For Vespa lovers

AlegriaRide Rent a Scooter Lisbon and Porto have a special gift for the Vespa lovers all over the world.
The new LML 200 with a manual gear shift will make the Vespa revivalists enjoy the city with a classic touch of style!

AlegriaRide with style
AlegriaRide with style

The iconic model from Piaggio was produced in India, where a partnership was created between the Italian producer and Lohia Motors. This partnership ended in 1999.

In 1993 Lohia Machinery launched their first LML, the Star. Replica of a Vespa. and continuously introduced innovation in terms of engine.

The LML 200 4T Manual is a stylish scooter for the ones who want displacement power, substancial engine power and style too!

Today we are proud to be the only rent-a-scooter in Porto and Lisbon which has this model available for rent!

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The 200 4T Manual gear shifter

So what are you waiting for? Don’t waste any more time and book your LML 200 now!

Do not forget you need a “A” motorcycle driver’s licence for this model (as well as for any model above 125cc)

Enjoy the Ride!

AlegriaRide Rent a Scooter – Lisbon & Porto

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300 PROMOTION PORTO>LISBON!

300cc PROMOTION PORTO>LISBON!!

 

25,00 eur. per day! Including helmet, lock, insurance & unlimited km’s!

No tricks! It is a real promotion! You can now rent a scooter in Porto and return in Lisbon… with AlegriaRide!

This time is a 300cc Sym ready to drive!

Here are the specifications of the scooter: Sym Citicom 300

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Sym 300 Citicom AlegriaRide Rent a Scooter

This scooter is designed for the road.

In between Porto and Lisbon you have around 300 Km’s of beaches that you can explore down the N109, or if you prefer you can drive down the old N 1 the road that used to connect Lisboa and Porto before the highways.
Driving south, the first city you will find is Aveiro. They call it the “Portuguese Venice” because of the canals that go into the city. It’s a town with history related to salt making on its lagoons, and it has some really nice coastline with yellow, blue, green and red houses (Costa Nova houses)
Then further south, you can choose to drive on the N1 and see Coimbra. The third oldest University in Europe. The city of students, gets a lot of events and it’s the best chance to see the unique academic traditions!
BatalhaAlcobaça and Nazaré are three names that you might want to investigate too. In my opinion, specially Nazaré. It’s a fishing/surfing town that still keeps traditions. Batalha and Alcobaça are becoming a mandatory stop too mainly because their religious architecture Mosteiro da Batalha and Mosteiro de Alcobaça, two remaining of the Romanic style in Portugal. And also the proximity to Serra d’Aire Natural Park nice landscapes.
But if you are more interested in nightlife, beach, surf, VolksWagens’s parked on the cliffs with a nice town vibe, my favourite is Ericeira, about 40 Km North from Lisbon.