Lisbon Rising: New Packages offered to Lisbon from $859

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Lisbon is the hot place to be this winter with Portugal’s capital on the Tejo River. The city has been reborn with a host of new museums, restaurants, cultural venues and hotels.

Taking in Lisbon is easy with new packages just announced by Azores Express/SATA: A week long package from Boston, with six nights lodging and air, starts at just $859 per person this fall with a half dozen hotels to choose from.

Packages from Boston to Lisbon (via the Azores) depart Tuesdays and Fridays with six-night stays at a choice of four hotels all year. For Tuesday departures, packages range from $859 to $1,019 per person, double occupancy (plus tax). All packages include daily breakfast. Choose a package that combines a stay in São Miguel in the Azores for the same $859 base price. Children under 6 pay only child’s airfare. Children under 10 pay just 10% of the hotel rate, plus airfare.

New hotels this year is the Jorge V Lisbon, considered one of Lisbon landmarks, with a tradition of service and a central downtown setting. The recently updated hotel HF Fénix Lisboa, right in the heart of the iconic Marquês de Pombal Square, is a short walk to many sights and public transportation.

The other featured hotels include Lisbon’s stylish Hotel Azores Lisboa, a modern four-star hotel in the city’s business and shopping district. The downtown and elegant Tivoli Jardim is set near major sites and shopping. The Hotel Mundial is right in the heart of the city’s center. The Mundial, recently restored, was famed as a center of espionage during World War II. The modern Tivoli Oriente is a four-star hotel in the newest part of the city, the riverfront Nation’s Park

About Lisbon

Lisbon stands on the north bank of the Tejo River, where the river meets the Atlantic. It is Portugal’s largest city and its capital, with the added distinction of being the warmest and most western capital in Europe. Its climate is strongly influenced by the Gulf Stream. Built on seven hills, some of Lisbon’s streets are too steep for cars, but visitors can and should take in panoramic views of the city by traveling to the top via elevators or funicular.

Azores Express/SATA has connected New England with the Azores and mainland Portugal for more than 25 years. Today it offers direct flights on wide-body A310 aircraft to São Miguel, the main island in the Azores archipelago. Connecting flights from São Miguel to Lisbon and/or the island of Madeira are available. The carrier is part of the SATA Group.

For more information and reservations, contact Azores Express at 800-762-9995,


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