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Car Hire at Milan Malpensa Airport
Located 46km northwest of Milan and 50km from the Monza Formula 1 racetrack, Milan Malpensa Airport is the principal international airport serving Milan, Italy. When you are booking your Milan Malpensa Airport car rental through Nova, arrange it as far in advance as possible, not only to secure the best rates but to give yourself the best possible choice of vehicles.
Milan Linate is a smaller airport for domestic and European flights, and Bergamo - Orio al Serio is used by budget carriers.
Expo Milano 2015
Milan is always an exciting place to be, but the launch of Expo 2015 on May 1, 2015, marks the latest advance in the city’s progression on the world stage. Based on the theme “feed the planet,” Expo 2015 will explore how new ideas and established traditions can be combined creatively in an effort to address the complex issues of food and diet. Close to 150 countries are sending delegates to the exposition, with organisers predicting a total of some 20 million people visitors over a six-month period.
With crowds of that scale descending on the city and the surroundings during 2015, services such as accommodation and transport will be under more intense pressure than usual. With that in mind, you should arrange your car hire at Milan Malpensa Airport as far in advance as possible to ensure availability.
Whether you are in Milan for business or pleasure, be sure not to miss Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper (book well in advance!) or the Duomo,one of the largest cathedrals on the planet and the best place to view the city. Amble through the gracious Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and look at the opulent Teatro alla Scala, before stopping for refreshments at the lively Bar Brera and taking in the artistic treasures of the Pinacoteca di Brera.
The city of Milan never disappoints, so don’t be let down by your car rental: Hire your car at Milan Malpensa Airport with Nova today!
Images: Milan Cathedral by Italy Chronicle Photos & Ferrari in piazza Duomo by Filippo Salamone