Car hire Lisbon

Lisbon was named Europe's leading city destination in 2018. To help you to explore the Lisbon area, we are here to make your car rental in Lisbon, Portugal completely Stress Free. As a business, we are focused on ensuring that there are no unexpected fees while you explore the fun inspiring Portuguese streets. Stress Free Car Rental's sole mission is to cut out the nonsense that comes with car rental and leave you to enjoy your Lisbon vacation.

Our team are here to help and are easily reachable. We work hard to ensure that you have an excellent time in Lisbon and the Lisbon Area. In addition to that, we make sure that your data is kept safe, and that your car rental booking is easy to manage. From landing at Lisbon Airport to your hotel or place of residence to your return flight home, our mission is to provide the most straightforward and trustworthy service possible. Working with a wide selection of car rental brands you can trust in Lisbon Airport, Lisbon city centre and surrounding areas, we work with our car hire partners to make the cheapest rental packages available to you at the click of a button.

One thing about car hire in Lisbon that we always avoid is hidden costs and unexpected additional fees. When you book with Stress Free Car Rental, all prices are clearly displayed to ensure that you are fully aware of all car rental costs prior to a confirming your purchase, including out of hours fees, one-way fees, senior and junior driver fees, late pick up and drop off costs, and all local taxes. Renting a car and understanding the insurance options can be a confusing process. The purpose of our website is to make sure that when you confirm your booking, you understand all of the options for cover, including options including zero excess, no security deposit, options for paying with a debit card and any additional items you are booking.

You made a great choice of destination choosing Lisbon, Portugal as your travel destination and Stress Free Car Rental is here to help with any other Car Rental needs you might have in other parts of the world. We have premium services in Germany, the UK, France, Spain, The United States, Brazil, and even Australia. However, now is the time for you to enjoy this medieval European city, eat a Pastel de Nata or a succulent Portuguese steak, and take in the experience of a lifetime.

Look out for special offers, including a free extra driver. It can be up to 5x cheaper to book your additional driver in advance.

All of our car rentals at Lisbon airport and Lisbon's surrounding area include free cancellation anytime up to 48 hours before you collect the car and a price match guarantee.

Hiring a car in Lisbon Airport (LIS)

Affordable car hire brands we compare at Lisbon airport include Alamo, Centauro, Europcar, Enterprise, FireFly, Guerin, Goldcar, Keddy by Europcar, OK Rent a Car, Turisprime, Hertz, National, Dollar, and Thrifty.

The car hire kiosks at Lisbon airport are located between baggage claim and the exit, in Terminal 1 and most operate during regular airport hours. If your chosen car rental company is located off airport, a free shuttle bus will collect you from the pick-up point. Full instructions on how to find your car rental collection desk are included with your booking confirmation email.

You can pay for your car hire on our site using a debit card or credit card. You'll also need a payment card when you collect the car and sometimes the car rental companies are very specific about which types of cards they'll accept. Be sure to check your rental provider's terms before you set off.

Vehicles available at Lisbon Airport

Do you want to rent a small car, people carrier, or a convertible in Lisbon, Portugal? Look no further than the tremendous selection of vehicles we have at your disposal. Our cars come at remarkably low rates with 0 excess insurance as an option.

For a smaller group of travellers (1-3 people), we offer fantastic economy options for mini and smaller vehicles that can get you from point A to B with efficiency and comfort. For example, the deal we have for the Volkswagen Up. This four-seat car has enough space for a small amount of luggage, but you'll save on gas with the extremely efficient engine and our full to full policy means that you'll receive the car with a full tank of gas and won't have to pay a cent as long as you return it the same way.

If you have a few extra bags or passengers, consider one of our large SUV, people carrier or minibus rentals. These vehicles are fantastic for families, making long road trips a lot more comfortable and with enough space for children and luggage. The Nissan Juke has great reviews and our unlimited mileage policy means you can take long road trips at no extra cost.

Probably the best way to cruise around Portugal is in style. Our premium and luxury category has a wide selection of cars like the Mercedes C Class or BMW 5 series. Drive down beautiful Portuguese coasts with the powers of German engineering at your fingertips. We compare all of the premium vehicle deals so that hiring a car that's a bit special won't break the bank.

Excess and security deposits

Car hire companies at Lisbon Airport usually hold an excess amount on your credit card. In Portugal, the insurance excess amount is usually between £1,000 - £3,000. This amount is refunded when the car is returned without damage. It's important to note, if you don't insure the excess amount it could be at risk if there are any issues with the car.

We offer insurance options that can significantly reduce the security deposit and excess, in many cases to zero. Take a look at our Essential and Premium cover options on the extras page of the website for more details.

Car rental terminology

Third party liability cover

Car hire at Lisbon on this website always includes this.

Third party liability insurance provides protection in case you cause an accident. If you do, it could kill or injure others (for instance your passengers, pedestrians or people in other vehicles), or damage property (their vehicle, house or possessions, for example). Since they need to be protected, you could be responsible any claim, or treating injuries or covering loss of earnings, as well as any legal fees and any court costs.

Third party liability is subject to an excess, this means you'll have to pay the first part of any claim (usually between £750 to £3,000, varying dependent on the car, the country and the deal). When you insure the excess , you'll be refunded for any or all of the excess you have to pay. If you decide to take out Premium Cover, the excess is often reduced .

Collision damage waiver (CDW)

CDW is always included with all hire cars at Lisbon. It insures the car for damage in a similar way the insurance you usually have on your own car does. It includes an excess which you can choose to insure separately (See Excess reimbursement insurance). Stress Free Car Rental also include cars on the site that include CDW with no excess amount

Excess reimbursement insurance

Buying this policy ensures you'll be refunded for the excess that's held on your credit card by the rental car company when you drop off the car.

Excess insurance also usually covers other possible costs, such as towing, cleaning or admin fees, or misfuelling costs.

Lisbon Airport Information

Humberto Delgado Airport, also known as Lisbon Airport or Lisbon Portela Airport is the international entrance into Portugal. Almost all international non-EU flights come through Terminal 1 of LIS. The airport has been in operation since the 15th of October, 1942, during World War 2. Interestingly enough, it was a neutral airport which meant it was open to both German and English aircraft. Humberto Delgado, the namesake of the airport, was a Portuguese general who was assassinated by the fascist regime in the mid-1960s.

