Car Hire Milan Linate Airport

Arrange a cheap car rental Milan Linate Airport deal in advance to secure the best price possible.  Whether you’re traveling abroad for a calming break, an action packed holiday or are visiting buddies and loved ones, arranging car hire is generally one of the points you’ve got to tick off your list prior to your departure. In total there are eleven Linate rentacar firms, even though just four of them are located within the terminal building.If you are traveling with kids or the elderly, its preferential to choose one based within the terminal for comfort and ease. The other firms can be reached by way of a free shuttle bus.

For a weekend away certain to stimulate all your senses, Milan is certainly the destination to go to. Full of breath-taking architecture, sumptuous food, fine wines and soft silk garments, the joie de vivre of the Milanese is infectious and just under two hours away by plane from Ireland and the UK. As the closest airport terminal to the town centre, Linate Airport is just four miles away making it the most practical option for individuals wanting a city break.

Although there are eleven rental vendors in total, you can compare the prices of all of them with just a single click using our cost comparison booking engine. If you are preparing to do most of your sightseeing by foot then a Linate terminal Transfer is probably the easiest way of getting from the international airport to your accommodation. By booking in advance, a driver will meet you in arrivals and have you on your way without any requirement for queuing or hanging about. There are no trains from the airport terminal but there is a station in the centre which could be reached either by taxi or by any of the many local buses which also go to destinations further afield like Malpensa, Pavia and Brescia.

As its Italy, you can expect great meals and excellent shopping to begin the minute you set foot in the airport. The broad choice of shops tempt  you with leather goods, clothes, underwear, jewelery and perfume, as well as the normal duty free, newspaper and confectionery outlets. There is also a pharmacy should you need something to stave off any repercussions of over-indulging, a virtual certainty in Milan.

Should you somehow have room for more then there’s a restaurant serving great examples of local cuisine with a fabulous view looking out over Linate. Alternatively for more modest fare several cafes and bars provide lighter snacks and beverages. Should you need to confess your sins the chapel is located outside the arrivals hall and tourist info desks are situated on both floors detailing nearby attractions, shows and exhibitions.