Santa Maria Island. Trail Runing event to explore the best walking trails and places to visit...
The Mardi Gras in the Azores is a mixture of entrudo, dances, marches, dances and bailinhos....
The sixth edition of TREMOR. In 2019, São Miguel becomes a privileged stage for music, with...
The largest religious festival in the Azores, it has its peak in the procession through the...
The 19 Best Places for a Big Trip in 2019
So you’ve explored the streets of Lisbon, maybe even its dazzling rival city, Porto. What’s next on your Portugal itinerary? About 900 miles from the mainland you’ll find the craggy shores of the Azores, a nine-island archipelago that has all the geographic splendor of Hawaii, the Scottish Highlands, and New Zealand rolled into one.
‘Maria’s Portuguese Table’ cooking series launches Friday
Maria Lawton’s mission to showcase Portuguese food and culture has been a long road. But like her own journey emigrating from her native Azores to the United States, she’s finally arrived.
52 Places to Go in 2019
In the nippy Atlantic Ocean a four-hour flight from the United States, the subtropical volcanic islands of the Azores, complete with Unesco World Heritage sites and biospheres, await discovery.
Travel to the Azore Islands
Step back in time in the Azore Islands where you'll find quaint fishing villages with historic churches.
Portugal eleito o país mais cool para visitar em 2019
A revista norte-americana Forbes escolheu dos 10 países mais 'cool' para visitar em 2019 e Portugal conquistou o lugar de topo – representado nada mais nada menos do que pelo Arquipélago dos Açores.
The 10 Coolest Places to Go in 2019
Resembling the otherworldly landscapes of Avatar, the Azores islands, an archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, are topping the lists of adventure travelers for 2019
The Azores in the Winter
For better or worse, the Azores are starting to become a trendy vacation destination among American tourists. It’s still nothing compared to the likes of Iceland, but this hidden gem in the North Atlantic is not as hidden as it once was. While it’s not terribly crowded or expensive even in the peak season, the Azores are a perfect offseason destination. It’s never really cold even in the winter, flights are cheaper, and most of the popular summer activities are still an option in the winter.