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We make it easy to compare prices on car hire in Milan — in one simple search, we show you all the cars available on your chosen dates. You can then filter the results to show the cars best-suited to your needs and preferences. Our experts deal with national and international car hire brands (such as Europcar, Hertz and Locauto) to bring you the cheapest deals across a wide range of cars, including convertible cars, luxury vehicles and people carriers. Search Rentalcars.com next time you’re looking to rent a car in Milan, and choose from one of the many downtown pick-up locations (including the train station).
Suppliers like Enterprise, Locauto and Firefly often have special offers on their cars, so you get an ‘extra’ included in the price — such as a free additional driver or a GPS.
Of course, there’s more to value for money than freebies; you want to be sure you’re hiring with a trusted company who can offer a great rental experience. To assist your decision, we show customer ratings and reviews next to each car — giving you access to honest, impartial advice. Don’t forget: if you book a car with a full-to-full fuel policy (there are plenty of cars with this policy in Milan), you won’t pay any extra fuel charges as long as you refill the tank before dropping the car off.
Como: Situated on the edge of Lake Como, the town of Como is brimming with breathtaking natural beauty — making it a great place to visit if you want a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of Milan. For stunning views, take the funicular railway up to Brunate (a hillside village), and admire the stunning scenery that surrounds you. Make sure you spend time exploring Como’s narrow streets and attractive piazzas, and then enjoy a leisurely stroll along the lakeside promenade.
Bergamo: Just an hour’s drive from Milan, the idyllic city of Bergamo is set at the foothills of the Bergamo Alps. The city has two very different halves: the ancient ‘Upper Town’ (a walled, hillside area with a maze of medieval streets) and the modern ‘Lower Town’ with plenty of shops and restaurants. There’s a funicular railway connecting the two, so you can easily explore both parts of the city.
Parma: Parma is a foodie’s paradise — famous for its ham and cheese, the city is a great place to enjoy a gastronomy-filled day out. One of Italy’s most wealthy cities, Parma is home to one of the oldest universities in the world. While exploring the cobbled streets, you can also expect to see plenty of Romanesque, Renaissance and Neoclassic architecture.