The airport services 52 different countries on 273 different routes. It is relatively large and is the 20th largest airport in Europe. Throughout the year, over 26 million passengers and 180,000 planes fly through this hub. It is an important European stop for Brazil and is the largest European Star Alliance Hub to South America. Lisbon Airport is also unique because it is one of the few airports you can find inside a city; only 4.3 miles north of Lisbon's city centre. The great news is that Lisbon Portella also has a good reputation in terms of cancellations and late flights. 44% of their flights arrive on time as of March 2020.

Most flights that go into Lisbon do it via the Atlantic, and it creates a beautiful image as you roll in over its shores to catch a glimpse of the city of Lisbon before hitting the runway. The high ceilings and modern design make the interior of the airport feel like a trip into the future of air transportation. There are two terminals. Terminal one is where all international flights land and terminal two was built to cut down passenger volume and only handles departures. Like most airports, Lisbon offers several restaurants, kiosks, duty-free stores (where you should really consider buying some wine), ATMs and free wifi. The airport would like to expand, but its urban location can make expansion efforts slow. While some new areas are being built, the advantage of the Urban location is that you can leave the airport and quickly be enjoying the city outside its walls. The airport is accessed via an entrance on Avenue Berlim, where you will see signs on how to reach each terminal. The airport has five parking options. P1 (Premium) and P2 (Executive) are inside parking garages and intended for short and long term parking. P3 (Low-cost Plus), P5 (Low Cost), and P6 (Classic) are in open-air parking lots and are cheaper options for long-term parking. The prices can range from €15 - €43 a day depending on the lot you choose.

The high price season for Lisbon is in August, September, and December with price averages above €200. The cheapest tickets can be found in January at about €140 average. This area of Portugal has very mild temperatures year-round, 16 - 28℃ in the Summer and 9 - 15℃ in the Winter, so the season of travel is really up to you. Just keep in mind the type of activities you'd like to do may be affected by the weather. In terms of rental cars, January is also the best time. An economy class car starts at about €20 per day; 47% cheaper than the yearly average. November and December are the most expensive months to rent a car at over €50 a day.

Three of the closest Hotels to Lisbon Airport are TRYP Lisboa Aeroporto, Hotel Star inn Lisboa Aeroporto, and Lisbon Hostel Terminal 3. All of them have a high four-star rating on google and are reasonably priced; good places to stay if you have only a short time in Lisbon. When travelling from the Airport to the city, the best method is undoubtedly a rental car. The ride is a little over twenty minutes and an excellent way to see some of the towns before reaching your hotel or any other destination. However, there is also a bus, metro, and taxi to choose from. If you decide to go into the city before renting a car, there are locations for rental in the downtown area and also Oriente Train Station.

Airport car hire company information

Company Office Location Credit/Debit Card Information Cross-Border Policy
Alamo In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit Cards accepted.
All Major Providers.
"Green Card:"
Allows access to any European Country.
Ferry Travel not permitted.
Centauro Exit baggage claim into the arrival hall and go to the right. A representative will be waiting for you by the Vodafone Booth. They will escort you to a shuttle which will take you to the offices. Both Credit and Debit accepted.
Only Visa & Mastercard.
"Crossborder Roadside Assistance:"
Grants access to Spain, Andorra, and France.
Ferry Travel not Permitted.
Guerin In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit accepted.
All major providers.
Debit or Cash can be paid for Final Bill.
"Crossborder Product:"
Allows driving to all western European countries. No Eastern European countries except Slovenia & Slovakia
Purchased at the checkout desk.
Goldcar In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Both Credit and Debit Accepted.
Only Visa & Mastercard/Maestro .
Additional cover purchased at check out desk.
Some regions of Spain (Andalucia only)
Ok Rent a Car In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Terminal 1: Leave Baggage Claim, pass customs, and turn to the right. Exit out of Door N4 and you will see a bus stop (Aerobus 1 to Center City). Go there and the courtesy bus will pick you up and take you to the offices.
Terminal 2: Take free Aerobus to Terminal 1 and follow the steps above.
Only Credit Cards Accepted.
Only Visa & Mastercard
Enterprise In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit Cards accepted.
All Major Providers.
"Green Card:"
Allows access to any European Country.
Ferry Travel not permitted.
National In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit Cards accepted.
All Major Providers.
"Green Card:"
Allows access to any European Country.
Ferry Travel not permitted.
Thrifty In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Both Credit and Debit Accepted.
Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
"Cross Border Extra" allows travel to most of mainland Europe
Hertz In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Both Credit and Debit Accepted.
Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
"Cross Border Extra" allows travel to most of mainland Europe
Europcar In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit Cards accepted.
All Major Providers.
Travel Permitted to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
Additional cover for cross-border trips will be negotiated at the checkout desk
Keddy by Europcar In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Only Credit Cards accepted.
All Major Providers.
Travel Permitted to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
Additional cover for cross-border trips will be negotiated at the checkout desk
FireFly In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Both Credit and Debit Card are accepted.
Credit: Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.
FireFly accepts all debit cards except those that are only for electronic use.
Possible to travel cross borders for a small additional fee.
TurisPrime Exit the baggage claim area and turn right in the arrivals hall. You will see a TurisPrime meeting point sign where a representative will take you to a shuttle bus. The journey from the airport to the offices is about five minutes. Both Credit and Debit Card are accepted.
Visa, Mastercard, and American Express only.
Travel to Spain is permitted if you notify them at least 48 hours before collection.
Ferry Travel not permitted.
Dollar In terminal 1, follow signs after passport control. Both Credit and Debit Accepted.
Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
"Cross Border Extra" allows travel to most of mainland Europe

Airlines operating from Lisbon Airport

Over 50 different airlines operate out of Lisbon Airport. Some of the most popular are: Emirates, Iberia, LATAM Brazil, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, and United Airlines. Depending on the country you are coming from, it is possible that one of these Airlines will be the one you take into LIS. Direct flights from the U.S. are offered by United, Delta, and American airlines. British Airways also has direct options from Heathrow and Luton. There are a number of intercontinental options from LIS. Direct flights can be made to New York (JFK) year-round with United, and there are also seasonal options to Boston, Newark, Philadelphia, and Washington.

TAP Portugal is the primary airline of Portugal and offers flights all over Europe, Africa, and the Americas. TAP is a member of the star alliance and operates roughly 2,500 flights a week to over 90 different locations. It is the most diverse airline in the airport in terms of destinations to and from LIS. It offers flights to over 50 different cities year-round. It is the best connection between LIS and the United States, with cities like Miami, Chicago, and San Francisco relying on it as their only connection to Portugal. There is also the option to take domestic flights to other Portuguese airports like Faro and Porto, or some of the smaller islands of Portugal like Terceira Island and Ponta Delgada using Azores Airlines, TAP, TAP Express, or Ryanair.

