Car Rental Milan Malpensa Airport

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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment feesWhen the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Milan Malpensa Airport-Terminal 1

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Mo-Su 0700-2400
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Milano Malpensa Aeroporto - Terminal 1,
21010
, Ferno (Varese)

Telephone: +39 02 58581081

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Hertz at Milan Malpensa Airport

Fast-paced, forward-thinking and fashionable, it’s no wonder Milan is one of Italy’s most popular destinations. It may well be synonymous with high-end designers and couture stores, but there’s far more to the capital of the Lombardy region. 

We have multiple pick-up points across the city including one conveniently located at Milan Malpensa Airport. So, as soon as you arrive you can get on the road and start discovering this beautiful Italian region.

To avoid any delays, browse our cars online before you travel. There’s a wide range to choose from, including both automatic and stick shift vehicles to suit your needs.

In the unlikely event you find Hertz car rental in Milan Malpensa Airport for a cheaper price, our best price guarantee means we’ll match it and refund the difference. There are also no hidden extras to pay – the price you see is the price you pay.

Driving in and around Milan

With a cosmopolitan atmosphere and culture wherever you look, Milan is one of Italy’s most refined and graceful cities. Renting a car is the perfect way to see the very best of the area and to explore the surrounding region at your own pace.

Milan Malpensa Airport is located an hour outside the city. To reach the center of Milan, leave the airport via the SS336, then take the E62 and it’s a direct route in via the A8. Both the airport and the city are well connected, so it’s a great place to start.

Before you get behind the wheel, note that there are tolls on many major routes in Italy. Speed limits in the area vary from 80mph on highways to 30mph in towns, so keep an eye on the signs for guidance.

Like many major Italian cities, there’s a ZTL – zona traffic limitato – in the center of Milan during the week, so be aware if you’re planning to drive in. Only residents can drive inside these zones, and fines are expensive. If your hotel is inside a zone, contact them and they’ll arrange access for you. You’ll find many parking lots around the city, allowing you to see the main sights with ease.

If you take the E62 from the airport and then join the E64, it’s an hour and 20 minutes to Bergamo.In this enchanting medieval city you’ll find the ancient hilltop Città Alta town overlooking the modern Città Bassa below.

Join the A8 from the outskirts of the city and then follow the A9 to idyllic Lake Como, situated at the foothills of the Alps. The breathtaking views overlooking the sparkling waters make it a real favorite among A-listers.

Drive along the A4 and it’s just over two hours to Turin. One of Italy’s most unsung cities, it’s a little off the tourist track but, with a majestic skyline, it’s well worth the journey. Those with a sweet tooth will be happy to learn that this is Italian capital of chocolate and also the birthplace of Nutella.   

A quick guide to Milan and beyond

Elegance and sophistication flow through the streets of Milan, also known as the European capital of fashion and design. Situated just a short distance from the Alps and the border with Switzerland, landing at Milan Malpensa Airport means you’re well-placed to discover this fantastic part of Italy.

Admirable architecture

Art and architecture sit side-by-side in this city, each stunning work or building as impressive as the last. First, make your way to Piazza del Duomo and gaze up in awe at the third largest Catholic church in the world.

This impressive Gothic cathedral, which took almost six centuries to complete, was first built in 1567 in a baroque style and has incorporated a number of other decorative styles over the years. Get up close to admire the beautifully sculpted statues and spires. There’s certainly plenty to see - this building has more statues than any other on the planet. At the highest point you’ll see the golden Madonnina lady glistening in the sun. 

Milan is also the home of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper. It’s preserved in the Cenacolo refectory, at the Santa Maria delle Grazie church. Due to the fragility of the work, you can only enter in small groups of 30 people for a maximum of 15 minutes. 

Explore beautiful Lake Como

Take a peaceful, scenic drive towards the Swiss border and, at the foothill of the Alps, you’ll find the tranquil escape of Lake Como.

As you drive in you’ll see mountains towering over lush greenery, flecked with colorful flowers which lead down to the sapphire blue waters of the lake. Overwhelming with its natural beauty, it’s clear why this destination is so popular with stars including George Clooney and Madonna.  

The picturesque villages that surround the lake are straight from the pages of a fairytale.Wander the cobbled streets and you’ll see Gothic architecture and colorful buildings. Each and every village surrounding the waters, from Como to Menaggio, is unique and well worth a visit.

The lake itself is a hive of activity, from canoeing and kayaking to boat trips. Back on dry land you can still get involved, signing up for the thrilling experience of zip lining.

Step back in time

In medieval Bergamo, age-old, hilltop streets are surrounded by miles of Venetian walls. In this ancient upper town called the Città Alta, you can gaze over the more modern Città Bassa which sits below. These partnering areas have been connected by a funicular mountain railway for more than 120 years. From the comfort of your carriage, you can enjoy sweeping views right across the Lombardy region.

This city is the birthplace of one of the world’s greatest opera composers, Donizetti. You’ll find the home of this 19th-century musician in the upper Città Alta area, marked by a marble plaque. Learn more about his life at the Museo Donizettiano museum, and visit the Donizetti Theatre to see some of his best pieces performed.

Collect your rental car from Milan Malpensa Airport and the whole of northern Italy is yours to discover.