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Location information for Milan

Car hire Milan
Car hire Milan

Milan is the financial hub of Italy and one of the biggest urban centres in the country. This cosmopolitan city offers tourists a fantastic range of cultural and artistic attractions. With your own vehicle you can get out of the city and explore the surrounding countryside and nearby Alps. Compare car hire and choose between ranges of vehicles, from luxurious cars to budget sedans.

Transport

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Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport are both excellent gateways to the city. It is easy to reach your hotel with car hire in Milan once you have arrived by air, bus or train. Within the city centre it is possible to get around on foot or by bus, but if you want to reach the myriad attractions outside of the city it is better to have your own vehicle.

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If you are planning a self-drive trip your itinery can include more than just Milan museums as you will be able to reach other areas such as Lake Como or Monza. Europcar, Hertz and Avis all have offices in Milan and accept bookings in advance. The earlier you make a rental reservation the more likely you are to lock in low rates.

Driving

The roads in and around Milan are in good condition and the A1 links the city to Bologna and Florence. If you drive along the A4 you can reach Verona and Venice. If you want to visit Varese you can use the A9 motorway. Traffic travels on the right side of the road and there are plenty of petrol stations in the city.

Things To See and Do

If you are using car rental in Milan you can visit Bergamo, where there are many fine examples of Renaissance architecture. Crespi d'Adda is a UNESCO World Heritage site situated outside the city. The beautiful wine region of Oltrepo Pavese is also worth a visit, even if you aren’t a tippler, at just 70kms away. The Italian Alps begin just north of the city.

Best Time To Visit

Milan is a year-round tourist destination with something to offer in every season. The weather is refreshingly cool during autumn and spring, which see fewer crowds. These shoulder seasons are ideal for a personal view of Milan. Temperatures drop sharply, sometimes to below freezing, during winter and there is usually rainfall or snow during this period. In summer, the weather is humid and many shops close during the annual holiday season.