Low-cost airlines like EasyJet, Ryanair, Transavia, and WIZZ Air operate out of Terminal 2. These airlines are great for inter-Europe travel, and also could be the airline of your connecting flight if you got a good deal on your plane tickets. Sometimes international flight booking websites will incorporate one of these airlines into a multiple-stop flight to cut on costs as they are sometimes less than half the price of regular airlines. However, it is essential to be careful because baggage policies for low-cost airlines differ dramatically from the norm. Be sure to do some research into baggage costs and options if you see one of them on your itinerary.

Popular flight destinations from Lisbon

The busiest route from Lisbon is to Amsterdam with 103 flights per month. A lot of international connecting flights travel through Amsterdam if they don't have a direct link to Lisbon. Next are Ponta Delgada, Paris, and Frankfurt each with 50+ flights every month. Each of these destinations also sends almost one million passengers every year to Lisbon, so if you are travelling from one of these locations prepare for a full flight! In terms of the number of flights available, France and Spain have the most, each with 33 different routes, while Paris and London are the cities with the most options with eight routes each.

For the Americas, the country with the most routes is Brazil with 14, but you can also find plenty of flights to the U.S. (10 routes), and other places in Central and South America like Mexico (1 route) and Venezuela (2 routes).

In Africa, most routes go to Morocco with 8, but Cape Verde (a former Portuguese island colony) and Angola also have a good amount of flights with 6 and 2 routes respectively. Lisbon airport has few direct flights to Asia, but South Korea has one and China does as well with seasonal flights to Xi'an (XIY) through Beijing Capital Airlines. TAP Portugal offers flights to European countries and most of these locations, as well as airlines from their respective countries.

Nearby Towns to Lisbon Airport

Lisbon: Why not take a look around the outstanding city? The famous streets full of activity and wonder are only rivalled by the city's historic allure. Take your car across 25 de Abril Bridge and enjoy the scenic Lisbon riverfront as you go. Drive your rental car through the winding ancient streets and past castles and 15th-century churches. It takes about 20 minutes to reach the centre of the city by car and is the fastest way to get there. Your Rental car will give you the freedom to explore the city at your own pace and skip the fatigue of public transportation.

Sintra: This picturesque town is only 22 minutes from Lisbon Airport and features four of the prettiest castles in all of Europe. If you google Pena Palace, you'll know what we're talking about. The other three castles, Quinta da Regaleira, Monserrate, and Seteais, also have fantastic visual appeal with their unique architecture and rich histories. The vibrant colours, intricate ornamentation, and historical relevance of these palaces were enough to have Sintra labelled a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Palaces are located at different locations throughout the Parque Natural de Sintra-Cascais and are a few kilometres apart from one another. Having a rental car in Sintra is a great advantage if you want to skip the tour group and see all the palaces in a timely fashion.

Setubal: Want to experience a beautiful miniature peninsula in the Atlantic ocean? Setubal is only thirty minutes from Lisbon Airport and has some of the best seafood and ocean views in the region. Eat some Chocos Fritos (fried squid with lemon) and then take a day trip into Arrabida National Park. The park stretches 30 km down the coast and has several public beaches and hiking trails. There is also a great ferry you can take to the Troia bay, a scenic area with white sand beaches and an island feel. The drive to Troia is an hour and a half long, but it is also a destination recommended by locals as one of the best day trips in the Lisbon area. Take one of our larger rentals to make sure you're comfortable as you drive past jaw-dropping cliffs and beaches.

Cascais: There is a famous town with beaches and casinos 30 minutes from Lisbon Portela Airport. Need we say more? Cascais is known for its spectacular views and sandy shores at Praia da Rainha, Praia da Conceição, and Praia da Duquesa. The three beaches are located in the southern part of the city and, along with dozens of local restaurants, make up a legendary beachfront for relaxation and fine dining. Casino Estoril, near Praia do Tamariz, was the basis for the James bond film Casino Royale. Take a visit there and play some games if you're feeling lucky. This is the optimal location for a beach day trip with your rental car if you want to go from the airport to seaside in a hurry. Grab your flip flops and an umbrella and take in the rays after a long flight.

Troia: is another peninsula located south of Setubal and accessible from there by ferry. The beaches here between the bays make it almost look like a tropical environment, and while it may be a little far from Lisbon at over an hour away, it is definitely worth it if you want to see one of the prettier beaches in the area.

Costa da Caparica: Just across the Tagus River lies a great little beach town with about 24 km of sandy Atlantic coast. This fishing village is only 23 minutes from the Lisbon Airport via 25 de Abril Bridge. Come here with your family to watch the strong waves at Praia Morena or do some body surfing at Praia da Sereia. Then take your rental car to Borda d'Água, a famous local restaurant with authentic Portuguese cuisine that is open late and has a good view of the sunset. Costa da Caparica is good for a beach day trip, or even a weekend, the area has a lot of hiking trails and positively reviewed resorts and hotels like TRYP Lisboa and Residencial Mar e Sol.

Driving and Parking in Lisbon

Driving is a great way to get around Lisbon because it allows you the freedom of choice. If one day you want to spend your time at the beach, but the next you want to venture outside the city to check the countryside, having a car (and insurance) gives you the opportunity to do both without having to google bus or train schedules. Here are the things you need to know about driving and parking in the Lisbon area:

First, the parking price depends on location. Parking in Lisbon's centre can be pricey, ranging from 30-45 € per day or 2.5€ per hour. The best way to park your rental car on the cheap is to find a location outside of the city or in a residential area. The parking here is much cheaper and can even be free if you find the right space. However, there are also places within the city that offer competitive pricing. It is possible to find some that are only 3€ per day or less like the 2.6€ spaces at Campo Grande near the University of Lisbon. Other places that are more central are Chile Square and Arroios Station, which offer spots at 7€ a day. Most of the villages and smaller towns in the Lisbon area offer much cheaper prices. The parking there averages at about 1€ an hour in the central areas or free if you find a good place.

Secondly, Lisbon has a bit of a bad reputation in terms of driving difficulty. The streets can get very narrow at times and vague street signs make them hard to distinguish. Also, Portuguese drivers are not known for their understanding demeanour. GPS can help you navigate without the street signs, but the freedom mentioned earlier is reason enough to brave the beautiful cobblestone streets behind the wheel. Public transportation is almost always crowded and slower than in other cities. When travelling long distances, it's difficult to cut through the hustle and bustle to enjoy the views of the city around you (especially when you're underground). Another thing to keep in mind is that it's much easier to rent a manual car than an automatic. It might be worth it to take a few lessons on driving stick if you're going to be navigating the city and your priority is to save money.

