With a hired car from Milan-Malpensa airport MXP you are on your way to the beautiful region of Lombardy in Northern Italy. Numerous lakes, mountains and the mild climate invite you to explore with a hired car. By booking your rental vehicle through the price comparison you can easily and conveniently choose your desired offer including additional services from the numerous car hire companies at the airport. Thus, nothing stands in the way of a relaxed journey to Milan!
Bosco Verticale, Milan
Shopping in Mailand
When the weather is at its best in autumn, many visitors are drawn to the Italian fashion metropolis of Milan. When you arrive at Milan Malpensa Airport, you can either hire a car or use public transportation. If you want to get to your destination quickly, it is best to take a hired car in Milan, so your autumn holiday can start right away. The temperatures in Milan are still very pleasant in September, October and November. You can take advantage of this to visit the most popular sights. Or do you travel to Milan for the fashion week in autumn? The Milan Autumn Fashion Week Milano Moda Donna takes place regularly in September. This is when the most important fashion designers in Milan set the trends for the coming season. And you can be there live. Alternatively, you can of course look forward to the summer sales and get the best bargains in Milan. Or you can simply take it easy, stroll through the streets of Milan and soak up the sun again. The evenings are best rounded off in a restaurant with a good glass of wine and Italian specialties. This is how autumn is fun.
If you would like to hire a car at Milan Malpensa Airport, the following car hire companies are at your disposal:
Many airlines fly from Germany, Austria and Switzerland to Milan and back. But also long-haul flights, such as to New York City are offered from Malpensa Airport. You can find a selection of airlines and their destinations in the German-speaking world here:
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The Malpensa Express express train leaves Milan Cadorna station every half hour to Malpensa airport. The journey takes about 40 minutes, tickets are available at the ticket machine or online. On the way the train stops in Milan-Bovisa, Saronno and Busto Arsizio. Members of the Lufthansa Miles&More bonus program can redeem their award miles for one trip or earn new miles by presenting their customer card. There are several shuttle buses to Milano Centrale station, such as the Malpensa shuttle, which leaves every 20 minutes. Taxi stands are located in the arrivals area of Terminal 1 at Exits 4 and 5 and in the arrivals area of Terminal 2.50 km from the centre of Milan, Malpensa Airport is easily accessible by hired car.
Free Internet access via WLAN available throughout the airport and can be used without registration. The speed is reduced to 512 Kbps, but there is no time limit. Discover the wide range of bars and restaurants at Milano Malpensa Airport. Many delicious refreshments and culinary delicacies whet your appetite! Terminal 1 offers you the most gastronomic offers, but you don't have to search long in Terminal 2 either. Shopping and last-minute shopping is also possible at the airport. There are branches of the well-known brands and designer labels as well as a Carrefour supermarket, kiosks and of course a Dufry duty-free shop.
Blick über Mailand
Milan is Italy's financial capital and, together with Paris, one of the world's fashion capitals. In the Middle Ages and early modern times, Italy's present-day economic metropolis was one of the most important trading and finance centres south of the Alps, alongside Venice and Florence. Since the Roman Empire, every era has left its architectural mark on the city. Under the influence of the Dukes of Milan, the city developed into a nucleus of the Italian Renaissance. The artist Leonardo da Vinci, who is regarded as the epitome of the universal genius, has worked here for a total of 25 years of his life. Some of his few surviving works can be found in the collections of various Milan museums. His mural "The Last Supper" in the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city's fashion and textile industry is world-renowned. Terms such as Milanese design and Milanese chic are regarded as trademarks for goods from the high-price segment. As a tourist destination, Milan is therefore particularly interesting for cultural and shopping tourism.