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Current offers Milan

Economy
Economy
e.g. Renault Twingo Or similar
Renault Twingo
from 4 $/day
Economy
  • All-round carefree package
Renault Twingo
from 9 $/day
Economy
  • Directly available
Renault Twingo
from 4 $/day
Economy
  • Without excess
Renault Twingo
from 9 $/day
Compact
Compact
e.g. Opel Astra K Or similar
Opel  Astra K
from 5 $/day
Compact
  • All-round carefree package
Opel  Astra K
from 10 $/day
Compact
  • Directly available
Opel  Astra K
from 5 $/day
Compact
  • Without excess
Opel  Astra K
from 10 $/day
Further vehicle classes
Intermediate
e.g. Peugeot 3008 Or similar
Peugeot 3008
from 8 $/day
Minivan
e.g. Peugeot 308 SW Or similar
Peugeot 308 SW
from 7 $/day
7 seater
e.g. Volkswagen Caravelle Or similar
Volkswagen Caravelle
from 29 $/day
9 seater
e.g. Fiat Scudo Or similar
Fiat Scudo
from 29 $/day
SUV
e.g. Opel Crossland X o simile Or similar
Opel Crossland X o simile
from 8 $/day
Convertible
e.g. Fiat 500 Cabrio Or similar
Fiat 500 Cabrio
from 20 $/day
Premium class
e.g. Fiat 500X Or similar
Fiat 500X
from 20 $/day
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Explore Milan and Italy with a rental car

Friedensbogen, Mailand

Arc of Peace, Milan

Milan is the ideal starting point for a trip through Lombardy by rental car. With 1.3 million inhabitants, Milan is the second largest city in Italy. Due to the high volume of traffic, you should always be alert when you are traveling by rental car. However, the outskirts of the world-famous fashion metropolis can be ideally explored by rental car. With our car rental check you can compare the offers of car rental companies in Milan and book a rental car online. Enjoy the advantages of independent travel and reach your destination quickly and easily.

Fashion metropolis Milan: Shopping in winter

Where can I rent a car in Milan?

Whether in the city itself, at one of the three airports - Malpensa (MXP), Linate (LIN) and Orio al Serio (BGY) - or at the central station, you will find numerous car rental companies. Depending on where you start your journey, you have many options available to you. Take advantage of DriveBoo and get a detailed overview of the providers and available vehicles.

Benefits of renting a car at the airport:

  • Competitively priced offers
  • Many different providers in one location
  • Higher availability of vehicles
  • Longer opening hours
  • No transfer to car rental necessary

Are there any toll roads in Milan?

In Milan, since 2012, there has been a city toll within the city ring "Cerchia dei Bastioni". A day ticket costs 5 euros. The fee is charged on weekdays between 7.30am and 7.30pm. Tickets are available at Milan's transport services outlets and newspaper and tobacco shops.

Where can I park my rental car for free in Milan?

In the city centre, parking is charged almost everywhere. It is free only within the white-marked parking zones. Blue parking zones are chargeable, yellow parking zones are reserved for residents with parking permits and pink parking zones are for pregnant women and people with children. Parking is prohibited on all of the black-yellow and yellow marked curbs.

What are the speed limits in Italy?

Type of road Maximum speed
Urban areas 50 km/h
Outside urban areas 90 km/h
Highways 130 km/h

In Italy, there are fewer traffic controls than in most Western European countries, but they still exist. In addition to the conventional speed controls, Italy has the so-called "tutor" control system, which determines an average speed with several measurements along the way. All of the measuring points are always marked. Exceeding the speed limits can be quite expensive. If you drive up to 20 km/h above the permitted speed, you will have to pay at least 150 euros and if you drive more than 50 km/h too fast, you can be fined over 530 euros!

Other useful information about driving a rental car in Italy

On the highway and outside urban areas, you must drive with your low beam or daytime running lights on at all times. If you are caught driving without your lights on, you will have to pay a fine of 41 euros. In addition, it is mandatory to carry a safety vest. In Italy, there are strict traffic rules and heavy fines. Therefore, it is advisable to always follow the guidelines closely.

Do I have to pay a higher deposit in Milan?

It is the norm all over the world to pay a deposit before you drive off in a rental car. Compared to other countries, deposits in Italy are very high. A deposit of €2,000 for a compact car is not uncommon. You must therefore present a valid credit card at the time of hiring—this will be charged the amount of the deposit. Make sure that the credit limit of your card is sufficient to cover the deposit. Examine the car carefully during the pick-up and have every scratch confirmed in writing. This is the only way to prove that you have not caused any damage when returning the car.

Including an additional driver for a rental car in Milan

Option Zusatzfahrer: so macht Urlaub doppelt Spaß

Additional driver option: making vacations twice as much fun

If you plan to share the driving between two of you, it is necessary to register the additional driver. You can do this online or on site. Otherwise, your insurance would only be valid if the registered driver was behind the wheel. Many car rental companies include an additional driver for free. Sometimes a small fee is charged. An online comparison is definitely advisable.

With the additional driver option you will have twice the fun during your vacation in Milan!

What phone numbers should I know while driving in Italy?

Emergency situation Phone number
Police, Fire department 112 / 115
Ambulance 118
Breakdown service 803116

What are the best highlights of Milan?

Mailänder Dom

Milan Cathedral

Bosco Verticale, Mailand

Bosco Verticale, Milan

  • Duomo di Milano
  • Duomo Rooftops
  • Bosco Verticale
  • Arce dela Pace
  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
  • Giardini di Villa Reale
  • Navigli district
  • Palazzo Reale
  • Castello Sforzesco

Excursions with a rental car in the surroundings of Milan

While the best way to explore Milan's historic centre is on foot, it is well worth renting a car in order to take a trip around the city's surrounding areas. You can, for example, go for a swim to Lake Como, nestled between the high mountains of the Alps. The enchanting city of Verona, known as the setting of Romeo and Juliet, is also an ideal trip destination. Another exceptionally beautiful spot is the hilltop town of Bergamo, east of Milan.

Destination Distance with a rental car Time
Lake Como 53 km 60 min
Verona 160 km 120 min
Bergamo 51 km 60 min

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