Finally, some things you need to know about driving in Lisbon and Portugal. The National speed limit for all of Portugal is 90 km/h. When driving in cities and residential areas it is 50 km/hr and on freeways and expressways 120 km/h. If you are travelling long distances, be aware of the tolls on highways. Depending on the distance, these can reach up to 20-30 € one way. It's good to know that driving outside of the city is definitely worth it. The Portuguese countryside is known for its rustic rolling hills and cascading coasts, it would truly be a shame to explore it in a train or bus where you can't make pit stops in all of the pocket-sized brightly painted towns along the way. Driving is the best way to get a full mental picture of this beautiful country.

About Lisbon

By day Lisbon has a naive theatrical quality that enchants and captivates, but by night it is a fairy-tale city, descending over lighted terraces to the sea, like a woman in festive garments going down to meet her dark lover. – Erich Maria Remarquethe demands of the rising number of travellers seeking to fly to the Algarve.

Lisbon is known as the second oldest city in Europe. People have been living there and calling it by different names since 1200 B.C. It was initially inhabited by Celtic speaking tribes but was also an important port for the Phoenecian Empire. Eventually, it became a part of the Roman Empire in the second century A.D. and was named "Olissipo." After a period the Moorish Empire invaded in 800 A.D. and left a lasting mark of Islamic culture on the city and its image. Portugal established itself as a nation in 1143 and made Lisbon its capital in 1255. Portugal was a famous naval empire with territories in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The most famous colony of Portugal was the colony of Brazil, which was first discovered by Pedro Álvares Cabral who set sail from Lisbon in 1499. Lisbon was the heart of an Empire, where ships were built and sent to sea. It has a rich naval heritage which can be seen in present-day all over the city with its many ports and nautical decorations. It's also important to know that in 1755 a massive earthquake hit Lisbon and destroyed most of the city, leading to large-scale reconstruction. Fortunately, most of the original design was impressively recreated.

The city itself is located at the mouth of the Tagus river where it meets the Atlantic ocean. It is the westernmost city in continental Europe. It is a city of a little over 500,000 people and is roughly 100 km2. As mentioned in the quote above, the city begins a few kilometres north of the river. It then cascades down into it, ending in a metropolitan area along the Tagus' banks. The larger area around Lisbon, known as Greater Lisbon, contains several municipalities on the north bank of the Tagus and when expanded to the Lisbon Metropolitan area includes the Setúbal Peninsula to the south.

Lisbon is divided into nine neighbourhoods: Alcântara, Alfama, Mouraria, Bairro Alto, Baixa, Beato, Belém, Chiado, and Parque das Nações. Alcântara and Baixa make up the best-known parts of the city centre along the Tagus River. Alcantra was initially a residential area, but transformed into a place for flourishing nightclubs and bars due to its distance from other residences and riverside location. It is known as the 'Dockas' to locals. The Baixa is the historical heart of the city where you can see the famously accurate reconstruction of the old buildings after the earthquake of 1755, for more historical sites, visit the neighbourhoods of Alfama and Belem. Alfama is the oldest neighbourhood, mostly surviving the earthquake and consequently an excellent place to see authentic ancient architecture. Belem is the famous port where the majority of Portuguese exploration era voyages launched from. The famous ship of Vasco De Gama left from here for India in 1497, for lesser-known fun spots try Barrio Alto and Beato. Barrio Alto is known for its' appeal to the hipster, hip hop, gay, emo, punk, and metal communities and is a favourite spot among the locals for drinking and partying. Beato is mostly an industrial and manufacturing district, but has begun to gain momentum in recent years with the addition of several galleries, unique bars, and gourmet restaurants. The final three areas make up primarily residential and shopping districts. Mouraria or "Moorish Quarter" is a primarily Muslim neighbourhood that represents the remainders of the Moorish invasion from the 8th century. Chicado is an excellent place to experience some local shopping and find some helpful books, clothing, or pottery to take home with you. Parque das Nações is the newest neighbourhood in the city and looks that way with very modern architecture.

The way to get to Lisbon is simple as it is home to a major international airport. Direct flights are available from London, Paris, The United States, and several other major cities. When travelling from other countries by car, or if you started in one part of Portugal and are now driving to Lisbon, it is accessible from just about every major highway in the country. However, the best way to get here is to fly into Humberto Delgado airport as it is located inside the city itself. The airport is known as the main international gateway to Portugal and is only 30-40 minutes from the city centre by public transport or 20 minutes by car. The airport is home to Portugal's own airline TAP air Portugal in addition to being a hub for low-cost airlines like Ryanair and Easyjet. It is an important European hub to both South America and Africa. The airport has two terminals, and last year it serviced over 31 million people.

Lisbon is also a city full of interesting facts. It holds the 2018 award for "World's Leading City Destination," the 2019 "Smart 50 award" for its intelligent management platform, and the 2020 "Green Capital" award. It is home to the longest bridge in Europe; the Vasco da Gama Bridge at 17.7 km (11 miles) long. The football-loving city is home to 214 professional clubs the most popular Sporting C.P. and S.L. Benfica, the latter having a fan club estimated at over 14 million supporters. It is also considered one of Europe's graffiti capitals with its' pretty and prevalent street art which you can find on almost any accessible wall in the city. What an interesting place!

How to Rent a Car in Lisbon with Unlimited Mileage

Our website offers both unlimited and limited mileage rental.

Limited mileage rentals in Lisbon can often be cheaper than unlimited. When considering limited mileage rentals, the mileage limit will always be clearly displayed. If you choose a rental including limited mileage, you'll be charged a per mile additional fee if you go above the daily mileage allowance. The total mileage allowance for the rental duration is calculated as (the number of rental days X the daily mileage allowance). You do not have to stay within the daily limit on every day, as long as the total miles used during the rental doesn't go over the number of days multiplied by the daily allowance.

When you opt for a limited mileage car hire, it's receommended to check the fees for excess mileage. You'll find these in our T&Cs section.

How to Hire a Car in Lisbon with a Low Security Deposit

At the collection desk, you will usually be required to leave a security deposit on your credit card or debit card. Deposits can vary significantly subject to the make and model of the car and the excess . Car rental Security deposits in Lisbon can vary between £50 and £2,000.

When you reserve a rental in Lisbon with Premium Cover included, you can reduce your deposit to cover only the cost of a full tank of fuel (usually less than £100), this is fully refunded when the vehicle is dropped off with a full tank.

