Car Rental Milan Linate Airport

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$22 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 10/22/2018 - 10/29/2018 at Milan Linate Airport
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Milan Linate Airport

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Milano Linate Aeroporto - Viale Enrico Forlanini 86,
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Sophisticated Milan may be famed around the world as Italy’s fashion capital, but scratch beneath the surface of this elegant city and you’ll find a treasure trove of cultural gems. Da Vinci masterpieces hang in churches, art deco architecture lines the boulevards and restaurants dish up lip-smacking Milanese delicacies.

A rental car from Milan Linate Airport will allow you to make the most of your time in northern Italy. Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we offer a quick and easy rental process that means you’ll soon be on your way to exploring the very best of this incredible city. Our collection point is right at the heart of the airport, easily accessible from the arrivals hall.

Browse our available cars ahead of your trip and find the perfect one for your trip. With everything from compact city cars to spacious SUVs, there’s something for everyone among our range.

Driving in and around Milan

Nestled a few miles east of the city, Milan Linate Airport is connected to the surrounding area by the SP14 highway. This road will lead you west into the city center in under 30 minutes.

The very heart of the city, where you’ll find the pink-tinged Gothic cathedral and the main shopping district, is covered by a Zona Traffico Limitato. This restricted traffic zone means you’ll need to park and explore by foot or risk a fine.

Parking lots are dotted all around Milan, with on-street spaces available too. If, however, your hotel is within the Zona, you can contact them to arrange access.

If you’re planning to explore further afield during your time in Italy, Milan has excellent road links to many other cities and towns in the northern part of the country.

Picturesque Como on the southern edge of Lake Como is just over an hour away if you drive along the SP35. Enjoy views across the glittering lake as you explore the historic center of the city.

Sirmione, on the banks of Lake Garda, takes a little longer to reach via the A4 and A35 but is worth the trip to experience its beauty. Meander past colorful houses on your way to the town’s castle, surrounded by the emerald waters of the lake.

Romantic Verona is 90 minutes away if you take the A4 and A35. Here you can see the magnificently preserved 1st century amphitheater and enjoy sweeping views of the city from the top of the Torre dei Lamberti.

The A4 can also take you Venice on the east coast in two hours and 30 minutes. The City of Canals is like no other place on earth – explore the maze of waterways and bridges and you’ll come across mesmerizing architecture such as the dazzling Basilica di San Marco.

Like most other countries in Europe, Italian drivers use the right-hand side of the road. The speed limit varies dependent on the type of road you’re using. On freeways, known here as autostrade, the maximum is 80mph (130km/h), which drops down to 56mph (90km/h) on local roads and 30mph (50km/h) in urban areas.

While the autostrade are often the quickest way to explore the country, they’re toll roads so you’ll have to pay to use them. 

A quick guide to Milan and around

Home to Italy’s iconic fashion brands and two of the world’s most famous soccer teams, Milan is a popular destination for visitors travelling to northern Italy. This city is understated though, with hidden gems to be found if you know just where to look.

Must-see sights

Make your way into the heart of Milan to Piazza del Duomo, home to the enormous Gothic duomo. Crafted from pink-tinged marble, the cathedral’s façade is jaw-dropping, intricately decorated with statues and spires.

Tear your eyes away from the eye-popping exterior and discover the epic nave, with soaring columns and colorful stained-glass windows competing for your attention. But the real magic can be found up on the rooftop terrace, where you can enjoy spectacular views for miles around, with the Alps visible on a clear day.

For art lovers, a trip to Santa Maria della Grazie is a must, as this historic church is home to one of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous masterpieces, The Last Supper. In order to protect what remains of one of the most iconic murals in the world, a limited number of visitors are allowed into the chamber at any time and tickets must be reserved in advance.

More of Da Vinci’s handiwork can be seen at Castello Sforzesco. This 15th century stronghold is home to a handful of museums, where you can see frescoes by Da Vinci and Michelangelo’s final sculpture Rondanini Pietà. Don’t miss the tour of the battlements, the views are exceptional.

Soccer and shopping

Home to two of Europe’s most renowned soccer teams, Milan is truly a city with sport in its blood. AC Milan and rivals Inter Milan both play at the majestic San Siro, the biggest stadium in Italy. Take the stadium tour and visit the onsite museum to learn all about the proud history of the two clubs. To truly experience the energy and atmosphere of the stadium, get tickets for a game while you’re here.

Milan may be famous for its soccer teams but it’s also Italy’s fashion capital. Wander along Quadrilatero d’Oro, the city’s luxurious shopping district, and you’ll find boutiques from Prada, Versace, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana lining the cobbled streets.

After a day of shopping and sightseeing, relax with a traditional Milanese meal. Italy might be most famous for pizza and pasta, but Milan is known for its diverse cuisine. Feast on dishes such as risotto alla Milanese – a simple rice dish with a delicious addition of saffron – or locally-produced veal cutlets, cotoletta alla Milanese, fried in butter.

Beautiful Bergamo

Among the Lombardy countryside you’ll find Bergamo, an ancient city on a hilltop set against the scenic backdrop of the Alps.

Spend your time in the enchanting Città Alta, the atmospheric old town. Stroll through the maze of medieval streets and look up to admire the centuries-old Venetian walls. With Renaissance-style squares, Gothic palaces and ornate churches packed into this part of the city, it’s a truly photogenic area.

Sip an espresso in Piazza Vecchia and enjoy the views of the three palazzos – Nuovo, Podestà and Ragione. Torre del Campanone is also tucked into the south-west corner – take an elevator ride to the top of the bell tower and drink in the incredible vista across the rooftops of the city.

From here you can easily seek out Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, an intricately-decorated 12th century church filled with tapestries and frescoes dating back to the 17th century.

Renting a car from Milan Linate Airport makes it possible to explore all these sights and more during your stay in this magical part of Italy.