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These campervans are available at our local depot in Porto. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Porto
If you want to do a motorhome or campervan hire in Porto, we’re right there for you. If you’re arriving by airplane, you can either come directly to our depot or book our shuttle service and we pick you up at Sá Carneiro Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our Porto depot you can head back on your own or book our shuttle service back to the airport
Parking in the inner city for free is not easy. The best option is to park your rental campervan on Porto’s outskirts during the day and use public transportations (they’re pretty good). During the night (from 7pm to 9am) it’s free to park in the city centre.
In Porto, you’ll not find a camping site for your campervan, especially if you hire Indie Campers’ motorhome. But don’t worry! Near the city, especially right next to Vila Nova de Gaia’s beaches, you’ll find plenty of them, such as Parque de Campismo Salgueiros, Canidelo Camping or Parque de Campismo Municipal da Madalena.
A city bathing in history, with a culture and gastronomy almost as rich as its people’s strong charisma, the second most important city in Portugal can easily take the first place in your heart.
Passionate about the details of classic-yet-modern Lisbon? Wait till you see Porto, where similar details take incredibly-satisfying proportions. Yes, it’s true: in Porto, everything is bigger. The amazing food comes in huge servings (have you heard about “Francesinha”?), people’s sympathy is enormous and the places you’ll visit are going to surprise you BIG time. Visit one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world, Livraria Lello. Climb the stairs of the epic Clérigos Church and get a panoramic view of the city. Contemplate the architectural wonder that is Dom Luís I Bridge, especially if you take a boat tour along the Douro River. Don’t miss Porto’s modern side by going to a concert in the Casa da Música, nor the most historic side by visiting Porto’s Cathedral and Palácio da Bolsa. Heading out of the city and into the Douro Valley, tiled townhouses and rooftop terraces make way for quintas and terraced vineyards. Up north, the Gerês Mountains beckon, inviting you to hire a campervan in Porto and start an RV road trip where culture and nature blend into an adventure the size you’ll only get in Portugal’s Northern region.
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