Milano Malpensa Airport Car Rental
Milan Malpensa Airport is about 50 kilometres from Milan city centre and it is considered the main airport of the Lombardian chief town thanks to the presence of two terminals, one for international, national and intercontinental flights and one for low-cost flights.
Second, after Fiumicino, for passenger traffic, this airport was born in the early XX century and over the years it was increased till the last works made in 2015 in occasion of Expo; in the same year it has gained the award as “Best European Airport”.
Once arrived here, it could be necessary to rent a car at Malpensa Airport to travel through Lombardy, for business or for vacation. You can reach Milan taking the road SS336 ahead to the hub for highway A8 and from here, following the driving directions, you will directly get to the city centre.
Moreover, taking advantage of the comfort of a rental car, from this airport you can get to all of the main cities of North of Italy by driving through the roads A6 and A4.
Car Rent: pickup points in the airport
Milan Malpensa Airport has two terminals.
Terminal 1 was inaugurated in 1998 and hosts the flights of all the companies, with the sole exception of EasyJet, which uses exclusively Terminal 2.
When you rent a car at Milan Malpensa Airport on the website of RentalUp, you can find offers in the pickup points displaced in both terminals. Even though the two terminals are connected by a free bus, we suggest you to choose a pickup point in the same terminal of your flight.
Below you can find the list of the rental car companies which have a pickup point at Milan Malpensa Airport; all of them have their office inside the airport. You will not need to take the bus to get to the rental car desk.
Terminal 1: more flights, more offers
- Sicily by Car
From the Dome to Sforza Castle
When talking about Milan, you soon think to a dynamic, modern and laborious city, without taking in consideration the many historic and architectonic beauties, which indeed deserve to be discovered with particular attention.
The Cathedral is the undisputed symbol of the city! Its construction started in 1385 and went on through the centuries with many transformations. Madonnina, for instance, dates back to XVIII century and the frontal façade was ended in the Napoleonic era. It is one of the biggest churches in the world, enriched with 3400 statues, spires, stained glass windows and a polygonal apse.
From its terraces, which are reachable by lift, you can enjoy a stunning view over the city and the square which hosts also the Royal Palace, nowadays seat of expositions, and Arengario, which dates back to fascist era; now it is the seat of Museo del Novecento where you can admire the painting Quarto Stato by Pellizza da Volpedo. In front of the Dome, in direction of Via Cordusio, you cannot miss Piazza dei Mercanti with the typical exterior gallery and the XVII century building Palazzo dei Giureconsulti.
Sforza Castle was built by Galeazzo Visconti as a defensive building between 1360 and 1370 and then it was transformed several times until the current architecture. It hosts many interesting museums, Pinacoteca and Civiche Raccolte.
Vittorio Emanuele Gallery
Another symbol of Milan is the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, overlooking Piazza Duomo and connecting this latter to Piazza Scala.
Vittorio Emanuele Gallery is an elegant covered pedestrian street where you can find luxury boutiques, bookstores, cafes and restaurants and events are often organised here inside. The construction started in 1865 on a project by Giuseppe Mengoni and the king himself laid the foundation stone.
It is cross shaped and in the intersection there is the dome, also said octagon, under which you can admire four painted moons representing four continents. On the floor at the feet of the dome you can admire a mosaic representing a bull, on which, according to the tradition, you have to turn three times on your own heel for good luck.
Glimpses of Milan and the surroundings
Renting a car at Milan Malpensa could be necessary if you want to get to Milan or other cities such as Como; the airport is placed indeed in Somma Lombarda (a hamlet of Gallarate), in the Province of Varese, so it is about 45 kilometres far from the chief town. To gain comfort and time, you can book your rental car directly online, choosing among several offers the most convenient.
You can previously set the date and choose the type of vehicle which best fits your needs. Booking online you will also have the advantage to compare different options to take the best decision.
On RentalUp, in fact, you can match prices and features offered by several rental car agencies and so you can choose and book a vehicle avoiding bad surprises and wasting time and sparing money.
Moreover, renting a car at Milan Malpensa Airport could be useful, and sometimes necessary, for whoever wants to travel after landing here; to avoid to waste money, time and stress, the ideal solution is to formerly book your rental car online, choosing what is convenient for you.
Car Rental Service with no credit card at Malpensa Airport
Thanks to RentalUp, you can pick your rental car up at Milan Malpensa Airport, also if you do not have a credit card!
In a few minutes you can search and choose place, date and time of pickup. By applying the “without credit card deposit” filter, you’ll get a list of cars that you can rent with no credit card. Choose the one you prefer at the best price offered by one of the partners of RentalUp!
You can pay with debit card (Bancomat, Visa Electron, Mastercard Debit) or a prepaid card: the car rental service is affordable to everyone!