Car Hire at Milan Bergamo Airport
This information is correct as of June 2015
Whether you want to shop ‘til you drop for designer labels in Milan, celebrity spot in Lake Como or get away from it all in Monza, you can find the best car hire at Milan Bergamo Airport with Skyscanner. Check out our guide for things to do in Milan.
Where to hire a car at Milan Bergamo Airport
There are eight car hire companies with desks at Milan Bergamo Airport: Sixt, Maggiore Rent, Enterprise, Hertz, Europecar, Budget, Avis and Auto Europa . All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.
Petrol stations near Milan Bergamo Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
Luckily there are several petrol stations on the SS671, the southern part of the ring road the SS671 less than 4km away from the car rental park. From the A4, exit at Bergamo and take the last exit towards Milan and Lecco. At the next roundabout, go all the way around it and take the exit for the airport. Stay in the right hand lane and you'll see the petrol station come up on your right.
Driving around Milan Bergamo Airport
Milan Bergamo Airport is well connected to the region’s main roads. The A1, Autostrada del Sole (Highway of the Sun), links Milan to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. The A4 links the airport with Turin, the Westyern Alps and France while the A4 Eastbound, links the airport to Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Padua and Venice, and further to Trieste and Slovenia. The A7 links Milan with Genoa, the A8 links the city with the north and the lakes region including Lake Como while the A50, 551 and 52 create a ring-road around Milan.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Milan Bergamo Airport.
This vast, blue and beautiful lake nestled in the foothills of the Alps is a must for any visitor to Italy. Picture perfect villages of Como, Menaggio, Bellagio and Varenna line this spectacular natural wonder where walking, water-sports, eating and drinking are the order of the day.
It takes just under two hours to reach Lake Como from Bergamo Airport. Get on to the SS470 from the airport and follow signs for Como and Milano. Take the exit towards Terno d’Isola. Get on to the SP166 and exit on to the SS342 for Bergamo. Merge with the SP62 from where you take the Varenna-Menaggio ferry to Menaggio, and then follow signs to Lake Como.
This little pedestrian town is a world away from the buzz of Milan. A beautiful cathedral, Parco di Monza – is the largest enclosed park in Europe. There are plenty of Neoclassical treasures in the Royal Palace, while the Villa Reale, gives it a fairytale quality. Come here to eat, drink and relax among the locals.
It takes just 45 minutes to drive from Bergamo Airport to Monza. From the airport, take the SP116 then the third roundabout exit to the SS470. Exit on to the Raccordo Autostrada which is a toll road and continue straight on. Take the ramp for Milano. Merge with the A4 toll road and exit towards Sesto, eventually merging with the SS36 towards Monza.
Milan is Italy’s powerhouse city. Grand gothic cathedrals and Da Vinci’s La Scala Opera hark back to the glory days of the Roman Empire, while today Milan sparkles as the fashion capital of the world with iconic designer labels at every turn. It also has a nightlife to match. Glitzy bars and glamorous hotels, fine dining, spectacular galleries and museums, sultry operas and outdoor music are the epitome of Italian pleasure.
It take an hour to drive from Bergamo Airport to the centre of Milan. From the airport take the SO116 and follow it to the SS470. Take the roundabout exit for the Raccordo Autostrada toll road and continue until you see the exit for Milano. Merge onto the A4 toll road and follow signs for the city centre.
On-street parking in Milan is charged from Monday to Friday between 8am and 11pm – depending on the zone, but certainly in the centre of the city. The parking rate is €1-1.40 per hour for unlimited duration. There are also long stay car parks in Milan which cost from €5 for the first two hours then €1.50-2.00 for the next hour. Park and Ride offers a cheap way to see the city with parking close to the MM1 and MM2 metro at a rate of €2.10 per day or €6.20 per week. Some hotels in Milan also offer free parking.
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