TAP Air Portugal has reinstated its renowned Stopover program so that customers can rediscover Portugal.
The Portuguese flag carrier has reintroduced the award-winning programme in conjunction with its participation in this year’s International Tourist Exhibition (BTL) in Lisbon in an effort to strengthen Portugal’s travel and tourism industry.
The most popular Stopover programme in Europe permits clients from all over the world to travel and discover Portugal’s beauty before to their final destination.
The agreement with Turismo de Portugal permits passengers to stay in Portugal for up to 10 days and grants them access to 290 special deals and discounts at 115 hotels, restaurants, attractions, experiences, and tour partners before continuing to their final destination.
Clients utilising the Stopover programme can additionally receive a 25% off on their journey by using a special promo code on flytap.com.
Visitors to Lisbon can explore the city’s plazas, courtyards, and cafes, ride the city’s historic tram network, and experience real Portuguese food at the city’s restaurants.
Visitors who wish to explore Porto can take in breathtaking views from the Clérigos Tower or learn about the city’s rich history at Douro’s Ribeira.
TAP connects Europe to 11 cities in Brazil from its Lisbon base, flying to São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belém, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Fortaleza, Natal, Maceió, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador. Additionally, the airline connects Porto to So Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
The Portuguese flag carrier also offers multiple long-haul routes to some of the most popular African and American cities, including Accra, Boston, Cancun, San Francisco, and Toronto.
The airline services over 90 destinations across three continents from its base at Lisbon Airport.
Being a member of Star Alliance since 2005, the airline provides connectivity to worldwide destinations via its Lisbon hub.
TAP operates from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and Manchester in addition to having flights from Dublin, the capital of Ireland.
The airline operates a fleet of ATR and Embraer aircraft for short hops through its regional carrier Portugalia. It has one of the youngest fleets in Europe.
For additional details, please visit flytap.com.