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Perched just off Portugal's coast, Lisbon is gateway to Western Europe and has long been welcoming visitors to enjoy its charms. When you hire a vehicle with DriveNow, you've made the finest choice to make your way about this fine city.
The Portuguese city of Lisbon is Europe's westernmost capital, and it's also one of its oldest. Established well over 1,000 years ago in a country of which the borders have barely changed since 1297, Lisbon was gradually constructed by successive cultures to become the thriving city that it is today. Indeed, the various influences of the multitude of different peoples that have made Lisbon their home over the years are easily discernible, from awe-inspiring cathedrals, traditional townhouses and charming churches that make up the rich tapestry of this stunning city.
Lisbon is known as the 'City Of Light', and with good reason. The city averages 3,023 hours of sunshine per year, with summer temperatures hovering around the 26 degree Celsius mark. This shimmering light, especially when combined with the sapphire surface of the River Tagus which snakes its way through the city, creates a beautiful kaleidoscope of colours in an effect that is rarely seen elsewhere.
A visit to Lisbon will be one that that will linger in the memory long after you have left, and there is no better way to explore the city and its intriguing outskirts than by hiring a car with DriveNow, so pick up the keys and say 'bom dia!'
DriveNow have built a reputation so respected in the vehicle hire industry that we partner only with the most experienced names in the business - names that you can trust. We are proud to call Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise Europcar, Hertz and other Lisbon car hire companies our partners, working together to offer our customers the finest value-for-money deals possible. What's more, you can pick up your wheels at several convenient places across Lisboa - it's entirely up to you!
Lisbon is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites - the resplendent Belem Tower is one - but make the Jeronimos Monastery your first port-of call. It's here that you'll find the tomb of revered explorer Vasco de Gama, who was interred here in 1524. That's just part of the monastery's allure, however - those ornate cloisters are considered among the finest in the world, according to Go Lisbon.
If you feel like getting your art on, head on down to the Berardo Museum. Named for the Portuguese businessman that founded the establishment, you'll find a range of near-priceless modern artworks by household names including Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali within its walls - melting clocks aplenty!