Car Rental Milan

Starting from
$20 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/26/2018 - 12/03/2018 at Milan
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Hertz in Milan

In the heart of Lombardy, Milan is perhaps Italy’s most modern city. That’s not to say it’s without its history, but few places in the country are as cutting-edge or forward-thinking.

Milan is a place of fashion and sophistication, of designer labels (both for clothes and furniture) and elegance. It’s also a place where they love to eat – after all, this is Italy.

With plenty of pick-up locations in Milan, including one at Milan Malpensa Airport if you’re arriving by air, we’ll get you on the road as smoothly as possible. Whether it’s a business trip or a vacation that brings you to Milan, we’ve got a great range of cars to make sure you have a fantastic trip.

Pickup Locations Milan

  • Milan San Donato Milanese-Via Londra snc

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1230 1400-1830, Sa-Su closed

    Address: Via Emilia 14

    Phone: +39 02 51800328

  • Milan Malpensa Airport-Terminal 1

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2400

    Address: Milano Malpensa Aeroporto - Terminal 1, , Malpensa 2000 Airport - FERNO (Varese)

    Phone: +39 02 58581081

  • Milan-Via Spezia 16

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1230 1400-1900, Sa 0800-1230, Su closed

    Address: Via Spezia 16

    Phone: +39 02 89281044

  • Milan Central Railway Station Via Cappellini 10

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-2000, Sa-Su 0800-1800

    Address: via Cappellini 10, , Return: Via Cappellini 21

    Phone: +39 02 66985151

  • Milan Linate Airport

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-0000

    Address: Milano Linate Aeroporto - Viale Enrico Forlanini 86

    Phone: +39 02 70200256

  • Milan San Giuliano IKEA-Via Po 3

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 1000-1300 1500-2000

    Address: Via Po 3,
    Sesto Ulteriano

    Phone: +39 02 51800328

  • Parma-Via dell'Aeroporto 44

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1300 1400-1830, Sa 0830-1300, Su closed

    Address: Viale Umbria 11

    Phone: +39 02 545 60 49

  • Milan Linate-Via di Novegro 49

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1900, Sa 0800-1300, Su closed.

    Address: Via di Novegro 49

    Phone: 3902-7020-0315

  • Monza-Via Bettola 6

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1400-1830, Sa-Su closed

    Address: Via Monfalcone 13

    Phone: +39 02 99258050

  • Milan Certosa-Viale Certosa 22

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1400-1900, Sa 0830-1230, Su closed.

    Address: Via Giovanni Antonio Plana 27

    Phone: 39-02-39258199

  • Milan Carugate IKEA-Via dell'Artigianato 7

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 1000-1300 1500-2000

    Address: Via dell'Artigianato 7

    Phone: +39 02 92151732

  • Milan Rogoredo Railway Station NTV-Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83

    Opening hours: Mo-Su on request

    Address: Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83

    Phone: +39 02 70200315

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Driving in and around Milan

Como Lake, near Milan, on a sunset with the Alps in the background

Milan has great connections to the rest of the country. You can use it as the perfect base for exploring Italy’s lakes, Cinque Terre with its lovely fishing villages, and the lesser-explored areas of Lombardy.

Our staff can help you with the ins and outs of driving in Italy. There is a congestion charge in force in the center of Milan itself – you’ll have to make an advance payment before you head into this restricted area, known as Area C, during weekdays.

Parking in the city center for free can be a challenge, so look out for blue lines where you can pay to park or the numerous paid parking lots.

If you plan to explore more of Italy, you’re in the ideal spot. The autostrade (toll roads) fan out from here to cover many of the great cities. The A1 links you with Rome and Florence, while the A4 leads to Venice and Verona.

The gorgeous lakes of Italy – Lake Como, Lake Lugano and Lake Garda to name just three – are only a short drive away. Head north from the city on the A52, E62 and then A9 to reach Como, and you can then continue on to Erba and Bellagio. If you stay on the E62 north-west, you’ll reach the wonderful Lake Maggiore.

If you’d like to take in another great coastal city, head south-west to Genoa on the A7, which culminates at the Ligurian Sea. Drive west on the A4 for Turin, or east on the same road for Brescia and Lake Garda. Car rental in Milan makes it easy to check off all these Italian hotspots and more. 

Speed limits in Italy range from 50km/h (30mph) in built-up areas to 90km/h (55mph) outside. Highways usually carry limits of 110km/h (68mph), rising to 130km/h (80mph) on freeways. Limits are reduced in wet weather.

A quick guide to Milan

Duomo Cathedral

Milan does a fantastic job of keeping the old and new worlds in balance. It may be home to Old Masters, but its significant redevelopment has made it a city of stunning modern architecture, and the home of numerous global tech companies.

Fashionable Milan 

Even outside of its world-famous fashion week, Milan likes to dress well. You can shop for couture and major labels here – and there are few better places to do that than at the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II on Piazza del Duomo. Built in 1877, the arcades are covered with iconic glass and cast iron roofs. It’s a place to see and be seen.

Gaze up and around Milan’s most modern architecture and you’ll see that its passion for design isn’t confined to clothing. The Rem Koolhaas-designed Fondazione Prada has a gold leaf-clad four-storey tower, while a 115ft water tower La Torre Arcobaleno has been turned into a riot of color in Porta Garibaldi.

In Porta Nuova, look out for the Bosco Verticale, a tower that combines residential homes with terraces planted with vivid foliage.

Nowhere is past, present and future so perfectly fused than at the Museum of Science and Technology. Climb into a helicopter flight simulator and see models inspired by the sketches of Da Vinci, as well as the very first Italian submarine – which now even has a virtual reality element. Full of interactive exhibits, it’s great for both kids and adults.

Sample the Last Supper

You’ll need to reserve tickets in advance to see Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper, tucked away in the Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie, but it’s an absolute must when in Milan.

Walk on to the Duomo di Milano, the largest church in Italy, and be wowed by its Gothic splendor. Work began on it in 1386, but it wasn’t actually completed until as recently as the 1960s. A picture of pink Candoglia marble, the outside is punctuated with 3,400 statues and 135 spires.

The inside is also to be reckoned with, with a vast stained-glass window in addition to sculpture and works of art spanning the entire history of its construction.

Make a meal of Milan

Once again you’ll find a great balance of classic and contemporary when dining in Milan. The luscious yellow of Risotta alla Milanese, given its hue by saffron, is essential, as is the veal cutlet fried in butter called a Cotoletta.

The former is rarely cooked better than at Ratana on Via Gaetano de Castillia. There’s a good reason some people call chef Cesare Battisti the ‘King of Risotto’.

In the Fondazione Prada, American film director Wes Anderson was given free rein to design his own café, and Bar Luce is the result. He drew on Milanese landmarks for inspiration, while fans of his movies will spy elements of his trademark style and quirky touches – right down to a Steve Zissou pinball machine.

An old city with a new heart, Milan is a memorable place to visit. Car rental in Milan will also allow you to get out to the host of picturesque locations just a short drive away, places such as Lake Como and the grand city of Turin.