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Any Airport Car Hire Portugal is offered cheaply through companies such as Thrifty car hire, Avis car hire, National car hire, Holiday Autos car hire, Europcar hire, Auto Europe car hire, Budget car hire, Hertz car hire and Sixt car hire. Any Airport Car Hire Portugal is extremely cheap, costing only 14 Euros per day on average, and not only do you get an unlimited mileage offer but also breakdown assistance and fully comprehensive insurance. All you have to do is choose the kind of car you want from the drop down menu on our homepage.

Cheap Car Rental Portugal

Some of the most popular Any Airport Car Rental Portugal vehicles we offer are prestige vehicles like the BMW 1 series, compact cars like the Ford Focus automatic, four by fours like the Suzuki Jimny soft top and multi purpose vehicles like the Peugeot 207 station wagon.

If you want a car with in built sat nav we have the Renault Espace, the Ford Mondeo and the Volvo S40 among others. Not only is Any Airport Car Rental Portugal ideal for customers on a budget but our vehicles are very safe and they come with fully comprehensive liability insurance which includes a collision damage waiver and a vehicle theft waiver.

For more peace of mind there is even an insurance option which allows you to reduce the vehicle excess right down to zero. That means that you can drive as far as you want at no extra cost and in the event that there is a mechanical problem with the car such as a flat tire we are on standby to help. Choose Any Airport Car Rental Portugal today to avoid missing out as we work on a first come first served basis.

Any Airport Car Rental Portugal also has vehicles for hire in the Portuguese island of Madeira, and the main airport there is called Funchal. Once you have chosen your car we can get back to you with an affordable quote.

Portugal General Information and History


The word Portugal usually brings to mind sunny, sandy beaches and luxury hotels, or the port wine, which has been produced for 400 years in the DOURO valley. In many ways the country, its people and its landscapes remain largely unknown.

Today, Portugal is the poorest country in Western Europe, but it had the first great European overseas empire. Prince Henry the Navigator inspired the great Portuguese discoveries in West Africa and beyond in the 15th century. Vasco da Gama sailed round Africa to reach India in 1498 and the Portu-guese were the first Europeans to reach China and Japan by sea. By 1550 they had claimed Brazil. Today, 200 million people around the world speak Portuguese.

Portugal has modern cities and ancient lifestyles. The hustle and bustle of the capital, LISBON, is a world removed from the oxcarts creaking their way up hillside tracks in the MINHO region.

In the north-east are the gorse-clad, steep sided valleys and mountains of Tras-os-Montes, cold and damp in winter, and still the haunt of wolves and wild boars.

The coastal plain of the north-west, with its woodlands of pine and eucalyptus, has a patchwork landscape of small fields of maize and beans, surrounded by arbours of vines. The grapes are used to make the sparkling white vinho verde wines.

The Douro River is the artery of port wine, the route down which countless barrels have been shipped. It runs from the steep slopes of the upper valley between the Spanish border and Peso da Regua, to the lodges at Vila Nova de Gaia, opposite OPORTO.

Moving south, across the MONDEGO river, are the high granite peaks and glacial valleys of the SERRA DA ESTRELA, Portugal's winter sports area. Farther south one reaches lands increasingly hotter and drier in summer: the vast expanses of the ALENTEJO, with its wheat fields and cork plantations.

High-walled towns such as EVORA, ESTRE• MOZ, ELVAS and Marvao stand on the skyline like guardians watching over the toil of generations of peasant farmers.

In the west, at the mouth of the TAGUS River, lies Lisbon, built on seven hills, surrounded by wealthy suburbs and the tourist haunt of the Serra da Arrabida and the Serra de Sintra.

The Alentejo continues to the hinterland of the ALGARVE, with its beautiful groves of almond, fig and olive trees. Here the climate is warm and equable even in winter. Along the southern coast of the Algarve are the old fishing harbours of PORTIMAO, FARO and Tavira - centres of an extensive tourist region along the sandy beaches washed by the Atlantic Ocean. The fishing fleets still operate, landing catches of sardines and tuna.

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