Car rental from Milan
Car rental from Milan Malpensa Airport
Planning a trip to Northern Italy? Milan Malpensa Airport is ideally located between the city of Milan and the lakes of the North. Car rental from Milan Airport will make your trip more convenient, as you can quickly drive to places such as Lake Como and Lake Maggiore. Renting a car from Milan Malpensa Airport will give you an array of opportunities when it comes to touring the city and the breath-taking scenery of North Italy. At Skyscanner Israel, we’ll find the best car rental from Milan Airport deals for your dates of travel.
If you wish to book a car rental from Milan Malpensa Airport, you’ll find the following companies in the arrival hall of Terminal 1: Sicily by Car Auto Europa, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europcar, Gold Car, Hertz, Lucauto, Maggiore, Win Rent, Thrifty, and Sixt. In Terminal 2 you can find Avis, Budget, Europcar, Sixt, and Lucauto. To be able to show you unbeatable offers on car rental from Milan Airport we have partnerships with top car rental brokers such as [Argus Car Hire](https://www.skyscanner.co.il/car-rental-with/argu/car-rental-with-Argus Car Hire.html), Economy Car Rental, Holiday Autos, Rentalcars.com, and Vehicle Rent.
Gas stations at Milan Airport
Esso Station is located on Via Don Giuseppe Selva, 10km and a 15-minute drive from the airport, convenient for those who approach the airport from the north. For those approaching Milan Malpensa airport from Milan, the nearest gas stations are Esso Stations on Via Verdi Giuseppe, 15 minutes away or Viale Lombardia, 18 minutes away. Make sure to return the car with a full tank if your agreement has “full-to-full” fuel policy to avoid any additional charges and fees.
Getting to your destination with a car rental from Milan Airport
The SS68 is the main road leading out of Milan Malpensa Airport. The road leads to the A8 highway to Milan city center, 50km away. The A8 is a toll road as all autostradas in Italy. Although you can use a route which avoids the tolls, the highways are often quicker and congestion free. Payment for the tolls is made in cash or credit card when you exit the toll through the booths.
Milan - מילאנו
Known as the style and fashion capital of the world, Milan has a lot to offer. Here you can find anything from designer labels to many must-see attractions such as Milan Cathedral, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Castello Sforzesco, Sant Ambrogio, Piazza del Duo, Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan Archaeology Museum.
Pick up your car rental from Milan Malpensa Airport and drive 50 km to Milan. It takes around 50 minutes to drive via the SS336 and A8 toll road. Driving in the city center can be complicated due to the city’s narrow lanes and pedestrianized areas. Some parking spaces are available on the outskirts of the city, but if you are looking to park closer to the center, we’d recommend searching a hotel with guests parking.
Como - קומו
Close your eyes and think of a town that is a gateway to a beautiful lake by the Alps. Now open it and book a car rental from Milan Malpensa Airport so that you can drive to the town of Como. You can find here many churches, museums, gardens, and theatres.
It takes 45-50 minutes to drive from Milan Malpensa Airport to Como, a 52 km drive on the A36 and the A9 toll roads. You’ll have no problem to find on-street parking in Como, especially around the temple and the stadium. Some of the Como hotels also offer parking spaces for the guests.
Varese - וארזה
Many of you know Varese from the iconic basketball game vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv. But this city, situated at the base of the Alpine Foothills, offers its visitors stunning scenic landscapes, ten lakes and breath-taking nature in the mountains. Drive your car rental from Milan Malpensa Airport to Varese, it’s a 40 km, 35-minute drive to Varese via the SS336 and the A8. The route via SP18 is shorter, 25 km, but the duration is similar. Parking is available in the town of Varese, some of which is free.
This information is correct as of November 2018