As you read this, visitors to Lisbon are snapping photos with three of the top landmarks in the city, completely unaware of a darker truth that is hidden in plain sight about these ionic places. Three major monuments are not what they seem…
As the closest nation in Europe to the U.S. and one of the best values in Europe today, Portugal is welcoming to families. With great beaches, attractions, and family friendly hotels, Portugal has lots for a family to do, and Portuguese culture cherishes children. You will find free hotels stays for kids (with breakfast), and in most restaurants - high chairs.
Portuguese people the world over celebrate Portugal Day on June 10th, commemorating the death of the national literary icon Luis do Camoes in 1580. Portugal’s national airline is celebrating Portugal Day with new nonstop service between Toronto and Lisbon.
Portugal is an ancient nation, and was once the crossroads of ancient Romans, Greeks and Carthaginians. It blossomed into a nation in the 12th century, casting off the Middle Ages, and took to the sea to explore and build trade.
Built from granite and schist (slate), and located in the heart of the country, Portugal’s mountains villages have witnessed more than 900 years of Portuguese history. But while the villages are amazingly peaceful places to visit, they have not always been so tranquil.
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Boston - Barcelona, Lisbon, the Azores – some of the hottest destinations - are now an easy flight from Boston’s Logan Airport. Azores Airlines new summer schedule from Boston has more flights than ever to some cool destinations.
Oakland --This summer Azores Airlines is bringing the Bay Area and Portugal closer together. For the summer of 2017, Azores Airlines has flights from Oakland to Terceira in the Azores and Lisbon that will run from June 14 to September 6, 2017, every Wednesday.
Azores Airlines will offer new direct service this summer from Providence to Porto, Portugal. The new service will be offered weekly, on Fridays, between June 2 and September 29, 2017. The widebody Airbus aircraft will fly direct to Porto with a stop in the Azores in Ponta Delgada. The airline will also offer more non-stop flights to the Azores from Providence, as well as connecting service to Lisbon, Madeira, Cape Verde and Barcelona.