Renting a Car in Lisbon with One Way Fees included

Most of the car providers we work with in Lisbon allow you to collect your car in Lisbon and drop off the vehicle at a different location. If you've chosen a different drop off location for the rental, the prices you'll see on our website already include any extra fees for this. You can also find a breakdown of all additional charges on the payment page.

How to Rent a Car in Lisbon without an Excess

The rental car will be covered for theft and accidents included in the rental fee you'll see our website. This cover is also known as Collision Damage Waiver (CDW).

Although all of our rentals in Lisbon come with CDW in the price displayed, there is usually an insurance excess, this excess is held on your credit card when you collect the car. The excess is the amount you would be required to pay if the car is written off, severely damaged or stolen. However, the excess amount on rental cars can be high. It's often between £850 to £2,200, depending on the car, the country and the deal. If the car is returned damaged, or it's stolen or written off, you will be required to pay up to the total amount of the excess.

When you pick up the hire car, the insurance excess is held on your card as a 'pre authorised' transaction. This means that the amount isn't taken from your credit card as a regular payment, it's held as a pending payment until you return the car. You won't usually pay currency charges on credit cards for pre authorised transactions. As long as the vehicle is dropped off in the same condition as when you collected it, this excess amount is fully refunded to your credit card without anything further to pay.

If you plan to pay by debit card, the excess will be taken from your account and fully refunded when the car is returned. If you plan to use a debit card on collection, as the excess is often very high, we recommend to either buy Premium Cover on our website or to pay for top up cover at the collection desk.

To view car hire options in Lisbon with a £0 or reduced excess take a look at our Premium Cover rental options.

Renting a Car in Lisbon with Cross Border Fees Included

If you'd like to collect your car hire in Lisbon and take it over the border into a different country, be sure to check the terms and conditions. Many car hire brands insist that you let them know when you collect the car; and will charge extra fees to top up your insurance. If you fail to do so, you might find that your rental will not be insured if you take the rental into a different country.

You'll find the details of cross border policies by clicking Rental terms and checking the Cross Border Rules section.

If you cant find the cross border terms and conditions please get in touch with our car rental advisors and they'll be happy to help.

Hiring a Car in Lisbon with Child Seats or booster seats

You can use your own child seats and booster seats for your car rental, provided that they meet the legal safety requirements for use in Lisbon.

You'll be offered the option to include them with your rental when you make a booking on our website. Child seats and booster seats are paid for in the local currency when picking up the car.

How to Rent a Car in Lisbon with No Cancellation Fee

All of the car rentals we offer in Lisbon include a free cancellation policy. This means that you're able to cancel the car hire and receive a refund anytime until 48 hours before picking up the vehicle.

When you purchase our Essential Cover product to insure the car rental excess, you can cancel this and receive a full refund anytime up until the rental start time( as printed on your rental confirmation email).

We process all refunds in less than 24 hours. If you decide to cancel the booking, this means that the refund will be in your bank account within 7 days.

Trusted car rental brands we work with in Lisbon Portugal

LISBON RUA CASTILHO

Address
RUA CASTILHO, 72
LISBON
1250

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
RUA SALGUEIRO MAIA, LOJA 17B
ALMADA
2805-234

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN

Address
LISBON DOWNTOWN
LISBON
1250-068

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
RUA SALGUEIRO MAIA, LOJA 17B
ALMADA
2805-234

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN

Address
LISBON DOWNTOWN
LISBON
1250-068

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
RUA SALGUEIRO MAIA, LOJA 17B
ALMADA
2805-234

Opening hours

LISBON SANTA APOLONIA RAILWAY

Address
AV.INFANTE D.HENRIQUE
LISBON
1149-066

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

Address
R.RODRIGUES SAMPAIO,142/150
LISBON
1150-006

Opening hours

LISBON AV. ANTONIO AUGUSTO

Address
AV.ANTONIO AUGUSTO AGUIAR,24 C/D
LISBON
1050-016

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN EL CORTE INGLES

Address
AV.ANTONIO AUGUSTO AGUIAR,31-1
LISBON
1069-416

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN-ALAMEDA

Address
ALAM.D.AFONSO HENRIQUES
PQ.EMPARK
LISBON
1000-125

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
R.SALGUEIRO MAIA,9 LJ.G
ALMADA
2805-234

Opening hours

LISBON SANTA APOLONIA RAILWAY

Address
AV.INFANTE D.HENRIQUE
LISBON
1149-066

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

Address
R.RODRIGUES SAMPAIO,142/150
LISBON
1150-006

Opening hours

LISBON AV. ANTONIO AUGUSTO

Address
AV.ANTONIO AUGUSTO AGUIAR,24 C/D
LISBON
1050-016

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN EL CORTE INGLES

Address
AV.ANTONIO AUGUSTO AGUIAR,31-1
LISBON
1069-416

Opening hours

LISBON DOWNTOWN-ALAMEDA

Address
ALAM.D.AFONSO HENRIQUES
PQ.EMPARK
LISBON
1000-125

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
R.SALGUEIRO MAIA,9 LJ.G
ALMADA
2805-234

Opening hours

LISBON CITY

Address
AV ALVARES CABRAL NO 45 B
LISBON
1269-141

Opening hours

ALMADA

Address
RUA SALGUEIRO MAIA
CAPITAO DE ABRIL LOJA 13 B
ALMADA
2805-323

Opening hours

Map of Lisbon nearby car rental locations

Road Trips from Lisbon

Since you will have the convenience of your hire car during your trip to Lisbon, why not take some fantastic road trips? All of the suggestions below are spectacular and unique locations you can travel to in one or two days (depending on how much you want to stop), stay as long as you want, and return to Lisbon in a timely fashion.

