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Car Hire at Milan Malpensa Airport

Car Hire at Milan Malpensa Airport

Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) is your gateway to northern Italy. Milan is the country's second largest city, behind Rome, with the airport located just off the State Road SS336. Under two hours from the border with Switzerland, the airport is handy for both Italian city sightseeing and flying down the Swiss ski slopes.

What I need to know

At Holiday Autos, we compare car hire deals from more than 1,500 suppliers to find the very best Milan Malpensa Airport car hire contract for you. Whether you just want to drive a few miles or you want the freedom to journey all the way to southern Italy, we'll find you the perfect car.

Where to pick up my car

Milan Malpensa Airport car rental outlets are mainly located in the airport's Terminal 1, where you'll be able to collect vehicles from some of Europe's best car hire suppliers. Once you're behind the wheel, Italy - and indeed the rest of Europe - is your oyster.

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Where to go

Regarded as one of the world's fashion capitals, Milan offers luxurious shopping, European cafe culture that's perfect for people watching and stunning architecture. For a more serene atmosphere, Lake Como is 40 minutes from the airport by car, while lovers' city Venice is around 2.5 hours away.

Nearby Milan Malpensa Airport

Within three-quarters of an hour from Milan Malpensa Airport, you can be at Lake Como, one of Europe's most aesthetically-pleasing spots. This tranquil lake is set in the foothills of the Alps, but if it's another city you're looking to explore, Monza (50 minutes from the airport by car) is home to some breathtaking architecture, including a royal villa and gardens.

Longer drives

Fair Verona, the historic city where Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet met and fell in love, is an hour and 35 minutes' drive from Milan Malpensa. Meanwhile, the ancient city of Padua, where greats including physicians William Harvey and Andreas Vesalius, mathematician Copernicus and Casanova himself studied, takes two hours and 20 minutes to reach by car.

Eating and drinking

Italian cuisine is loved around the world, so while you're in Milan make sure to try dishes such as risotto, minestrone soup, sweet panettone and classic pastas including bolognese and carbonara in their original home, served in the traditional fashion.

Things to do

The imposing Gothic-style Milan Cathedral took almost 600 years to construct, so you should definitely go and give your admiration to this glorious architectural feat. Across town, Milan's breathtaking Sforzesco Castle, which dates back to the 15th century and was decorated by great Italian artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, is a must-visit.


One of the best sights in Milan is Leonardo's The Last Supper, among the world's most famous pieces of art. Housed in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, a trip to Milan would not be complete without losing yourself in awe at the sight of this monumental painting.