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Rent a car at Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1 with Europcar
Whether you’re flying to Northern Italy for business or pleasure, picking up a car rental from Europcar Milan Malpensa Terminal 1 will give you the freedom to tour the region with ease. Nestled next to the Ticino River and within easy reach of Milan’s city centre which is less than fifty kilometres away, this bustling travel hub is the perfect place to begin an onward adventure.
The Europcar car hire experience at Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1
At Europcar, we know that a safe, reliable and comfortable hire car will make your trip to Italy even more pleasurable allowing you to travel at your own time and pace. That’s why we offer an extensive fleet of vehicles from the compact and eco-friendly Peugeot 208 to the spacious BMW S2 Gran Tourer. Our premium range also includes models from well-known marques with the Mercedes-Benz C Class Station Wagon being a particular head-turner.
Whatever you opt for, book online using our three step booking process and be on your way as soon as you touch down.
Discover Milan and surroundings by car
While Milan is undoubtedly a fashionista’s paradise complete with haute couture labels and boutiques, you’ll find more than just high-end stalls when you venture to this world-famous Italian city. With a hire car you’ll be well-placed to visit top places of interest such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nascente commonly referred to as Il Duomo. This iconic structure dominates the skyline of Milan with highlights including the world’s largest stained glass windows in the nave.
Other unforgettable sites include the gothic brick church of Santa Maria delle Grazie where you’ll find da Vinci’s most-famous work, The Last Supper, decorating the refectory wall. Be sure to also pass by La Scala (Milan’s impressively picturesque opera house) as well as the Academy of Fine Arts which contains the Pinacoteca di Brera – one of Italy’s finest art museums. If you want to find out more about the ancient history of the area, the Archaeology Museum is also a hit with tourists and locals alike.
Should you wish to venture further out of the city and put your hire car to the test, Milan is well-placed for an onward adventure with Rome being just a few hour’s south of Milan Malpensa. You will also find Bologna to the south-east and Florence to the east.
Driving in Milan
When in Italy, always stay on the right hand side of the road unless you are overtaking and obey local signage. Traffic cameras are dotted around the city to prevent people from speeding and jumping traffic lights, so be aware of this as you navigate unfamiliar roads.
As a visitor, it’s worth keeping in mind that access to Milan’s city centre is limited by the Congestion Charge area (Area C) from Monday to Friday at varying times. To enter Area C, you must purchase a ticket in advance. For this reason, you may prefer to park on the outskirts of the city in a secured lot or a blue-lined bay and make use of the Milan Metro network. There are also tramlines to help make your journey as smooth as possible.