Car rental Milan

Search, compare and book your rental car

Pickup location
 Different return office?
   I live in: United States
Compare car hire
Popular destinations: Rome, Milan, Catania, Olbia, Palermo, Cagliari, Naples, Bergamo
We compare rates from 800+ different supplier sites in more than 30.000 locations worldwide
Customers love us

Over 1 million customers trusted us to book the best car rental deal for them

Amend or cancel for free

Up to 48 hours before pickup

No extra fees

We don't calculate extra fees like credit card charges or reservation costs

Car rental Milan

Milan is the second largest city in Italy and a city of global presence in several areas. It is the capital of the region of Lombardy and only Rome is larger in it's country. Milan is one of the largest and most populous cities in Europe and Italy's major major economic powerhouse. Milan is ranked as EU'S 10th most important business and finance center. It is also ranked as the 7th best city in Europe in terms of touristic value, attracting foreign visitors mainly from the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the Netherlands.

Rent a car in Milan

Rental cars are popular in Milan. Not only to get around and explore the surroundings as in many other cities but also because of the large business center and high class. Supercars are no uncommon choice for visitors of the city. Despite the city's advanced public transport system, car rental in Milan is still a highly chosen means among tourists especially for exploring its beautiful suburban and outlying villages. When travelling in a rental car in Milan, try to avoid the rush hours during the weekdays in the city center. Make sure you book a GPS device with the car rental company to help you locate the city's one-way roads. Driving at night however is quite pleasant along with the calming traffic, so you can cruise around the city with numerous nightlife attractions. With car rental in Milan, you can easily reach its neighboring towns, as the city is conveniently accessible to various places by its multiple motorways. For example, you can rent a car and follow A8, the Autostrada dei Laghi (Highway of the Lakes) and drive to Lake Como, a beautiful lake with amazing surrounding. Or head to Monza, a medium size town that boasts the largest enclosed park in Europe, Parco di Monza. You can also take a leisure ride with car rental from Milan to Bergamo, a scenic town nestling in the foothills of the Alps, known for its artistic treasures and medieval touch.




Parking your rental car in Milan

Despite the grand size of the city and busy traffic, parking here is quite easy thanks to its abundant parking garages. Along the subway lines there are ATM's car parks, including Bisceglie - Molino Dorino - Lampugnano - Romolo - Sesto Marelli - S.Leonardo along red line MM1, Cascina Gobba - Cologno Nord - Crescenzago - Famagosta – Gessate along green line MM2, and S. Donato near yellow line MM3. These parking lots greatly facilitate travelers with car hire in Milan, as you can easily park your rental car here and take the metro to the center. As for street parking, you need to pay close attention not to park your rental car in front of drive ways and loading zones. The fines are hefty, and most importantly, you don't want your rental car in Milan to be towed away.

Sightseeing & activities

Italy is a country with many faces and it is said that Rome represents the “old” Italy, and Milan represents the “new” Italy. To name a very few of Milan's uncountable highlights: the Duomo, one of the grandest Gothic cathedrals in the world; the Pirelli tower, representing the 1960s modernist Italian architecture; Museo Poldi Pezzoli, one of Milan's most important and prestigious museums, containing one of world's richest private art collections; Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan's leading shopping mall located in a 19th century palace, representing upscale fashions. Take your rental caar with you so you don't have to carry your full shoppingbags everywhere.

Milan, a world leader in Fashion

Milan Fashion Weeks , where the world's leading fashion designers showcase their Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer collections across different venues; Festival of Sant'Ambrogio, in celebration of patron saint of Milan, featuring stalls selling antique furniture and handicrafts as well as traditional delicacies; The Salone del mobile (Furniture fair), representing products of over 3100 of the most dynamic, creative companies worldwide.
Tips and experiences for Milan

Our customers rated Milan with an average of 8.4 based on 9 ratings, and these are the most recent tips, experiences and highlights.

20-07-2017

says:
We spent a day at the Sforza Castle and found it rich and enjoyable. We visited the Fondazione Prada and the Observatory Prada Foundation. Both were interesting, more for the architecture itself rather than the post-modern art. We had fun walking along the canals, drinking up the local atmosphere. Plus we had some very good food at several restaurants. One in particular had some great seafood - an osteria called "Carbonaia Mare".
28-05-2015

says:
Fantastic icecream and pizza. Duomo is also nice and with lots of shops around.
27-05-2015

says:
do not use the airport taxis, pre arrange for better deal
13-05-2015

says:
Good place to go, avoid holidaycars.com
06-04-2015

says:
Milan is always perfect
05-02-2015

says:
Milan is great!
23-01-2015

says:
We did not go to Milan.
16-01-2015

says:
Didn't stay in Milan
10-10-2014

says:
Definitely go for an aperitivo in the Naviglio neighborhood!