Sixt Expands in Portugal

Photo courtesy of Sixt
Photo courtesy of Sixt

Sixt has added three new franchise locations in Portugal to extend its network of sites.

Up until now, Sixt had only been present at Lisbon Airport. Now customers can rent vehicles at Sixt’s new station in downtown Lisbon.

Additionally, Sixt is offering its rental services in the regional centers of Funchal on the island of Madeira and in Porto.

All of the new stations are easy to reach by foot, public transport, or car, according to the company. There is parking available at each location. Customers can choose from a luxury fleet of saloons, sports cars, and compact vehicles.

“The expansion of our presence in Portugal is a sign of how successfully we have been working with our outstanding franchise partners there,” said Detlef Krehahn, senior vice president at Sixt International Franchise. “Our downtown stations offer customers lots of extra flexibility and convenience because they can use the Sixt rental vehicles they want, and our other high-end mobility services, to facilitate a relaxed holiday or their next business trip without depending on when they might be arriving or departing at the airport.”

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