Lovely car trip from Porto to Faro
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Lovely car trip from Porto to Faro

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Created: Thursday, July 7, 2022 - Departure: Monday, September 12, 2022
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463 €
Based on 2 adults
Created: Thursday, July 7, 2022 - Departure: Monday, September 12, 2022
Destinations: Aveiro, Lisbon, Palmela, Faro
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12 Sep
Car rental
Fiat 500
Centauro
A/C 3 doors 4 people
Fiat 500 or similar
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Manual transmission
Unlimited mileage
Extras: Pay at pick-up office 170,00 €
Oneway fee - 170,00 €
Driver age

Minimum 19, Maximum 99

Fuel Policy
Full to Full: Pick up and drop off with a full tank. If the car is not returned with a full tank, suppliers will charge fuel plus refueling charges.
General payment terms
Prepayment: Full rental price due at time of reservation. At pick-up a valid credit card in main driver's name is required as a guarantee. Prepaid or debit cards, such as Maestro, Visa electron, Visa Premier or Carte Bleue are not accepted.

Upon collection of the car a security deposit will be blocked on the driver’s credit card. This deposit is determined by supplier considering your selected car category. Please be informed that the value of one tank of fuel and possible traffic fines can be additionally blocked on your credit card. It is recommended to present a credit card with chip, pin code and embossed numbers.Estimated deposit amount:: EUR 1050.00

Theft protection
with excess up to 1,050 EUR
Collision damage waiver
with excess up to 1,050 EUR
Pickup

PORTO Airport (Shuttle) - Telephone: +35 121 130 3540

Rua Joaquim Alves de Sousa Moreira, 148

Opening hours:07:00 - 23:00

Once you have collected your luggage, come out of the arrivals hall and cross the first zebra crossing right in front of you and here you will find the Centauro shuttle bus to take you to our office located approx. 3 minutes from the terminal.
Dropoff

