Last Updated: 14th December, 2017
Rent a Car in Milan Italy by comparing the Best Car Hire Rates from the leading car rental companies in Milan including Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Sixt, Thrifty and Europcar. We provide cheap car hire in Milan city centre Milan Linate Airport Milan Malpensa Airport - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Milano Rent A Car is available at the three airports, Train stations, bus stations and in Milan city centre. Choose from convertible BMW Mercedes, Renault and Volkswagen Golf. or from the compact and economy range, Ford, Peugeot, Fiat and Toyota.
you can rent a car from any of the following rental locations in Milan
Milan - Airport Linate LINATE AIRPORT - In Terminal
Milan - Airport Malpensa Milan Malpensa Airport,
Milan - Centra Train Station Stazione Centrale.
Milan - Fieramilanocity Via Alcuino, 16 Milan
Milan - Largo Augusto LARGO AUGUSTO,10 - MILANO,
Milan - Lorenteggio c/o Galba Viaggi - Piazzale Siena,
Milan - Melegnano VIA DELLA REPUBBLICA - Novegro Segrate
Milan - Piazza Armando Diaz Piazza Armando Diaz, 6, Milano,,
Milan - Pindaro Via Pindaro, 7/9, Milano, 20128
Milan - Porta Romana Via Calderon de la Barca 2, Milano,
Milan - Ripamonti VIA GIANFRANCESCO PIZZI 5,
Milan - Ripamonti Milan - San Siro Palazzo Congressi Milano
Milan - Via Galvani Via Luigi Galvani, 12, Milano, 20124,
Milan - Via Gluck Via Cristoforo Gluck, Milano, 20125,
Milan - Via Novara Via Novara 363/a
Milan - Via Vittore Via Vittor Pisani, 7, Milan
Milan - Viale Espinasse Viale Espinasse, 137, Milano,
Milan - Viale Sarca Delivery service from 5085,
Milan - Viale Umbria Viale Umbria, 19, Milano, Lombardia
Milan- Arese c/o CENTRO TECNICO FIAT V.LE LURAGHI SNC.
Opel Astra Convertible
Seats 4 passengers and 2 flight sized carry on suitcases. It is air conditioned and is ideal for families and couples.
The second largest city in Italy of Celtic origin, Milan is based in the Lombardy region. Despite its sultry summers and cold, rainy winters, Milan’s bustling atmosphere ensures it is an all-year-round city destination for tourists. The fashion and design capital of Italy, as well as home to two of the world's major football teams, A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano, there is also a lot more than just fashion week or sport on offer. Museums, shopping, historical sights, excellent food, a world-renowned symphony orchestra and musical conservatory - these are just a few of the delights waiting for visitors to this interesting and vibrant city. And there are also plenty of adventures in the locality, within easy reach.
There are a multitude of important museums, theatres and landmarks in Milan, such as the Santa Maria delle Grazie, a UNESCO World Heritage Site decorated with Leonardo da Vinci paintings, including the infamous The Last Supper. The Piazza del Duomo, Milan’s main square, is home to many of the most significant buildings such as Milan Cathedral, the largest and most important example of Gothic architecture in Italy and fourth largest cathedral in the world. The incredible Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery and the Royal Palace of Milan also stand here, providing a certain elegance and opulence, as well as Pinacoteca di Brera, the Castello Sforzesco and the world-renowned opera house, Teatro alla Scala.
If you would like to hear some music inside this incredible venue, make sure you book long before you travel as tickets are sold out well in advance. Visit the Brera Academy and district, a scientific and cultural centre complete with a library, an astronomic observatory and the botanical gardens, in which the Art Gallery and the Academy of Fine Arts stand side by side. If you love parks, Milan has over 47,000 hectares of gardens, woodlands and nature reserves.
The most notable parks are the set of adjoining parks in the western part of the city. Together, they form Parco Agricolo Sud Milano, wrapping the southern half of the city and connecting Ticino Park in the west to Adda Park in the east. Sempione Park is a huge public park containing a Napoleonic Arena, the Milan City Aquarium, an art exhibition centre and plenty of ponds; the perfect place to cool down in hot summers.
Pick up your hire car at Airport Malpensa and take short, winding back road trips to nearby towns such as Bergamo and Modena, to experience a slower pace of life and traditional local hospitality. Travel a bit further and you’ll hit Lake Como, a picture-perfect setting dotted with lakeside villages and towns, each different in their own way but equally pretty and welcoming. If you’re looking for romance, take a day trip to Venice to ride on a gondola, or drive to the Ligurian coast to witness the Cinque Terra; the five UNESCO listed fishing villages of this famed unspoilt area. Another option - if you would like to extend your holiday, see some gorgeous mountain scenery and soak up a completely different culture - is to take a road trip through the Alps to Zurich, Switzerland - a detour guaranteed to take your breath away. .
Situated at the foot of the alps, the ancient town of Bergamo is a stone’s throw from popular ski resorts in winter and the perfect choice for a get- away-from-it-all retreat in the summer months. With great weather year-round and the airport situated only three miles outside of the centre, this is an excellent choice for all travellers, whatever your budget.
The perfect base for exploration, relaxation or adventure, Bergamo boasts incredible renaissance and baroque architecture, plenty of sights of modern and historical importance and glorious countryside right on its doorstep. One of the main attractions is that this beautiful city is unique in its structure as well as its atmosphere. Made up of two separate towns - the città alta (upper town), surrounded by over 5km of 17th century protective walls, and the sprawling città bassa (lower town) - Bergamo is an exciting fusion of old and new, with surprises around every corner.
Bergamo is the ideal base for a variety of scenic drives. Situated on the fringe of the Alps, the city is less than an hours drive from the beautiful waterfront towns and villages of Lakes Como and only 26 miles from the fashion capital of Milan. There are plenty of road trip options for you to choose from; it’s just a question of deciding what you'd like to see. Pick your hire car up at Bergamo airport and take a spin out to see what the region has to offer. If you'd like some peace and quiet, try a trip to the lovely small village of Clusone; a traditional medieval village with plenty of charm and history