Can US citizens go to the Azores?

Can US citizens go to the Azores?

Travel from domestic territory There are currently no restrictions for all passengers traveling to the Azores on domestic flights (departing from national territory).

When should I go to the Azores?

The best time to visit the Azores is June through August. During this time, temperatures are at their highest, cloudy days are fewer and farther between and the likelihood of rain is low.

Which airlines fly to Azores from us?

The only airlines flying directly to Azores from United States are Azores Airlines, TAP Portugal and United. You can fly directly via Boston or New York. The U.S. routes target not only tourists, but also the strong Azorean community living in these countries.

Do the Azores have beaches?

Despite not being a tropical beach destination at all, one of the most unique landscapes in Azores are its beaches (or in Portuguese: praias). There are almost 40 beaches in Azores distinguished with the European Blue Flag for its environmental and quality standards.

Which airlines fly to the Azores?

Which is better Madeira or Azores?

Madeira is a better choice than the Azores for fine dining and some nightlife. The Azores have less predictable weather than Madeira and much more rain – which is why they are so green with more cattle. Madeira has slightly warmer weather although it also rains quite a lot and the island is also green.

Can you fly direct to the Azores?

Do you need a car in Azores?

Almost all of the top things to do in the Azores are located quite far from the cities or villages. That means you always have to use a car if you want to visit these sights.

Is Azores worth a visit?

The Azores are one of the best spots on the planet for diving and surfers, too, can find good waves. The island of São Jorge is talked about as a hidden gem among locals and pros, due to its long breaks, stunning scenery and the fact that you’ll often have the waves virtually to yourself.

Can I fly direct to Azores?

Direct flights to the main airports (e.g. Ponta Delgada on São Miguel) run year-round. In winter, however, you might have to change in Ponta Delgada to reach less popular islands like Flores. You can also get direct flights from Porto to the Azores, arriving into either São Miguel or Terceira.