Porto

In the northern part of Portugal, tucked beneath the Douro valley is a hidden gem of culture, cuisine, and character. The city straddles the north side of the Douro river and climbs up its banks into an intricate and beautiful little city. Anyone who has extra time in Lisbon and wants to see more of the country should certainly venture up to Porto to sit by the river, walk along the famous Don Luis bridge and eat a Francesigna; the famous sandwich containing six different types of meat, smothered in cheese and beer tomato sauce. This quaint town of 214,000 is quickly becoming one of the favourite tourism destinations for travellers of Europe because of its cheap pricing, exciting nightlife, and breathtaking views in and around the city. Some great locations to visit within the city are the Casa de Musica, Ribeira (the area by the river), Jardim do Morro (an excellent viewpoint for the sunset), and the cathedral Sé do Porto. Across the river is the city of Gaia, also a great place for food and to drink the famous Port wine taken directly from the barrel. If you venture down the river towards the Atlantic, there is also the city of Matosinhos and the City Park a unique park that begins with inland river terrain and ends with a beach. Places you can stop on your way to Porto are:

  • Ericeira: This will probably be the first beach town that crosses your path on the journey up the coast. Although it is only forty minutes from Lisbon, it is recommended to stop here and at least take some pictures or get something to eat. The town is an excellent characterization of Portuguese beaches. Its main beach, Praia do Pescadores, with its golden sandstone sand fixed between two sheer and jagged cliffs will make your heart race when looking at it from above and then relax again as you bask in the sun on its shores.
  • Peniche: Another cliffside town on the Atlantic, Peniche is a great place to stop for a few hours and take pictures of the Old Portuguese forts in the area along with the dramatic views on the edge of the town where the cliffs meet the sea. However, if you have time, the true allure of this place is the Berlengas Archipelago. A 20€ ferry will take you there round trip and bring you to an island paradise full of shimmering cliff inlet beaches, sea cave kayaking, otherworldly island landscapes, and historic Portuguese forts; including Fort of São João Baptista, a 17th-century construction built hundreds of meters from the shore of the island and connected by a narrow stone bridge.
  • Nazare: Drive up to this popular sea resort town on the Silver Coast to catch a glimpse of the largest waves ever recorded. These Behemoths can stretch up to 100 feet tall and make this into a famous and deadly spot from surfers. Take your car out to the famous lighthouse that sits on a cliff high above the surf and watch as the giant rushes of water crash harmlessly at your feet.
  • Coimbra: While it isn't on the coast, this is a great place to make the last stop on your journey to Porto. Coimbra is a magnificent little Portuguese university town and the university there is one of the oldest in Europe. If you weren't aware Fado is the national music of Portugal, the smooth melodies and gentle guitar strum are always a delight, so head over to Fado ao Centro to catch a concert! Since this destination is well known by tourists, everything is sure to be cheap, so this is a great place to get a big dinner and even a night in a hotel so that you can enjoy Porto for longer the following day.

Lagos

If Portugal had a dollar bill for every beach and seacliff on Costa Vicentina they would have enough money to become the strongest economy in Europe. So take a ride down this fabulous path to none other than the former capital of the Algarve region; Lagos. On the route there you will get enough ocean views of sand swept cliffs to last a lifetime. Your rental car will hold a special place in your heart as the vehicle that took you through this amazing place. Like most of the cities in the south of Portugal, Lagos is over 2000 years old and has several beaches in the area. Dona Ana beach is close to the city centre and a great place to enjoy the ocean after a leisurely walk from your hotel. Camilo Beach is smaller than Dona Ana, but is also a great beach cut between two cliffs. Access is through a long wooden staircase that straddles some interesting rock formations. Porto do Mos beach is also great if you want to get out of the city. It is 3 km from the city centre and is much quieter. Overall, Lagos is an excellent place for families to enjoy. The charming beach atmosphere makes for a universal destination that can provide genuine relaxation and amazement at the same time. Here are some great places to stop along the way:

  • Setubal: We already mentioned Setubal before. But, this is still an awesome first stop for your road trip. It is very close to Lisbon (just across the river), so take either the 25th of April bridge or Vasco de Gama bridge. Both are very interesting, the 25th of April was named for the day the famous revolution of 1974 happened and Portugal got its freedom and Vasco de Gama is the longest bridge in Europe at 17km. The real reason you need to visit Setubal is for the food. Fresh seafood comes in daily and prepared by experienced Portuguese chefs. We recommend the Chocos Fritos, pieces of fried squid with lemon.
  • Costa Vicentina: Highway N-120 travels along the outer edge of Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina and is the perfect road for you to take and stop at any beach destination clearly labelled on the exit signs. Places like Praia do Malhão, Praia de Almograve, and Porto das Barcas will not disappoint. The park is famous for its… you guessed it! Cliffs and beaches. But, in all honesty, the pictures you take here will make even the most well-travelled person jealous.
  • Odeceixe: White, blue, and red roof colour-coordinated houses decorate the main parts of the town like formal clothing on the steep hills the city is built on. The beach, just a five-minute drive from the town, is also the mouth of a small local stream, and has many hidden beaches in the nearby cliffs. The cafe near the first beach is an excellent place to order a draft beer or "imperial" and watch the sun be devoured by the ocean.

Have any questions about Lisbon Portugal?

What's the cheapest car rental price in Lisbon Portugal?

The cheapest price for a week in Lisbon Portugal for November is GBP75.70 with car hire company Keddy by Europcar. We monitor prices from all of the leading car rental companies. Order your search results by price to find the best deal

What is the average cost in Lisbon?

An example average cost for 5 days in Lisbon for November is GBP323.60 for a lead driver aged 35

What's the cheapest fuel policy for car hire in Lisbon Portugal?

All of our rentals in Lisbon Portugal include a full to full fuel policy. You'll collect the car with a full tank of fuel and be asked to leave a small deposit for fuel when you collect the car. The deposit is refunded when you return the car with a full tank.

What do I need when I collect the car in Lisbon Portugal?

To collect your car the lead driver should present a Valid driver's license, Passport or National Identity Card, Credit or debit card in the lead driver's name, Home and local (hotel, villa etc) address and a Booking confirmation email. Any other requirements at collection will be clearly explained in your booking confirmation email.

Are there any hidden charges in your prices for car rental in Portugal?

We work hard to make sure that our prices on our website for your car rental include all costs. Including anything you need to pay when you collect the car in Portugal

Things to do in Lisbon

Now that you've landed in Lisbon and are ready to move, what should you do? Certainly, there are plenty of things to see, but what kind of activities do they have? Lisbon is a city full of events, but We have provided a list of some of the best things to do in Lisbon on any given day below:

Walking Tours:, Walking is an excellent way to see the city up close. There are a number of different tours you can take, from three hours to a whole day experience that includes meals and a local guide. The prices are pretty inexpensive when splitting with a group, and all the guides are very knowledgeable, so you'll know the context of the beauty you are witnessing. Plus, the number of sites to see in Lisbon can be somewhat overwhelming, this is a good way to add some order to the chaos and make sure you don't miss anything important during your stay.

