Transportation in Portugal

Transportation in Portugal

ON THE GO Traveling by plane TAP Portugal (TP) flies to Lisbon, Faro, Madeira, Porto Santo, Porto and the Azores. The airline SATA (Sociedade Açoriana de Transportes Aereos) (SP) (Internet: www.sata.pt) connects the individual Azores islands with each other, with mainland Portugal and other European and non-European cities. ATA – Aerocondor Transportes Aéreos (Internet: www.aerocondor.com/) offers regular domestic flights and international charter flights. In addition, charter flights from other providers.…

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Madeira Overview

Madeira

Shopping Cheap or country-specific goods, souvenirs Local souvenirs are white embroidery and other embroidery, basketry, flowers, postage stamps with beautiful images and traditional clothing such as goatskin boots and knitwear, but also Madeiran liqueurs and candied fruits. Shop opening times Monday – Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Sunday: closed Currency The national currency in Madeira is the euro = 100 cents. The following banknotes are valid and in circulation…

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