to discover.