Getting to the Azores is an easy 4-hour flight. And now, the cost is pretty easy too.
BOSTON November 12, 2017
The Azores are a collection of nine islands located in the Atlantic Ocean about midway between Boston and mainland Portugal. The closest point to Europe from the United States, the Azores is an autonomous region of Portugal, and just four hours by plane from Boston. The islands are becoming increasingly well known for eco-tourism, golf, and unique European cuisine.
Now, Azores Airlines is offering a new winter escape deal to help New Englanders discover the Azores: Round-trip, non-stop air from Boston to São Miguel, 6 nights hotel with breakfast, transfers, 2 island tours (with lunch) for $1,229, per person based on double occupancy. Pretty much an entire vacation in the Azores.
Package travel and sales between now and February 28, 2018. Special is for Boston to the Azores non-stop. Call for details, 800-762-9995, or email sales.usa(at)sata(dot)pt.
The sapphire blue and emerald green lakes, fertile prairies, volcanic cones and craters, colorful hydrangeas and azaleas, 15th century churches and majestic manor houses make the Azores unlike anywhere else on earth. The dramatic islands have a year-round mild climate.
The hotel is the 4-star Vila Nova Hotel is located in downtown Ponta Delgada. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant, health club, walk to stores and restaurants. The hotel also provides bike rental. And enjoy 2 tours of São Miguel island, with lunch included.
Azores Airlines, part of the SATA Group, has connected New England with the Azores and mainland Portugal for more than 35 years. For more information about booking flights.
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