2-hour Sunset Cruise on the Tagus: This is a great way to see the city from a different perspective. While the city is beautiful from the inside, the view from the river gives you an outside look that is unparalleled. The boat moves calmly through the city so the two-hour ride can be very relaxing. The route takes you by famous landmarks like 25 de Abril Bridge and Belém tower. As you gently float down, take in the historic buildings and city life around you. Drink a glass of something special and pose for pictures in the painted sunset's perfect lighting.

Electric Bike/Scooter: If you are looking for a faster way around then walking, or just don't want to look for multiple parking spaces, then electric bikes and scooters are a great solution. They can be found in most cities, but the vehicles are straightforward to ride and can be found in locations all over the city. The electric motor is a major bonus because Lisbon has a lot of hills which can make walking or riding a traditional bike somewhat tricky.

Go to a Football Match: Football is an important sport to Portuguese culture. The stadiums are always full of roaring fans screaming for their favourite athletes which makes the experience memorable even to the mildest of sports fans. The city is home to two stadiums: José Alvalade Stadium and Estádio Sport Lisboa e Benfica. The latter is home to Benfica, a club with a thriving fanbase and the most popular in Portugal. Christiano Rinaldo is the most famous athlete in the world and his original club, Sporting CP, has a historic José Alvalade Stadium in the city which fits over 50,000 people.

Oceanario de Lisboa: This enormous aquarium is a great place to bring your children! It has more than 16,000 individual animals from 450 different species. The central tank is surrounded by four separate tanks each meant to represent one of the world's ocean biomes. The aquarium was opened in 1998 for the century's last world's fair and has said its mission is to spread knowledge about conservation of the world's oceans and their wildlife.

Dolphin and Bird Watching: For dolphin lovers out there, this is a great way to catch an impressive view of the majestic creatures. A speed boat leaves from one of Lisbon ports and takes you past some historical sites near the Tagus river. Help your ship's captain locate the dolphins using advanced scientific methods, then snap a picture with the smiling porpoises. Another boat tour will take you along the Tagus estuary to the nature reserve there. Here you can get some up-close looks at the local bird species.

Food Tour/Cuisine: One thing you definitely don't want to miss in Lisbon is all the delicious dishes they have. Foods like Polvo à Lagareiro, Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato, Frango no Churrasco, Caracois, Sardinhas, and Bifanas are all must-eat items when visiting the city and it can be challenging to find all of them. We will recommend some specific restaurants later, but one great way to make sure you hit all the key spots is to take a food tour. The tours aren't too expensive and can be a great way to taste local cuisine from the perspective of a local, as opposed to just going to the place with the highest rating on the internet.

Things to See in Lisbon

There are so many things to see in Lisbon that it is difficult to fit them all in one list! However, we did our best to put together ten things that we consider essential sites.

Praça Martim Moniz: Near the neighbourhood of Mouraria, this park is a favourite among locals because it is one of the most multicultural areas in Lisbon. Mouraria is known for its Muslim population, but you can also find a large concentration of Chinese and Indians here as well. The Park has an excellent view of the castle, and when the fusion markets take place here, you can expect to see D.J.s, concerts, workshops, and even debates.

Basilica da Estrela: This twin bell tower basilica has a reputation as one of the most beautiful buildings in all of Lisbon. It was built to fulfil a vow to god made by Queen Maria I after the birth of her son and heir. The vast black and pink marble interior will leave your mouth hanging open as you take in the Catholic ornamentals and imagery. It is also possible to travel up into the dome at the back of the building for fantastic views of the city.

Sé de Lisboa: Miraculously surviving the earthquake of 1755, this cathedral dates back to the 12th century. Inside the cathedral, you can visit the cloister and even Arabic, Roman and Medieval ruins. Upon entering the cathedral you might be overwhelmed by the impressive gothic vaults and pillars, but walk to the back to take a closer look at the shrine and decorated ceiling. Entrance into the cathedral is free, but you will have to pay 2.50€ to get into the cloister.

Castelo de S. Jorge: The ruined barricades of Lisbon's oldest castle now provides an excellent vantage point for tourists to come and get an aerial view of the city. At the top of a 110m tall hill in the Alfama district, the castle sits and reminds travellers of the city's war-torn history. In the northwestern corner of the complex, you can find the original castle, with battlements and ten watchtowers. During attacks on the fortress, this was the last defence, because it is the highest point in the structure. The stairs that lead to here are fairly steep, but the view is worth it.

Alfama District: Between Castelo de S. Jorge and the Tagus river, the oldest neighbourhood in the city. This district was relatively undamaged during the earthquake of 1755 and still contains a lot of its original buildings and structures. The narrow streets and steep hills make this neighbourhood challenging to navigate, but the historical charm of the area makes it worth it. This is a great place to take a walking tour if you want to learn more about the history of Lisbon, and don't forget to stop in the Fado Museum to learn more about the traditional genre.

Terreiro do Paço: Also known as Praça do Comércio, this massive square is mostly for pedestrians, centring around a statue of King Dom José I on a horse. This open square is known as one of the most beautiful in Lisbon. It is an excellent place to sit and take a rest in between exploring the area. Martinho da Arcada, Lisbon's oldest cafe, is in the Northwest corner of the square and a short distance from that is Arco da Rua Augusta which marks the beginning of Baixa's famous shopping street.

Bairro Alto: Get lost in this fun-filled neighbourhood for an evening of drinking, dancing, and indulgence. With a series of hipster vibed pubs, bars, and small clubs take a jaunt down the strips of nightlife with a glass in hand (one of the few places you can do this legally in Europe) down the narrow streets. For the true party people, sample some of the excellent deals they have on alcohol like half-litre beers for 1€ or two for one cocktails.

Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia: The wave-like shape of this building and location on the river is reason enough to visit the museum. However, the art, architecture, and technology on display in the museum are what makes this place a needed stop on your vacation. The museum has four exhibition spaces that alternate exhibits year-round with topics ranging from creation to technology of the twenty-first century.

Torre de BelemTorre de Belem: This tower near the mouth of the Tagus is probably one of the first images that popped up when you googled Lisbon. The pearly white stone of its facade in contrast with the stark blues of the ocean creates an iconic image for the city to hold as its own. The tower was originally a fort meant to defend against attacks from the sea and can be accessed daily, but try to get there early because another thing the tower is famous for is its long queues.

Map of Lisbon car rental locations

Restaurant Recommendations

Lisbon is full of dining options and some are more expensive than others. For this list of recommendations, we tried to create a combination of reasonable pricing and local authenticity to guarantee travellers of any financial means can enjoy the outstanding cuisine.

