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    7 Seater Car Hire Portugal

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    Portugal is a heritage seafaring nation with abundant cultural attractions. The Torre del Belem in Lisbon is one of the best known sights in Portugal and commemorates its past. The tower sits beside the River Tejo in the district of Belem. The UNESCO listed Hieronymites Monastery is one of several other tourism draws in the district. The central Bairro Alto District is lively and packed with bars and eateries.

    Minibus hire has recently been added to the services provided by MPVRentals.com, the response has been good with a high demand for multi-seater cars that will seat 7,9,10,12 or 14 passengers, so please book well in advance.

    We keep adding new partners which in turn leads to a larger fleet of vans and some great deals on mpvn hire in the Portugal

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    Recommended drives in Portugal

    South to the Algarve with a car rental passes the fantastic Southwest Alentejo and Vicentine Coast Nature Park where isolated beaches ringed by majestic cliffs are a true delight. Historic Faro is the Algarve’s hub town and an ideal base for trips to Sagres, the amenities at Vilamoura and scintillating Albufeira.

    North of the Algarve, the Monchique Mountains offer a breath of fresh air from hot summer’s days. The range is shrouded with forest and plantations. The views from the peaks of Picota and Foja and a dip in the spa waters at Caldas de Monchique attract visitors from afar.

    Oporto is at the heart of the northern Costa Verde coastal region. After visiting draws in the city such as its lovely botanical gardens and Old Relacao Prison, beaches at Fao and Moledo are heavenly places to sit and chill.

    Best time to visit Portugal

    Due to its clement weather, Portugal can be visited at any time of the year. Even in December and January, temperatures rarely drop below 14°C and there is plenty of sun. Summers are hot, yet on the coast this is eased somewhat by sea breezes.

    Driving in Portugal

    Portugal has a fairly good road network. There are motorways between the major cities. Drivers are required to pay tolls on some of them. Inland roads meander through picturesque terrain and are not congested. The legal blood-alcohol level is 0.5 mg/ml for drivers.

    Speed limits:
    Urban areas: 50kph.
    National highways: 90kph.
    Motorways: 120kph.

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