The car rental counter for Dollar Milan Malpensa Airport is located in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1.
Customers wishing to make a reservation prior to their arrival at Malpensa Airport should either telephone the service team on tel +39 02 5858 1048 or visit the company’s website at http://www.dollar.com, where enquiries and reservations can be made.
Dollar cars with smaller engine sizes include the 2-door Mini class Smart For Two, an automatic transmission vehicle with air conditioning that is perfect for Milan’s busy traffic and lack of parking space.
The Economy class vehicles from Dollar Milan Malpensa Airport offer great value for money to Milan visitors. Available as either a 2-door or 4-door model, cars like the Peugeot 107 seat up to 4 passengers and can accommodate up to 3 large suitcases. Featuring manual transmission and air conditioning, the Economy range cars from Dollar are perfect for short excursions into the lovely Lombardy region in Northern Italy.
Compact class vehicles from Dollar car hire Milan Malpensa Airport include cars like the popular Nissan Micra, which seats up to 5 passengers and accommodates 3 large suitcases in the boot. Mid-size vehicles from Dollar include 2- or 4-door versions of the Citroen C3 Picasso, a perfect choice for families, as these cars seat up to 5 passengers and have room for 5 suitcases, too.
Dollar’s Standard and Full-size vehicles are ideal for business travellers, who need greater engine sizes for sales trips taking them across Northern Italy and to the Italian-Swiss border. Elegant, sporty and reliable, these two categories include the Lancia Delta and the Peugeot 5008 station wagon, both of which seat 5 passengers and have room for 5 suitcases, too.
Standard vans and people carriers from Dollar Milan Malpensa Airport have an automatic transmission, air conditioning and plenty of space. Seating up to 9 passengers, the Mercedes Benz Vito for example is perfect for a camping trip to Italy’s Great Lakes.
Dollar car hire Milan Malpensa Airport allows customers unlimited mileage with every rental, an ideal scenario given how much there’s to see and do in the Lombardy! From the splendour of Milan’s famous art collections and museums to the natural beauty of the vineyards, lakes and rivers, rolling hills and pre-alpine mountains, the Lombardy is one of Italy’s most fascinating regions.
With affordable car hire from Dollar excursions to historic cities like Brescia, Mantua, Pavia, Como, Maggiore, Lecco or Lodi are enjoyable and convenient, as there’s no need to negotiate ticket prices at the train station in central Milan or to test one’s Italian language skills on the driver of a coach.
Armed with a quality tourist guide book and some maps - not to mention a convenient satellite navigation system from Dollar Milan Malpensa Airport’s service team - the Lombardy opens up its treasure trove of picturesque villages, ancient cities and more castles, palazzos, religious monuments like cathedrals, monasteries and churches.
For hikers, cyclists and climbers the Bergamasque Alps around the city of Bergamo, a 45 km distance from Milan, are a perfect destination to try out their skills and stamina. As part of the Central Eastern Alps the Bergamo Alps, as they are also known, stretch between the two gorgeous lakes at Como and Iseo.
The Pizzo di Coco is the highest peak at 3,052 / 10,014 ft. above sea level, but there are plenty of less intimidating summits beckoning novice climbers and hikers, such as Monte Toro (2,524 m/8,281 ft.) or Pizzo dei Tre Signori (2,554 m/8,380 ft.) for example.
Hikers can try out their head for heights on various mountain passes, such as the Passo di Val Morta for example, which grants access from the Valle Seriana to Sondrio via a foot path, at times reaching spine-tingling heights of 2,601 m/8,534 ft. Slightly less scary and certainly less exhausting is the road that passes between Bergamo and Morbegno, traversing the snow-capped peaks at a more modest height of 1,985 m/6,513 ft. on a proper road rather than a narrow trail.
The scenic drive along the San Marco Pass presents panoramic views over Val Brembana and Valtellina in the Prealpi Orobie at every turn. The pass is a favourite with ambitious cyclists, because the San Marco Pass is a true challenge for mountain bikers and as such formed part of the Giro d’Italia challenge in 2007.
For more information about Dollar car hire Milan Malpensa Airport, please visit the company’s website at http://www.dollar.com, where the service team will be happy to deal with your reservation or enquiries.