Car Rental Milan Airport
Sixt rent a car is located inside the Malpensa Airport inside terminal one making it easy to get a car. Sixt has over 100 years of experience of car renting so we have the experience to know exactly what you would like for your car rental. Sixt rent a car is located all over Milan with over 30 rental location in or around the Milan Area. Sixt also has some of the best rental cars to choose from no matter how many people you are traveling with. If you need a van for 9 people or a luxury convertible for two Sixt has it all. So when you are in Milano think of Sixt car hire
Milano Malpensa Airport "City of Milan" is the largest airport of Milan, northern Italy. The first industrial airport was opened in 1909. The civil flight airport was then opened in 1948, during war reconustruction, to serve the northern area of Milan. Until recently, it was a major hub for Alitalia, but now serves as a hub for long-haul flights and low cost carriers. Milan is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of Italy and a leading global city. The city is a major world fashion and design capital. Thanks to its important museums, theatres and landmarks (including the Milan Cathedral, the fourth largest cathedral in the world, and Santa Maria delle Grazie, decorated with Leonardo da Vinci paintings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site) Milan attracts more than two million annual visitors.
Lake Maggiore can be reached at just around 30 km distance. Different sights and touristic locations can be found in the surrounding areas to Malpensa Airport: Stresa and Isola Bella; Isola di San Giulio; Museo sul Sempione, property of a private antique collector where antique airplanes, tank engines, motorbikes and much more can be found. Castello d'Angera where the Doll Museum is located. A variaty of woods and mountains where long walks and mushroom or chestnuk picking can be part of a relaxing day in contact with nature. Mount Mottarone, at a few chilometres from Stresa, where skiing and other activities are available. The archeological sites of Sesto Calende and Golasecca. Sacro monte, in Varese.