Car Hire Milan Linate Airport

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/12/2018-18/12/2018 at Milan Linate Airport

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Milan Linate Airport

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Mo-Su 0700-0000
Address
Milano Linate Aeroporto - Viale Enrico Forlanini 86,
20090


Telephone: +39 02 70200256

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Hertz at Milan Linate Airport

Organise your car hire from Linate Airport at our airport branch as you arrive and you'll soon be on your way. The drive to Milan city centre should take no more than 15 minutes and hiring a car from Linate Airport is the best way to get around on your trip. There are an inexhaustible list of activities in Milan to keep everyone occupied and interested. If you have a car at your disposal, you can explore the whole of the Milan area, as well as head out into the wider region of Lombardy to get a slice of authentic Italy.

Sorting car hire from Linate Airport allows you to maximise the time at your disposal during your trip to Milan. Hiring a car from Linate Airport enables you to travel more broadly as well as exploring the city of Milan itself. If you have been drawn to Milan for the fashion, head to the compact Rectangle of Gold – a square which manages to contain most of the couture Milan has to offer, with big names like Armani, Prada, Chanel and Missoni ready for you to peruse. After your shopping spree, stop at one of the many cafes in the city for a proper Italian espresso; people-watching over coffee is practically compulsory here.

If you're looking for a slice of culture and art during your trip, then head to the church of Santa Marie delle Grazie where you can see one of the most famous pictures in the world – Leonardo da Vinci's ‘The Last Supper'. Be sure to reserve your viewing slot ahead of time to avoid disappointment. Football lovers should head to the San Siro stadium where you can catch a game; two of Italy's biggest football teams – AC Milan and Inter – have their home here in the city.