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Hertz in Milan

Treasured architecture and magnificent art. Luxurious shopping and sumptuous food. The world’s style capital is truly a city for the senses.

Car rental in Milan allows you to explore it all at your own pace. You can see everything the city has to offer, as well as venture out into some of northern Italy’s most appealing towns or soak up the glamour of Lakes Garda and Como.

We have pick-up locations dotted across Milan, including at Milan Malpensa Airport, so you can collect your hire car and be on your way as quickly as possible.

Choose from a wide range of vehicles to find the best one for your trip – whether you’re here for business or leisure.

 

Hertz Milan Locations

Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal

Milano Malpensa Aeroporto - Terminal 1, , Malpensa 2000 Airport - FERNO (Varese)
+39-02-58581081

Milan Linate Airport

Milano Linate Aeroporto - Viale Enrico Forlanini 86
+39-02-70200256

Milan San Donato Milanese Via Londra snc

Via Emilia 14
+39-02-51800328

Milan Corsico IKEA-Via Marchesi 4

Via Marchesi 4
345-917-8870

Milan Via Spezia

Via Spezia 16
+39-02-89281044

Milan San Giuliano IKEA-Via Po 3

Via Po 3,
Sesto Ulteriano

+39-02-51800328

Parma-Via dell'Aeroporto 44

Viale Umbria 11
+39-02-545-60-49

Milan Linate Via di Novegro

Via di Novegro 49
3902-7020-0315

Monza-Via Bettola 6

Via Monfalcone 13
+39-02-99258050

Milan Certosa Viale Certosa

Via Giovanni Antonio Plana 27
39-02-39258199

Milan Central Railway Station Via Cappellini

via Cappellini 10, , Return: Via Cappellini 21
+39-02-66985151

Milan Carugate IKEA Via dell'Artigianato

Via dell'Artigianato 7
+39-02-92151732

Milan Rogoredo Railway Station NTV-Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83

Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83
+39-02-70200315

A quick guide to Milan

Milan Duomo

Milan is Italy’s capital of cool, an effortlessly stylish city filled with fashion, art, design and gastronomic delights.

But as well as being the birthplace of some of the world’s most iconic fashion houses, Milan is also home to some of history’s most important works of art and architecture.

City sightseeing

The jewel in the city’s architectural crown is the Duomo. Adorned with more than 130 spires and 3,400 statues, this imposing structure is a Milan must-see.

Built over 600 years ago in pink Candoglia marble, be sure to check out the museum and organ housed inside. Alternatively, head to the terraces on top of the cathedral itself for spectacular views stretching across the city.

For something truly special, pay a visit to Santa Maria delle Grazie – the home of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper painting. Created between 1495 and 1498, you’ll need to book a tour to get a glimpse of this legendary work.

The extravagant Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a perfect fit for fashionistas and history lovers alike. The arcade houses some of the city’s most elegant stores, from Prada to world-famous hat-maker Borsalino. Even if you’re not buying, the window-shopping and people-watching alone are worth the visit.

Divine dining 

Eating out is one of the real delights of the Lombardy region, and Milan is no stranger to extraordinary food. For a taste sensation, visit the Michelin-starred Alice Ristorante for Mediterranean-inspired fish and meat dishes prepared to perfection.

Sampled the marinated mackerel, with grilled escarole, or an exquisite lemon flan that’s made to order. Other culinary highlights include Spontini Milanese Pizza, serving delicious slices of true Italian pizza and Asola with its gourmet Sunday brunch.

The majesty of the Italian Lakes

If you want to swap the buzz of the city for a more serene setting, jump in your hire car and head across to the Italian Lakes. Each has its own unique character and allure.

Lake Maggiore, just over an hour and a half away along the A8, has a certain grandeur that other lakes find hard to match, while Lake Orta, just down from Lake Maggiore, is arguably the most enchanting. Surrounded by hills and forests, it makes for a fun day out, plus the petite and pretty island of Isola di San Giulio is just a short boat ride away.

Neighbouring Lake Como is the region’s most glamorous lake. Surrounded by mountains, it plays host to fine hotels, brightly-painted villas and beautiful lakeside gardens.

The largest of the lakes – Lake Garda – is the perfect place to indulge in some water sports, relax on the beach or enjoy the local theme parks. It’s well worth branching off from Milan to spend some time touring around this majestic area.

Car hire in Milan is the best way to see more of this lively, ever stylish European destination. It will also give you the freedom to hit the open road and see more of this exquisite corner of Italy.

Driving in and around Milan

Lake Como

As in the rest of continental Europe, you’ll drive on the right in Milan. You’ll also need to carry some extra items in your car – including a reflective jacket, spare tyre and warning triangle. But don’t worry, we can help you with these.

It’s worth noting that there’s a daily congestion charge of €5 when driving inside Milan’s inner ring road – Area C. This is in place between 7.30am and 7.30pm Monday through to Friday.

If you’re collecting your hire car from the largest of Milan’s airports, Malpensa, you’ll find it’s about 50km north west of the city centre and just over an hour’s drive via the SS336 and A4 roads.

Linate Airport is the closest to Milan itself, about 8km due east of the city centre along the Viale Enrico Forlanini. It should be about a 30-minute drive.

Bergamo’s Caravaggio Airport (or Orio al Serio), is around 50km north east of Milan via the A4/E64 and it will take around an hour to drive into the centre of Milan.

Milan is perfectly located for exploring the Lombardy region and the Italian Lakes. Lake Como is just over an hour and a half to the north on the A9, while Brescia is an hour and half away east along the A35.

If you want to go further afield and enjoy an Italian road trip, you’ll find the famous city of Verona just a little over two hours away via the A35 and A4.

When driving in the region, make sure you pay close attention to the speed limits and are aware of any tolls – if you’re unsure, just ask a member of our team.

HERTZ MILAN LOCATIONS

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Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal

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

Phone:+39 02 58581081

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2400

Milan Linate Airport

Address:Milano Linate Aeroporto - Viale Enrico Forlanini 86

Phone:+39 02 70200256

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-0000

Milan San Donato Milanese Via Londra snc

Address:Via Emilia 14

Phone:+39 02 51800328

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

Milan Corsico IKEA-Via Marchesi 4

Address:Via Marchesi 4

Phone:345 917 8870

Opening hours: Mo-Su 1030-1930

Milan Via Spezia

Address:Via Spezia 16

Phone:+39 02 89281044

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

Milan San Giuliano IKEA-Via Po 3

Address:Via Po 3,
Sesto Ulteriano

Phone:+39 02 51800328

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

Parma-Via dell'Aeroporto 44

Address:Viale Umbria 11

Phone:+39 02 545 60 49

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

Milan Linate Via di Novegro

Address:Via di Novegro 49

Phone:3902-7020-0315

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

Monza-Via Bettola 6

Address:Via Monfalcone 13

Phone:+39 02 99258050

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

Milan Certosa Viale Certosa

Address:Via Giovanni Antonio Plana 27

Phone:39-02-39258199

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

Milan Central Railway Station Via Cappellini

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

Phone:+39 02 66985151

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

Milan Carugate IKEA Via dell'Artigianato

Address:Via dell'Artigianato 7

Phone:+39 02 92151732

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

Milan Rogoredo Railway Station NTV-Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83

Address:Via Gian Battista Cassinis 83

Phone:+39 02 70200315

Opening hours: Mo-Su on request