O Palmense: This restaurant was recommended by a local for the authenticity of the atmosphere. It is a great place to come and get a local Portuguese dining experience. Located at a football club, the food here is delicious, they have most local specialities on the menu, and the price is unbeatable when compared to the more touristy destinations around the city. This is a great place to eat for someone who wants to eat the way the locals do and protect their wallet while doing it.

Bar Terraço Santa Luzia: On a balcony over the Alfama district, this may be one of the prettiest places to get a drink in Lisbon. From your seat, you can see the city beneath your feet and the Atlantic ocean expanding out into the horizon. The beers and other drinks here are a little bit more expensive but are relatively cheap when you consider what you're getting with the location.

Chapitô: Close to the Lisbon cathedral, you can get a drink here and even watch some entertainment as it has circus-style performances weekly. The food is also traditional Portuguese, and the location makes it the perfect place to take a rest in the evening after a long day of walking around the city.

Portugalia: If you want to try some seafood, this stop is an excellent choice at almost half the price of the other popular seafood restaurants in Lisbon. They have multiple locations throughout the city, but two have oceanfront views in Cais do Sodré and Belém. Portugalia is also known for having one of Lisbon's best steaks.

Carvoaria Jacto: This local restaurant is known as a "Steakhouse of Excellence," and therefore is a great place to go and get a good cut of meat! It is one of the best restaurants in Penha de França, and so it is recommended to get a reservation beforehand. The portions are enormous, so come hungry or plan to share!

Farol Restaurante Cervejaria: Known for its octopus and casual atmosphere, this local restaurant is a great place to go if you are looking for a bite and don't want to end up on the waiting list. It also offers all Portuguese specialities, but we recommend skipping on the bacalhau. Come here for lunch while you're exploring the city as it is conveniently located in Alfama.

Groove Bar: One of many wild bars in the Bairro Alto neighbourhood, Groove Bar is a cool place to go for a drink and get a little crazy on one of Lisbon's biggest party streets. The interior is neon, a design inspired by comic books. On the sound system, you can always find throwback music from the '80s, '90s, and 2000s. You can get a pint of beer for €3 and a fresh caipirinha for just €5 and they have shots for €1.50 of some local alcohol. What's not to like?

Alma: The one expensive restaurant we will recommend on this list is the brainchild of famous Portuguese chef Henrique Sa Pessoa. This Michelin Star awarded eatery is worth every penny as you won't be just eating the best Portuguese cuisine, you may be eating the best meal of your life. The wine list here is a perfect way to explore the different wine regions of Portugal. Our favourite is the vino verde, a type of white wine found only in Portugal with natural light carbonation. When ordering, consider getting the Alentejo pork presa with banana chutney; the unique and delicate blend of flavours speaks to Sa Pessoa's expertise in the kitchen.

Car hire prices at Lisbon

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Hertz availability at LISBON RUA CASTILHO

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
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FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1250
Damage excess: £1250
Theft excess: £1250
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£183.73

FIAT 500

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FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
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£287.57

RENAULT CLIO

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RENAULT CLIO
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Manual
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Damage excess: £1250
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£192.12

PEUGEOT 208

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PEUGEOT 208
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
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£239.39

A1 VW UP

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A1 VW UP
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
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Damage excess: £1250
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£187.93

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Europcar availability at LISBON SANTA APOLONIA RAILWAY

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

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RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
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Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
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Europcar

£104.23

FIAT 500 C ABARTH TURISMO

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FIAT 500 C ABARTH TURISMO
Passengers: 4
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Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
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Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £2247
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£294.62

PEUGEOT 108 5P

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PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
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Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£109.16

RENAULT CLIO 5P

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RENAULT CLIO 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£113.06

OPEL ADAM

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OPEL ADAM
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
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Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£116.95

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Europcar availability at LISBON DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

4-seat Mini
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RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£104.23

PEUGEOT 108 5P

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PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£109.16

OPEL ADAM

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OPEL ADAM
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£116.95

FIAT 500

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FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£126.76

PEUGEOT 208 DIESEL 5P

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PEUGEOT 208 DIESEL 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £1348
Theft excess: £1348
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Europcar

£139.49

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Europcar availability at LISBON AV. ANTONIO AUGUSTO

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

4-seat Mini
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RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£104.23

PEUGEOT 108 5P

4-seat Mini
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PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£109.16

OPEL ADAM

4-seat MiniElite
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OPEL ADAM
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£116.95

FIAT 500

4-seat MiniElite
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FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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Europcar

£126.76

PEUGEOT 208 DIESEL 5P

5-seat Economy
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PEUGEOT 208 DIESEL 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £270
Damage excess: £1348
Theft excess: £1348
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Europcar

£139.49

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Keddy by Europcar availability at LISBON SANTA APOLONIA RAILWAY

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

4-seat Mini
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RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
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£75.70

PEUGEOT 108 5P

4-seat Mini
or similar

PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£78.74

RENAULT CLIO 5P

5-seat Economy
or similar

RENAULT CLIO 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£81.40

CITROEN C4 CACTUS AUTOMATIC

5-seat Compact
or similar

CITROEN C4 CACTUS AUTOMATIC
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1887
Theft excess: £1887
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£156.76

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF

4-seat MiniElite
or similar

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1438
Theft excess: £1438
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£172.02

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Keddy by Europcar availability at LISBON DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

4-seat Mini
or similar

RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£75.70

PEUGEOT 108 5P

4-seat Mini
or similar

PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£78.74

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF

4-seat MiniElite
or similar

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1438
Theft excess: £1438
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£172.02

RENAULT CLIO 5P

5-seat Economy
or similar

RENAULT CLIO 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£81.40

CITROEN C4 CACTUS AUTOMATIC

5-seat Compact
or similar

CITROEN C4 CACTUS AUTOMATIC
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1887
Theft excess: £1887
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£156.76

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Lisbon for a 35 year old lead driver

Keddy by Europcar availability at LISBON AV. ANTONIO AUGUSTO

RENAULT TWINGO 3D

4-seat Mini
or similar

RENAULT TWINGO 3D
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£75.70

PEUGEOT 108 5P

4-seat Mini
or similar

PEUGEOT 108 5P
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£78.74

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF

4-seat MiniElite
or similar

FIAT 500 OPEN ROOF
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1438
Theft excess: £1438
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£172.02

RENAULT CLIO 5P

5-seat Economy
or similar

RENAULT CLIO 5P
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £854
Theft excess: £854
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£81.40

PEUGEOT 308 DIESEL

5-seat Compact
or similar

PEUGEOT 308 DIESEL
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £719
Damage excess: £1887
Theft excess: £1887
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£129.41

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