Faro Airport - Telephone +35 121 130 3540

Estrada Nacional 125, Km 99, Sitio do Arneiro

Opening hours:07:00 - 23:00

Temporary pickup instructions: Once you have collected your luggage, come out of the arrivals hall and turn left following the instructions to the Parking area P4. When you arrive at the P4 just on the right hand side is the Shuttle bus area and where the Centauro minibus will collect you to take you to our office. Previous instructions: Make your way to the Arrival Hall where a Centauro Rent a Car staff member will be waiting for you at the signposted MEETING POINT to escort you to the Centauro Shuttle Bus service.
12 Sep
1. Aveiro
Stay
About the city: Aveiro, just an hour north of better-known Porto, is a town of picturesque canals and a prosperous fishing industry. Bar and café crawling in Aveiro is nearly as popular as the beaches at San Jacinto or Barra, and the northern reaches of Aveiro’s lagoon. Aveiro's traditions are closely tied to the sea and to the Ria de Aveiro, a few canals cross the city, and in the neighbourhoods, most of their life is connected to the sea and lagoon. There are also tours of the canals and Ria de Aveiro, it is a very special way to enjoy the city. In much of the older part of town, sidewalks and squares are paved with calçada, traditional Portuguese hand-laid pavement, in intricate nautical patterns. The town's most attractive buildings date from the latter half of the 17th century. Aviero's Cathedral, Sao Domingos Church, was founded in 1423 and is best visited early in the day; it's a major attraction for tourists. Over the last few years, a massive restoration project has transformed the old fishermen's quarter, just off the main canal, into a delightful little area of small bars and restaurants. A central market square hosts live entertainment during the summer months. Aveiro is a surprisingly cosmopolitan fishing town on northern Portugal with a youthful, energetic buzz.
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13 Sep
Car journey 252 Kilometers - 2h 25m
Aveiro
Lisbon
13 Sep
2. Lisbon
Stay
About the city: Lisbon is known as the city of seven hills due to its location, the city spreads across steep hillsides that overlook the Rio Tajo. Romantic and cosmopolitan, the city presents its typical red roofs to the visitors that want to get to know its every inch. Lisbon surprises with its natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere. The Portuguese capital offers lots of museums, libraries, a huge port, churches and palaces and stunning views of the Rio Tajo Lisbon was considered a poor and chaotic city. Currently it has experienced a resurgence in the style of the XIV and XV centuries, when it was part of that vast empire stretching from Brazil to India. The reason for this was the World Expo held in 1998, a new bridge over the Tagus was built and the network of underground of the city was remodeled. The resurgence of the city then continued to host several matches during Euro in 2004, also held there the Delivery Music Awards (MTV) in 2005. Many of its most beautiful buildings date from the XIV and XV centuries, especially the ones located in the Belem district. There are also many buildings from the XVIII century, which are located mostly in the Baixa area of central Lisbon and were reconstructed almost completely after a devastating earthquake that hit the town in 1755. The historic center of the city, standing on Las Siete Colinas, presents steep streets and picturesque alleys. On the west side of the city, there is Monsanto Forest Park, Lisbon’s lung, with an area of 10 km and one of the largest in Europe. The capital’s majestic port has 3 docks commonly used for several cruises and it is, currently, the busiest port in the European Atlantic coast. Lisbon is a city with centuries of history and with an ambitious attitude, marrying the historic with the modern, the traditional with the cutting edge. Strolling through the old quarters one can hear the traditional Fado sung and played in small restaurants in town. In the hilltop district of Bairro Alto, dozens of restaurants and bars line the narrow streets, with jazz, reggae, electronica filling the air and revelers partying until dawn. Nightclubs scattered all over town make fine use of old spaces, whether on riverside docks or tucked away in 18th-century mansions. Lisbon presents itself to the world as a cosmopolitan and lively city, with alternative for every taste, especially in the summer months when its many bars, terraces and restaurants are crammed with people.
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15 Sep
Car journey 51 Kilometers - 42m
Lisbon
Palmela
15 Sep
3. Palmela
Stay
About the city: Palmela is a Portuguese villa belonging to the District of Setúbal, Lisbon region and subregion of The Peninsula of Setúbal with about 16,100 inhabitants. It is home to a municipality with 461.82 km2 of area and 62,831 inhabitants, subdivided into 5 freguesías.
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16 Sep
Car journey 243 Kilometers - 2h 17m
Palmela
Faro
16 Sep
4. Faro
Stay
About the city: The Algarve’s capital and largest city, Faro is the starting point for many northern Europeans’ holidays in the sun. Yet tourists have not overrun Faro, it’s a large city, and its marvellous beach, floating on an islet outside the town, help the jaded forget their lot. Despite being just the arrival point for many holidaymakers, with more than 300 days of sunshine a year, it's an enticing city-break destination in its own right. Faro's Old Town is a little gem. It's small, quiet and wonderfully atmospheric. The Cidade Vella is crammed with tourists and locals visiting the handicraft markets or just wandering around looking at the old buildings, many of which show signs of the city’s Moorish ancestry. Leading into Faro’s Old Town stands the Arco da Vila, a gate originally constructed as an arched gateway with a bell tower atop and a statue of the city’s patron saint, St Thomas Aquina. In the centre there is a beautiful square, Largo da Sé that used to be the Roman Forum. It's lined with orange trees and it is flanked by Faro’s Cathedral, the Bishops Palace and a 16th Century convent that is now the Faro Museum of Archaeology. Se Catedral, Faro’s Cathedral, dominates the Old Town. The original Gothic church was built in the 13th century, but was severely damaged during an earthquake. Only the tower and a doorway remains from that era and the temple presents today elements of different styles like Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. From the tower you can enjoy panoramic views of Faro and the coastline. Faro has a beautiful marina which lies just to the north of the Old Town and is probably the busiest part of the city. The city of Faro is a busy cosmopolitan centre, offering plenty of things to do, whether it's a wander around the shops, relaxing at one of the many pavement cafés, or visiting some of the historic places of interest, this city has much to tempt you off the beach.
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